Fleetwood Town boss Joey Barton

PLAYER RATINGS: Fleetwood Town 2 AFC Wimbledon 1

The Gazette's Fleetwood Town writer Rosie Swarbrick assessed the performances from Town's 2-1 victory over AFC Wimbledon at Highbury.

Super-sub Paddy Madden cancelled out Kwesi Appiah's opener with Josh Morris clinching the points for Joey Barton's side.

Danny Andrew 6: Seemed to struggle with the conditions in the first 45 minutes, peculiar given he has played at Highbury before. Could have closed O'Neill down quicker to stop the cross for the goal.

5. Danny Andrew 6: Seemed to struggle with the conditions in the first 45 minutes, peculiar given he has played at Highbury before. Could have closed O'Neill down quicker to stop the cross for the goal.

Danny Andrew 6: Seemed to struggle with the conditions in the first 45 minutes, peculiar given he has played at Highbury before. Could have closed O'Neill down quicker to stop the cross for the goal.
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Jordan Rossiter 6 Could have done more to stop the first goal. Easily beaten in the build up, needs to be stronger on the edge of his own box.

6. Jordan Rossiter 6 Could have done more to stop the first goal. Easily beaten in the build up, needs to be stronger on the edge of his own box.

Jordan Rossiter 6 Could have done more to stop the first goal. Easily beaten in the build up, needs to be stronger on the edge of his own box.
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Paul Coutts 7 AFC Wimbledon ensured he could not dictate in the first half but made an impact in the second 45 when Town shifted formation. Played a key role in the first goal, turning an attacking throw-in into a chance. Handled the conditions with no bother too, looks like he's been playing at Highbury forever.

7. Paul Coutts 7 AFC Wimbledon ensured he could not dictate in the first half but made an impact in the second 45 when Town shifted formation. Played a key role in the first goal, turning an attacking throw-in into a chance. Handled the conditions with no bother too, looks like he's been playing at Highbury forever.

Paul Coutts 7 AFC Wimbledon ensured he could not dictate in the first half but made an impact in the second 45 when Town shifted formation. Played a key role in the first goal, turning an attacking throw-in into a chance. Handled the conditions with no bother too, looks like he's been playing at Highbury forever.
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Harrison Biggins 5.5: Poor header in his own half to put Town on the back foot for the goal. Did not make his mark and rightly sacrificed for Madden at the break.

8. Harrison Biggins 5.5: Poor header in his own half to put Town on the back foot for the goal. Did not make his mark and rightly sacrificed for Madden at the break.

Harrison Biggins 5.5: Poor header in his own half to put Town on the back foot for the goal. Did not make his mark and rightly sacrificed for Madden at the break.
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