Adver Sport hand out their verdict following Swindon Town's 1-0 win over Wycombe Wanderers.

Reice Charles-Cook – 7

Not much for the Town keeper to do, but another clean sheet for the former Coventry City man.

Kyle Knoyle -7.5

A good debut for the defender who, got well forward and could give a Ben Purkiss a run for a money for Swindon Town’s right back slot.

Chris Robertson - 7

Solid if unspectacular showing from Robertson who played well alongside Preston.

Matt Preston – 8

Fast becoming a mainstay in the Swindon side despite his late arrival, superb header to win the game.

Ellis Iandolo -7

Got off to a shaky start in an unfamiliar position at left-back, but grew into the second half and finished well.

James Dunne- 6.5

Guilty of giving the ball away on a couple of occasions but added a sense of urgency to his play towards the later stages.

Timi Elsnik- 7.5

Added a creative influence to Swindon’s midfield and worked hard in his first start since returning from his groin injury. Subbed.

Paul Mullin - 7.5

Another industrious display outing Mullin who threw himself into some hard-hitting tackles. Subbed.

Kaiyne Woolery – 7

Had a couple of good chances which slipped away from him due to a lack of conviction. Worked hard and caused problems with his pace.

Kellan Gordon – 7

Another one who didn’t have the impact he would have desired, but pressed well from the front. Subbed.

Keshi Anderson- 7.5

A slightly deeper role for Anderson, who had some good runs at goal and almost pulled off a superb backheel.

Harry Smith (Mullin 59’) -7.5

Didn’t have the impact he has had in his previous two games, however he did add a new dimension to Town’s attack.

John Goddard (Gordon 68’) – 7.5

Had one shot just wide of the post in an energetic display.

Donal McDermott (Elsnik 77’) – 8

Had two free-kicks, the first forced a great save from the Wycombe keeper, the second was headed in by Preston. 

Unused subs Will Henry, Ben Purkiss and Joe Romanski