Here is how we rated Rovers’ individual performances at Sixfields. Let us know what you think on Twitter @FreePressRovers.
1. Joe Lumley 6
Did not have a tremendous amount to do but was strong in the air and held a decent shot from Harry Smith in the first half.
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2. Joe Wright 8
Switched back out to right back in a significant bit of tinkering from Darren Moore. He defended very well and took opportunities to get forward when required, including putting in a strong block challenge to set up John-Jules’ goal. And he forced the second by continuing his run into the box.
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3. Tom Anderson 7
Commanding and dominant as ever at the back, dealing with the physicality of the hosts and plenty of crosses into the box. He helped upped the tempo of the play out from the back more than in recent games.
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4. Andy Butler 8
Did not look as though he had missed a beat as he made only his second appearance of the season at the age of 37. Strong and commanding at the back and dealt with the runners well. Organised those around him.
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