Player ratings: Doncaster Rovers 2 Luton Town 1
Paul Goodwin gives his verdict on the individual displays in Doncaster Rovers'Â hard earned win over Luton Town.Â
Marko Marosi 6
His handling was solid throughout and he also punched well when under pressure. Good save from Grant's free-kick.
Niall Mason 7
Concentrated on doing the simple things well. A really consistent performer so far this season.
Joe Wright 7
Another impressive display from the young centre back. Won key headers all afternoon.
Andy Butler 6
Stood up to the physicality of Collins and made several importantÂ clearances.
Danny Andrew 7
Gave the side nice balance, showed excellent composure on the ball and got forward to good effect.
Herbie Kane 6
Typically busy in midfield but not quite up to his usually very high standard. Faded after a bright start.Â
Ben Whiteman 7
Took his goal very well and showed plenty of endeavour in the engine room. He's stepped up to the plate in that central position.
Matty Blair 8
Scored an absolute beauty and put a serious shift in for the team. Kept the ball well too.
James Coppinger 6
Neat and tidy without really penetrating in the final third. Switched to tip of diamond in second half and found more space.
Mallik Wilks 5
Went close with a second half curler but struggled to make any real impression on the game.Â
John Marquis 6
Worked as hard as ever but didn't quite have the rub of the green and gave the ball away a few times.Â
ALFIE MAY 6
Positive impact from the bench. Ran the channels, caused problems and harried defenders.
JERMAINE ANDERSON 6
Did more in 15 minutes than he did for an hourÂ against Blackpool. Got into good advanced areas and covered plenty of ground.
PAUL TAYLOR N/A
Replaced Coppinger for the last ten minutes '“Â not enough to really get into the game.
James Shea 6, Jack Stacey 6, Dan Potts 6, Sonny Bradley 6, Matty Pearson 6, Glen Rea 6, Jorge Grant 7 (Aaron Jarvis 85), Pelly Ruddock-Mpanzu 7, Harry Cornick 6, James Collins 7 (Eunan O'Kane 76), Elliot Lee 8. Subs not used: James Justin, Alan McCormack, Andrew Shinnie, Harry Isted, Alan Sheehan.