To celebrate WhoScored.com’s inclusion of full data and ratings for League 2 we run throughout the team of the month for August in England’s fourth tier…
West Brom loanee Palmer enjoyed a dream debut for the Pilgrims, making a perfect 10 score at Crewe courtesy of nine saves along with a sheet. While adding the next two clean sheets for his title 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 help Newport go unbeaten. Five clean sheets that were successive have been retained by the Welsh side, with the right-back producing 16 tackles.
Another new signing in the XI, centre-back Richards-Everton has been brilliant since linking Bradford in Accrington, standing among the team’s top few players to both clearances (56) and aerial duels won (55).
The sole representative out of league leaders Exeter, Martin has played a pivotal part winning 30 aerial duels, conceding just three goals in their opening six matches and blocking eight shots.
The Newport defender on the side Haynes, following five clean sheets enrolled with the aid in a victory over Plymouth and scored in the 2-0 win at Forest Green.
Playing from the middle and right of the pitch last month, Lewis turned into a celebrity turn to the U’s, registering assists in three consecutive appearances as well as scoring twice in a 3-2 win over Scunthorpe.
Mayor’s quality in possession was apparent to see last month, finishing 86.3 per cent of his passes and registering aids in comfy victories over Crewe and Walsall. The midfielder netted in the 2-2 draw with Salford and finished the fourth most dribbles (17) in the league.
Having made telling contributions against the likes of Swindon Port Vale and Plymouth, Watson creates a spot courtesy of 20, one assist and two goals tackles and interceptions combined more than five appearances.
Signing from Birmingham on the summer, 21-year-old Lubala has been an immediate hit Crawley, scoring in each of his first four appearances from the left handed along with a goal to knock at Norwich, for the club. He mustered the many shots (27) at the division last month, completing 13 dribbles to boot up.
The kind of drama from which Hanson cries might not be the prettiest but boy has it. The 31-year-old has five goals and two assists for his name after just six matches winning an astounding 111 of 165 duels.
In each of his opening four matches of the League Two year, Rose scored like Lubala, registering an assist over six appearances and notching five times in complete, whilst winning 76 aerial duels.
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