Mallik Wilks gets close attention during the win over Peterborough United
Here is how we rated their individual performances.
Had a quiet afternoon in the main and then produced a sensational stop when he needed to springing superbly to keep out Ruben Lameiras shot. Composed and disciplined display at right back. Did his best to get forward and stuck to the task defensively. Slotted in seamlessly for the injured Tom Anderson. A composed presence at the back producing two very timely interventions in both halves. Another commanding display by the consistent centre back. Made a couple of vital interventions during the second period. Scored a freekick for the second successive home game and went about his left back duties with plenty of confidence. Not at his best but kept things ticking in midfield before being replaced by Beestin. Superb on his return to the side as he offered energy and vision in abundance from the deep-lying midfield position. Relished playing further forward and capped an impressive performance with a cracking finish. Bright on the ball, particularly in the first half when Rovers passed it with plenty of verve. Showed plenty of maturity to fill in for John Marquis in the central striking role. Held it up well and used his physicality to good effect. Drifted into space on the right and played some excellent balls into the box before making way for May. Stretched Plymouths backline with his determined running. Should have scored after being sent clear by Kane. Showed plenty of enthusiasm when he came on in midfield. Replaced Coppinger for the last ten minutes but could not get into the game.