The Gazette's Fleetwood Town reporter Rosie Swarbrick analyses the performances of the players from the 0-0 draw at Charlton.
Alex Cairns 7
His defence at times made his job an easy one. Another good performance, only slight is that he seems to be time wasting a lot. Is this a new tactic?
Lewie Coyle 6.5
Only he and Alex Cairns have played every single game for Fleetwood this term so far. It showed at Charlton. Looked a bit off the pace, not his usual standards, could do with a rest.
Ashley Eastham 8
His calm and simple defending ensured Town got this clean sheet. Numerous blocks and clearances. He was the star man on Saturday.
Craig Morgan 7
Some real key blocks and clearances in the opening stages. Showed the levels he can reach on Wednesday night and solid once again.
James Husband 7
Is he the answer to Town's left back problems? It appears so. But also worth noting the big chance for Aribo came from the right wing. Thrown in at the deep end though and looks like he has been here for a long time.
Wes Burns 7
Should have scored in the first half. A great chance from close-range but he is getting in those positions and should have been sent clear by Madden in the later stages. He is revelling in this wing role.
Dean Marney 6.5
He showed his Premier League pedigree with that ball up to Holt that lead to the Burns chance in the first half. He is still easing his way back but is starting to click.
Jason Holt 6.5
Some nice neat touches but he needs to make more of an impact on the game. At times defence needed more help.
Nearly scored a rare header and was as bright as ever. Doing more of a shift for the team, got back numerous times to help defend in this new wide role.
His third game in eight days and you could tell. Looked leggy and should have been brought off earlier.
He was way too selfish at the end of the game and should have passed the ball across to send Burns clear rather than go for it himself. Will learn from it.
Subs: Long on for Evans 82 - 6 - Brought some fresh legs to the attack but should have been brought on earlier
McAleny on for Madden 90 - 6 - not enough time to make an impact