ADVER Sport assess the performances of the Swindon Town players following the club's 2-0 defeat to Blackpool.

Lee Camp: 5

Town’s stopper was caught in no man’s land for the first goal. He didn’t have any real saves to make otherwise.

Paul Caddis: 5

Caddis made some good runs forward throughout, but his crossing wasn’t brilliant. Subbed.

Akin Odimayo: 6

His pace was an asset against a speedy Blackpool forward line. One who could hold his head up high.

Anthony Grant: 6

Grant did well to contain Yates for the most part. His tackling and commitment were again excellent.

Ellis Iandolo: 4

Iandolo was partially at fault for both goals and spent too much time whinging at the officials throughout.

Dom Thompson: 5

Another game where he did one thing well and another poorly. He is taking his time learning the wing-back role. Subbed.

Matty Palmer: 6

Palmer was starved of possession but rarely gave the ball away when Town did recover it.

Jack Payne: 6

Another one who spent most of his afternoon running. He would have been rewarded with a goal if not for a superb save by Chris Maxwell.

Jordon Garrick: 7

Garrick was easily Town’s biggest threat. He was direct and made a few good crosses for his teammates.

Scott Twine: 5

Twine barely touched the ball all afternoon. Not really his fault, but a pretty ineffectual day at the office.

Brett Pitman: 4

Pitman was presented with two or three really good chances, and rather unusually, he made a real mess of all of them. A really poor afternoon for the veteran striker.


Tyler Smith: 5

Clearly short of match fitness, the loanee will want the end of the season to hurry up. He has not excelled under John Sheridan.

Joel Grant: 6

Grant improved from an underwhelming display against Bristol Rovers without creating much of note.

Hallam Hope: 6

Hope won a few headers and generally made a nuisance of himself near the end.

Jonathan Grounds: 6

Grounds got stuck in straight away and appeared hungry to take his chance in defence again.