Made a couple of big saves but wasn’t the busiest of the two keepers. Given no chance for opener. Good with aerial claims.
Goes about his business quietly in an unflustered manner and helped keep a lively Dons side at bay. Not beaten in one-on-ones.
Shanked one clearance early on but grew into the contest and defended well. Should’ve put Town ahead with early opportunity.
Looked in good shape and gave little change to a sprightly and direct young attacking Dons outfit. Won his headers.
The definition of a see-saw afternoon. Played well but lost the ball for Dons to break for their goal. Recovered excellently and a fine cross to set up Leahy. Very good overall.
Grew into the game but was a solid base at the foot of Town’s midfield. Anchored the middle of the pitch well and made his tackles.
Again, as with much of the season, he was a driving force from midfield, albeit involved in sloppy Dons goal. Injury a real worry.
Best showing in Town colours. Free-kick disaster aside, a goal, assist and general threat from left wing-back. Great.
Deployed in the attacking midfield ‘No.10’ role for the second week running and excelled again. Drew one good save and spurned another good chance.
Link-up play with partner Bowman was decent but drifted out of the game at times. Needs to do more.
Deservedly kept his place. Offers a real outball with his hunger to get about the pitch. Holds the ball up well too. Useful.
Daniel Udoh (for Cosgrove, 64) Brilliant winner with fine header 7. George Nurse (for Vela, 64). Good shift at left wing-back 6. Josh Daniels (for Bennett, 90). Subs not used: Burgoyne, Ogbeta, Leshabela, Bloxham.