Liam Roberts - 4
Partially at fault for the first and third goals, it was a disappointing afternoon for Roberts who did not command his box.
Cameron Norman - 6
A decent all-round showing. Norman was the best performer of the back four and helped with some attacking phases of play.
Dan Scarr - 5
An own goal and a display lacking leadership, which is unlike Scarr. He also should have done better with some attacking set pieces.
Zak Jules - 6
Jules did not pull up any trees, but was similarly steady in his play. A few slack passes here and there, but nothing damaging.
Callum Cockerill-Mollett - 5
Despite giving the ball away too often in the first half and making rash challenges, Cockerill-Mollett actually had an improved performance compared to his showing last week.
Rory Holden - 5
Some flashes of creativity but not enough. Holden needs to play centrally and he’s currently suffering because of it.
Danny Guthrie - 5
When given time on the ball Guthrie was effective at picking out the pass. When closed down he looked off the pace.
Liam Kinsella - 6
Unfortunate not to get a penalty but after that Kinsella did the simple things well and managed the game effectively considering he was on a yellow card.
Emmanuel Osadebe - 4
Osadebe did not take his chance in the starting XI and was largely anonymous, particularly in the first half when he floated between positions.
Jake Scrimshaw - 7
On his first league start Scrimshaw was probably Walsall’s man of the match. Unlucky not to score with his half-volley attempt and he put in a shift.
Elijah Adebayo - 6
Not Adebayo’s worst performance but not as effective as he would have liked. He looked tired.
James Clarke (for Cockerill-Mollett, 70), Wes McDonald (for Guthrie, 70), Caolan Lavery (for Adebayo, 70), Jack Nolan (for Osadebe, 87), Stuart Sinclair (for Scrimshaw, 87).
Subs not used: Rose, White.