Fleetwood Town player ratings: Dean Marney 'instrumental' in win over Coventry City

Fleetwood Town won for the first time in three League One matches with a comprehensive win over Coventry City - but who were their star perfomers?

Tuesday, 27th November 2018, 9:05 pm
Updated Tuesday, 27th November 2018, 10:15 pm
Fleetwood Town manager Joey Barton

Our Fleetwood writer Rosie Swarbrick has dished out her player ratings, with plenty of praise for Town after such a eye-catching result. Scroll down and click through the pages to see who shone for Joey Barton's side.

Another couple of outstanding saves as he thwarted Chaplin with his foot in the first half and managed to somehow tip a Davies header round the post in the second half - 8
Out-foxed early doors a couple of times by Hiwula - targeted by the former Town man in the early exchanges. Oh so close to his first goal but thwarted by a fine save from Burge - 7

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Eastham: Some trademark blocks and clearances in first half had to go off injured in the 51st minute which is a major worry for Town - 7 Morgan: Back in the side and a strong and solid performance from the skipper -7
Out-foxed a couple of times on his flank in the first half, grew into the game. Gave away a penalty as he was ruled to have tripped Clarke-Harris but Coventry's Chaplin failed to score - 6
Some silky touches in the opening stages. Impressed on his return to the side. Instrumental in most of Town's good play and pulled the strings in the middle of the park. Capped a fine performance with a goal - 8
Electric at the start of the second half. Hit the woodwork, forced a smart save from Burge and unlucky not to see Evans divert his pass. Got the goal his performance deserved with a cool finish in the 72nd minute - 8
Back in the side, grew into the game and impressed in the second half. Good combination with Marney. Formed a good partnership - 7
McAleny: Back in the starting line-up and looked bright when on the ball. Just needs a goal to boost his confidence- 7 Madden: Lively and worked his socks off. Building up a good partnership with Evans and brought others into the game with his unselfish play - sublime pass for Burns' goal - 7
Back to the form he was in at the start of the season, lively and a constant thorn in Coventry's side. Got the goal his performance deserved, his first in open play since the 2-1 win over Bradford in September. Back to his best - 8
Bolger on for Eastham (52): Looked solid after having to come on for the injured Eastham. Improved from Saturday - 7 R Wallace on for McAleny (68) Made an impact. Some neat touches - 6 Holt on for J Wallace (78): A bright spark - 6