Lawrence Vigouroux: No exaggeration to say he had virtually nothing to do and his most exacting action daw him race to the bench to celebrate the second goal. 7.5

Ben Purkiss: Occasionally caused problems by Randall but part of a visiting backline that largely kept Rovers under wraps. 7.5

Olly Lancashire: Dealt with the threat of Doidge well and on hand to provide the game’s decisive moment. Booked. 8

Chris Robertson: Could perhaps have been expecting more threat from the home side, but what he did, he did capably. 7.5

Chris Hussey: Will be disappointed with some of his deliveries and hobbled off after an unsuccessful second-half free kick. 7.5

Kellan Gordon: Not as prominent as against Stevenage but knocked in a couple of crosses that he could have expected more to be made of. 7.5

James Dunne: Outshone in the tackling department by Rovers’ Traore but was on hand in a defensive capacity when needed. 7.5

Timi Elsnik: Always looking to make something happen but it didn’t quite come off for him on this occasion. 8

Paul Mullin: A busy first half in which he fired a couple of balls in low. Faded a little after the break but always willing. 7.5

Keshi Anderson: Living off scraps in truth but always offered himself and his run and shot won the corner that led to the first goal. 8

Luke Norris: Had the game’s gilt-edged opportunities and cut a frustrated figure – with himself as much as anything - when he was replaced. 7.5


Kaiyne Woolery (for Gordon 62): Couldn’t really make the impact he would have liked but added some pace to the game upon his arrival. 7.5

Matty Taylor (for Hussey 77): One assist, one goal. You can’t really ask much more from a substitute. 8

Harry Smith (for Luke Norris 81): Brought on to do a similar job to the man he replaced, but got little change out of the Rovers defence. 7.5

Subs not used: Reice Charles-Cook, Amine Linganzi, Donal McDermottt, Kyle Knoyle.