Adver Sport hand out their verdict on Swindon Town's 2-1 defeat at home to Coventry City. 

Lawrence Vigouroux - 7.5

Not much the Swindon stopper could have done about either goal, but looked a little less assured than normal.

Ben Purkiss – 7

A solid if unspectacular game from the defender who did well up against Jodie Jones.

Chris Robertson - 6.5

Lucky not to give away a penalty in the first half but rallied well in the second despite pressure from the away supporters.

Olly Lancashire -7.5

Another one who didn’t have a standout game at the heart of Town’s defence. Tried his luck upfront late on.  

Matt Taylor – 6.5

Struggled at left-back in the opening 45 minutes of the game, however was far more reliable in the second period and distributed much better.

James Dunne -6

Was having a good game before the sending off, which eventually saw the game slip away from the hosts.   

Timi Elsnik - 7.5

The Derby loanee is still growing into the team and produced a decent display alongside Dunne. Subbed.

Kellan Gordan – 8

Was a constant threat and gave good width to Town’s attack, his cross lead to Town’s strike. Subbed.  

Paul Mullin – 6.5

Not the greatest game from the striker who didn’t really make his mark on proceedings. Subbed.

Keshi Anderson – 7.5

Showed flashes of what he is capable of and could have been on the scoresheet early on. Booked.

Luke Norris - 8.5

Again, Town’s best player, worked hard and scored a fantastic goal. Booked.

Amine Linganzi (for Elsnik 66’) – 6

Didn’t really have much of an impact but was always going to struggle with Town being outnumbered in midfield.

Harry Smith (on for Gordon 81) – 7

Made a real nuisance of himself during the time he was on and it often took two defenders to compete with his presence.

Donal McDermott (for Mullin 59’) -7

Did himself no damage with his showing from the bench and put in a shift following Dunne’s dismissal.

Unused substitutions:

Reice Charles-Cook, Kaiyne Woolery, Matt Preston and Kyle Knoyle