ADVER Sport assess the performances of the Swindon Town players following the Robins’ 6-0 victory over Crawley Town in League Two on Saturday.

Murphy Mahoney: 7

Probably the least comfortable he’s looked in a handful of games this season, but if that’s the worst he’ll play – Swindon will be delighted. A couple of good saves and a first clean sheet to boot.

Remeao Hutton: 7

Slightly quieter than usual going forward as others took over attacking responsibilities, but he’ll be happy with a clean sheet – even with Crawley’s lack of threat – plus his last-minute assist.

Udoka Godwin-Malife: 7

Due to Crawley’s lack of profligacy up front, Godwin-Malife wasn’t really stretched defensively. He seemed to pop up in a few unusual positions too while still offering quality.

Tom Brewitt: 8

Brewitt continued his run of excellent performances by regularly nipping in front of the strikers to steal possession back while starting off attacks efficiently. Very little to find fault with.

Frazer Blake-Tracy: 7

Blake-Tracy avoided a booking for the first time this season! He was dominant in the air and was also not particularly tested by Crawley’s attack. Subbed.

Tariq Uwakwe: 8

Uwakwe took his chance at left wing-back by providing an assist and playing in a decisive and confident manner throughout. If he can gradually improve his fitness, as Flynn said, he will be an ideal option to compliment his opposite wing-back.

Saidou Khan: 8

The Gambian international celebrated his latest international call-up by dominating the midfield and anchoring Swindon’s attacks. Claimed an assist for Young’s first goal. Subbed.

George McEachran: 7

McEachran was combative and hoovered up plenty of mess when the ball was turning over. He enjoyed a pretty good game overall, it was just that others stood out more.

Dan Kemp: 9

Scorer of the first and assistant to a couple of Young’s goals. Kemp could have scored a hat-trick himself while laying on one or two more goals for others if not for a couple of poor choices. But he was generally absolutely excellent and is proving to be Swindon’s key man. Subbed.

Charlie Austin: 7

Austin pulled Crawley’s defenders all over the place so that Young could have his day in the sun. I’d still like to see him move in between the posts a bit more. Subbed.

Jake Young: 10

It honestly did not look like he’d ever miss. The power and finishing prowess he showed was off the charts. A dream day for the Bradford City loanee. Subbed.


Tyrese Shade: 7

After missing with two earlier attempts, Shade took the chance for his goal supremely well. That will hopefully give him a confidence boost after returning from injury.

Liam Kinsella: N/A

Came on too late to receive a rating.

Harrison Minturn: N/A

Came on too late to receive a rating.

Jacob Wakeling: N/A

Came on too late to receive a rating.

Rushian Hepburn-Murphy: N/A

Came on too late to receive a rating.

Unused: Lewis Ward, Benn Ward.