Jay Spearing leads the applause at the full-time whistle

Matt Scrafton's player ratings: Armand Gnanduillet and Jay Spearing make a mark in Blackpool's win against AFC Wimbledon

Blackpool saw off AFC Wimbledon 2-0 to pick up a fourth consecutive win in all competitions to lift themselves back up into the League One play-offs.

Here's how Pool's players rated:

Enjoyed a quiet afternoon and was a spectator for most of the game, but made some good saves when called upon.

1. Jak Alnwick - 7/10

Enjoyed a quiet afternoon and was a spectator for most of the game, but made some good saves when called upon.
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Appears to have cemented his place back in the starting XI with another strong showing in the back three.

2. Ryan Edwards - 7/10

Appears to have cemented his place back in the starting XI with another strong showing in the back three.
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Looked completely unruffled at all times and will be delighted to have played his part in keeping a vital clean sheet.

3. Ben Heneghan - 7/10

Looked completely unruffled at all times and will be delighted to have played his part in keeping a vital clean sheet.
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Continues to thrive in what was a previously unfamiliar role on the left of the back three, keeping Curtis Tilt out of the team.

4. James Husband - 8/10

Continues to thrive in what was a previously unfamiliar role on the left of the back three, keeping Curtis Tilt out of the team.
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