Posh top two Marcus Maddison (left) and Ivan Toney.

ALAN SWANN’S Peterborough United player ratings for the season so far

The top 10 Peterborough United players based on Peterborough Telegraph Posh writer Alan Swann’s player ratings.

Marks are out of 10. Minimum seven marks received. A fuller version is in the October 3 edition of the Peterborough Telegraph.

Directly responsible for two of 12 League One goals conceded. One penalty save v Ipswich and a decent display at Tranmere. The only player to appear in all 13 competitve matches so far.

1. Christy Pym: Av: 6.4 (10th)

Directly responsible for two of 12 League One goals conceded. One penalty save v Ipswich and a decent display at Tranmere. The only player to appear in all 13 competitve matches so far.
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Like the rest of the team his passing was slipshod before the break, but created the opening goal with a fine ball and went on to play well. Read danger on the edge of his own area well.

2. Louis Reed: 7

Like the rest of the team his passing was slipshod before the break, but created the opening goal with a fine ball and went on to play well. Read danger on the edge of his own area well.
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Suffering marks-wise for a slow start and the occasional anonymous display. Certainty to finish in the top four I would imagine.

3. Mo Eisa: 6.45 (8th=)

Suffering marks-wise for a slow start and the occasional anonymous display. Certainty to finish in the top four I would imagine.
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Consistent after starting poorly (like most of the squad). Susceptible to direct, quick opponents like Jon Taylor at Doncaster and faces a fight to keep Nathan Thompson out of the side.

4. NIall Mason: 6.5 (7th)

Consistent after starting poorly (like most of the squad). Susceptible to direct, quick opponents like Jon Taylor at Doncaster and faces a fight to keep Nathan Thompson out of the side.
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