To celebrate WhoScored.com’s addition of full data and evaluations for League 2 we run through the team of the month for August in England’s fourth grade…
West Brom loanee Palmer enjoyed a dream debut earning a perfect 10 rating at Crewe courtesy of nine saves and a fresh sheet. While adding another two sheets for his name, he made a 31 saves in total over August.
Arriving on loan 20-year-old McNamara has taken to the Football League in impressive fashion to assist Newport go unbeaten. Five successive clean sheets have been kept by the Welsh side, together with the right-back producing 16 tackles.
Another new signing from the XI, centre-back Richards-Everton has been excellent since joining Bradford from Accrington, standing among the league’s top few players for both clearances (56) and airborne duels won (55).
The representative from league leaders Exeter, Martin has played a role in the team blocking eight shots, winning 30 duels and conceding three goals in their opening six games.
The Newport defender in the side after five consecutive clean sheets, Haynes enrolled the aid in a 1-0 victory over Plymouth and scored in the 2-0 win.
Playing from the middle and right of the pitch last month, Lewis was a star turn to the U’s, registering aids in three successive appearances in addition to scoring two in a 3-2 win over Scunthorpe.
Mayor’s quality in ownership was obvious to see a month, finishing 86.3 per cent of his moves and registering assists in comfy successes over Crewe and Walsall. The midfielder netted from the 2-2 draw with Salford and completed the fourth most dribbles (17) in the league.
Having made telling contributions against the likes of Swindon Port Vale and Plymouth, Watson brings in a spot courtesy of 20, one assist and two goals tackles and interceptions combined over five appearances.
21-year-old Lubala was an instant hit Crawley, scoring at each of his first four looks from the left-wing for the club, along with a winning goal. He mustered the most shots (27) in the division a month, finishing 13 dribbles to boot.
The type of play from which Hanson flourishes may not be the prettiest but boy has it. The 31-year-old includes five goals and two assists to his name after just six games, winning an 111 of 165 aerial duels.
Rose scored in each of the opening four matches of their League Two year, notching five times in total and enrolling a help over six looks, whilst winning 76 duels.
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