Hatters Rated: Luton Town v Kidderminster Harriers

Luton Town v Kidderminster Harriers. Photos by Liam Smith. wk 01.Luton Town v Kidderminster Harriers. Photos by Liam Smith. wk 01.
Luton Town v Kidderminster Harriers. Photos by Liam Smith. wk 01.
Mark Tyler: 8 - Pulled off two great saves, one crucially with the score goalless, to help the Hatters to an emphatic win.

Steve McNulty: 8 - Untroubled for the entire game and was rock solid against everything Harriers could muster.

Alex Lawless: 8 - Versatile midfielder gives the Hatters real balance and was desperately unlucky not to add to his season’s tally.

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Scott Griffiths: 8.5 - Defended solidly and pushed forward at every opportunity as he deservedly netted his first Luton goal.

Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu: 8 - Was Town’s standout performer in the first half as he mixed power with class and his injury was a real blow.

Joe Davis: 7.5 - The odd tentative touch and one sliced clearance almost cost Luton, but was largely solid.

Luke Guttridge: 9 - Simply brilliant as he didn’t give Harriers a moment’s peace, netting two great goals, but picked up a needless booking.

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Matt Robinson: 8.5 - Youngster rose to the challenge as he filled in for Smith admirably and excelled at everything he did.

Ronnie Henry: 8 - Skipper relished the space in front of him and put in a number of testing crosses as he marked ex-Hatter Amari Morgan-Smith out of the game.

Paul Benson: 8.5 - Stood strong despite a buffeting from the Kiddy defence, scored a fine looping header, won a decisive penalty and provided a real focal point for Luton.

Andre Gray: 8 - Ran his socks off, was a constant menace, selfless when he needed to be and all that was missing was a goal.

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Jakes Howells (sub): 9 - Plunged in with the game in the balance, but excelled as he netted twice and set up two others.

Mark Cullen (sub): 6 - Keen to get involved during his brief cameo.

Ratings by Mark Wood