Phil Parkinson will be delighted with another comfortable away win on the anniversary of his first year in charge at Sunderland AFC.

Lee Burge (6/10): Barley had a save to make all game but keeps yet another clean sheet.

Conor McLaughlin (6/10): Did well filling in at centre half after Willis’ injury and looked pretty assured.

Jordan Willis (6/10): Came off after twenty minutes with yet another injury, without being tested in his short spell on the pitch.

Bailey Wright (8/10): Marshalled an unfamiliar back three really well. He was helped by the lack of any attacking prowess on Swindon’s part.

Luke O’Nien (7/10): Showing even more versatility, didn’t look out of place as a left sided centre half.

Lynden Gooch (7/10): Definitely missed Hume’s support on the left but got forward well and put in an excellent ball for the opener.

Grant Leadbitter (8/10): Dictated play throughout and showed great awareness. Shielded the defence well to see the game out.

Max Power (7/10): Won the ball back several times in the middle and helped get from box to box.

Josh Scowen (7/10): Like Power, Scowen helped when both defending and attacking and covered a lot of ground.

Chris Maguire (8/10): Our biggest attacking threat, Maguire was at his best today. Did well to win a penalty by himself and showed good composure slotting straight down the middle.

Charlie Wyke (7/10): Lead the line well and took his goal well, aided by the awful Robbins’ defending.


Jack Diamond (7/10): Impressed in an unnatural position at right wing back after being unexpectedly subbed on early.

Aiden O’Brien (N/A): Came on for fresh legs to see out the win.