Ratings: How Huddersfield Town players fared against Wycombe

HERE are the Huddersfield Town player ratings from Saturday afternoon's home game with Wycombe Wanderers at the John Smith's Stadium

Huddersfield Town players celebrate their second goal against Wycombe. Picture: Bruce Rollinson.

Schofield: Little to do in first half, but unconvincing under the high ball in the second. Did make a couple of important saves, but left exposed for the winner. 6

Pipa: Trademark danger pushing forward and chanced his arm with a few shots. Played part in Town’s second goal, but one of several to fade. 6

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Keogh: Had his hands full against Ikpeazu and could not show leadership in desperate finale. 5

Sarr: Made a key first-half clearance on the line to deny Ikpeazu, but had a dire second half. 4

O’Brien: Switched to left-back and covered plenty of ground. Tough going in second half. 5

Hogg: Fouled Ikpeazu for Wycombe’s penalty and it was a panicky challenge. Tough second half. 4

Vallejo: Produced a lovely sweeping pass for Town’s opener. But not too many other notable contributions. 5

Mbenza: A deadly finish for Town’s second and produced some good work, but the second half was a different story. 6

Holmes: Had one first half chance, but the game passed him by on the restart as Wycombe swarmed all over Town. 4

Bacuna: Has shown a happy knack of grabbing key goals at times and here was another. But went missing along with others on restart. 5

Campbell: Brilliant assist for Town’s two goals and kept going as best as he could. 6

Substitutes: Pritchard (Vallejo 68). No impact whatsoever. 5

High (Holmes 80); Thomas (Mbenza 87).

Not used: Leutwiler, Stearman, Duhaney, Crichlow, Rowe, Phillips.