ADVER Sport assess the performances of the Swindon Town players following the club's 2-1 win away at Sutton United on Tuesday night.

Jojo Wollacott: 6

On a tricky night for goalkeepers, weather-wise, Wollacott struggled with his kicking. Otherwise, it was a pretty quiet return to the team aside from two fairly comfortable saves and picking the ball out of his net for the penalty.

Rob Hunt: 7

I thought Hunt enjoyed a strong game and completed his defensive duties really well. Will Randell was largely very quiet, thanks in the main to Hunt's aggressiveness.

Akin Odimayo: 6

Odimayo was strong and dependable - nothing extraordinary one way or the other. But in a game like that, quietly going about your business was no bad thing.

Mathieu Baudry: 5

Baudry rarely looked comfortable all night and needlessly gave away a penalty for handball due to the way he jumps with his arms raised. He continued to do it as well, so perhaps lucky not to cost Town further. Hopefully, Conroy's swollen ankle settles down quickly. One thing I would say, Baudry battled away until the end helped Town survive the long wave of Sutton pressure. 

Romoney Crichlow: 6

It wasn't always textbook, but Crichlow did deal with almost everything in his domain. While he carried the ball out of defence well, his passing wasn't brilliant. The definition of a mixed bag. Booked.

Ellis Iandolo: 7

Iandolo offered more going forward than Hunt but was given a run for his money by the impressive David Ajiboye down the other end. Left wing-back suits Iandolo, Tuesday was another good example of that.

Louis Reed: 8

While Reed wasn't able to get on the ball and help Town dominate possession as much as usual, when he did get involved, it usually resulted in something good.  Add to that his first goal of the season courtesy of a superb free-kick. I can see the Williams-fouled, Reed-free-kick combination doing well in future. Subbed.

Jack Payne: 7

Involved in a lot the dirty work, Payne's evening consisted of ratting about in midfield and winning the ball back. A job that could easily go un-noticed, Payne more than played his part in the victory. 

Jonny Williams: 8

Williams looked right at it from the start and scored a sensational goal which turned out to be the winner. He drew plenty of comments from Sutton fans who felt he was "too good for this league" due to his all-around game and effect on home defenders when he received the ball. Subbed.

Harry McKirdy: 7

McKirdy could have scored a hat-trick on another day, but his shooting boots weren't quite on. He looked lively throughout though and was often a threat. A couple of moments of petulance slightly tainted another good performance. Booked. Subbed.

Tyreece Simpson: 6

Simpson's hold-up play was pretty good, but he had just one attempt on goal easily saved and didn't have as much of an effect on the game as McKirdy. Remains a tireless runner, in his defence.


Ryan East: 6

East filled in for Reed admirably and helped Town see the game out. He could have played in a teammate near the end to killl the game off but hung onto the ball for too long.

Ben Gladwin: 6

He battled away in his short time on the pitch and tested Dean Bouzanis with a piledriver late on.

Jayden Mitchell-Lawson: N/A

Came on too late to receive a rating.