ADVER Sport assess the performances of the Swindon Town players following the club's 0-0 draw with Tranmere Rovers on Tuesday night.

Jojo Wollacott: 8

Town’s goalkeeper enjoyed a fine night and made a handful of excellent saves. Deserved to be named man of the match, but the sponsors had other ideas.

Akin Odimayo: 6

Odimayo was tidy defensively but seemed to lack ideas when going forward.

Romoney Crichlow: 7

Crichlow reduced the number of rash decisions he made from Saturday and looks to have settled into the role with the increased game time.

Dion Conroy: 7

Though he didn’t always win the aerial battles, Conroy was otherwise assured at the back and helped Crichlow through well.

Rob Hunt: 6

Too many crosses came in from Hunt’s side, but he stuck to his task well. Iandolo may have offered more from the start. Subbed.

Anthony Grant: 5

Aside from two good moments in the first half, Grant was poor early on. He failed to improve much as the game went on either.

Louis Reed: 8

Reed was everywhere and kept the tempo of the game high when necessary. His football intelligence is a cut above and helped Town continue to move forward.

Jack Payne: 7

Payne started off slowly but improved greatly as time ticked by. He had a few good chances but was thwarted by Murphy each time. Also played the pass of the match through to McKirdy.

Harry Parsons: 6

Parsons needs to improve physically, but technically he showed encouraging signs. He can certainly handle himself at this level and will be pleased to have made his first league start. Subbed.

Harry McKirdy: 7

The signing of Williams seems to have lit the fire within McKirdy. He would have had a couple more goals on another night and seemed keen to get involved in much of Town’s attacking play. Subbed.

Tyreece Simpson: 6

Another who is improving with time but needs an experienced striker to learn from. Simpson missed out on opportunities by simply not being in the right place against Tranmere.


Ben Gladwin: 5

Gladwin tried to link play late on as Town searched for the winner but Payne and McKirdy often had more luck.

Jonny Williams: 6

Only on for a short time but showed glimpses of what he can do. Certainly a promising asset with his speed and agility.

Ellis Iandolo: N/A

Came on too late to receive a rating.