Player ratings: Marks out of 10 after Blackpool's win against Scunthorpe United

Ollie Turton was in superb form at left back
Ollie Turton was in superb form at left back

Blackpool earned their second win in just four days with a battling 1-0 victory against Scunthorpe United at Bloomfield Road last night.

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Here's how Blackpool's players rated:

Mark Howard - 7

Made a couple of vital stops in the first half to keep Scunthorpe at bay as Pool kept another clean sheet.

Michael Nottingham - 6

Came close with a first-half header after being brought in to replace the injured Marc Bola. Added more height and physicality.

Donervon Daniels - 6

Turned too easily on a couple of occasions but otherwise solid in the centre of defence, winning most of his aerial battles.

Curtis Tilt - 6

Produced a trademark run out from the back to help set up Blackpool’s opener and kept things tight at the back.

Ollie Turton - 7

Did well in an unfamiliar position after being moved to left back and provided the cross for Blackpool’s goal.

Jay Spearing - 6

Helped Blackpool clean another clean sheet by clearing a Scunthor header off the line in the first half.

Callum Guy - 6

Had a chance to double Blackpool’s lead at the start of the second half but produced a weak effort.

Jordan Thompson - 6

Looked a little tired and was replaced after 60 minutes. His international break double header seems to have taken its toll.

Liam Feeney - 6

Had little impact on the game on his return to the side. Undoubtedly has the quality but needs to show it.

Nathan Delfouneso - 6

Got little change out of the Scunthorpe full back. Enjoyed a couple of runs but otherwise quiet.

Armand Gnanduillet - 7

Bagged his fourth goal of the season with a clinical first-time finish. Held the ball up well and won flick ons.

Subs used

Mark Cullen - 6

For Thompson, 62

Almost inadvertently scored with a cross that looped over the goalkeeper and hit the top of the crossbar.

John O’Sullivan - 6

For Feeney, 77

Made some important defensive clearances as Blackpool held on for the win in the final stages.

Harry Pritchard - 6

For Gnanduillet, 81

Went close to grabbing a second for Pool as he sent a curling effort just wide of the Scunthorpe goal.

Subs not used: Myles Boney, Paudie O’Connor, Ben Heneghan, Joe Dodoo

Scunthorpe: Alnwick, Clarke, Borthwick-Jackson, McArdle, Ojo (Horsfield), Humphrys, Dales (Thomas), Perch, Goode, Burgess (Ugbo), Colclough

Subs not used: Flatt, Lewis, Sutton, Butroid

Referee: Thomas Bramall

Attendance: 2,769 (302 Scunthorpe)

Next match: Fleetwood Town (home, Saturday, October 27, 3pm, SkyBet League One)