Hatters Rated: Cambridge United v Luton Town

Cambridge United v Luton Town. Photos by Liam Smith. wk 03.Cambridge United v Luton Town. Photos by Liam Smith. wk 03.
Cambridge United v Luton Town. Photos by Liam Smith. wk 03.
Elliot Justham: 7.5 - Sheer number of saves helped to keep the U’s at bay.

Anthony Charles: 7 - Made countless blocks, won loads of headers and played really well until his lack of match fitness seemed to catch up with him.

Solomon Taiwo: 6 - Experienced midfielder kept things ticking but needs to play a more prominent role.

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Alex Wall: 7 - Powerful striker took his simple goal well and was a real handful for the U’s defence.

Jake Howells: 6.5 - Hatters captain led by example with a decent shift from left-back and went close to snatching victory with a number of good late efforts.

Mark Cullen: 6 - Diminutive striker managed a couple of sharp efforts in, but was well-marshalled by the U’s defence.

Ryan Inniss: 7 - Dream start for the on-loan Crystal Palace starlet as he netted with his first touch. Defended resolutely, but was twice lucky to perhaps not concede a penalty, including one that could have resulted in a red card.

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David Viana: 7 - Hard working Portuguese impressed going forward and got back well and it was a bit of a mystery why he was replaced.

Shaun Whalley: 7 - Lively winger was a constant menace to the U’s defence, but needed more end product.

Kane Ferdinand: 6 - On-loan midfielder did superbly to create Wall’s goal, but was on the periphery far too often.

Brett Longden: 5.5 - Young Hatters full-back was given a torrid time by United’s lively wingers.

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Jon Shaw (sub): 5 - Returning striker forced one good save with a powerful strike and will surely get better game by game.

Ian Rees (sub): 5 - Young midfielder was unlucky to be penalised for one tackle as he looked to make an impact.

Ratings by Mark Wood