All of the marks out of 10 for interim head coach Jimmy Ball’s Forest Green side after their 0-0 at Crawley Town.
Luke McGee – six
Had a comparably quiet game, but showed good hands to gather a late Crawley header.
Dom Bernard – seven
Solid and did not give any of the Crawley forwards down his flank much change.
Udoka Godwin-Malife – seven
Didn’t put a foot wrong and back to his imperious best.
Chris Stokes (C) – seven
Rovers’ leader led from the front and will be pleased with another clean sheet.
Baily Cargill – six
Comfortable afternoon at the back for Rovers and eager to get forward.
Jordan Moore-Taylor – six
Rovers’ water carrier performed competently in the holding midfield role.
Ebou Adams – seven
Always on the front foot. A vital cog – his presence on the pitch will be vital in the final three games of the regular season.
Jayden Richardson – six
Zero impact in the first-half and culpable after the break with just Crawley keeper Glenn Morris to beat.
Scott Wagstaff – six
Worked his proverbial socks off for the team, but like his team-mates – lacked an end product.
Aaron Collins – five
Bags of ability, but again his finishing let him down. Missed a glorious chance in the first-half with an open goal inviting the ball into the back of the net.
Odin Bailey – six
Never stopped asking for the ball, but very few proper sights of goal. Faded after the break.
Kane Wilson – six
Tricky down the wing but left frustrated when his chance inside the box was blocked.
Jake Young – six
Little time to make an impact, but always looking to make something happen.
Not used: Thomas, Hutchinson, Davison, Evans, Allen.