Ipswich Town extended their unbeaten run at Portman Road with a 2-1 win against Coventry City. Alex Jones provides his player ratings.

Vaclav Hladky

Standard performance from him. Really solid and hard to beat. A few really good saves, but he couldn't do much about the consolation. Looked calm and composed playing out from the back, as always. 7

Harry Clarke

This one really depends on your view of the penalty. His performance up until that incident was solid, with some nice runs down the right flank and a couple of ambitious efforts showing his attacking threat. He did lunge in on Tatsuhiro Sakamoto in the second half, although Matty Godden couldn't convert the penalty. 6

Luke Woolfenden

This game suited him really well. Looked good on the ball and had time to really get Town going from deep. His positioning was good and he did well to limit Coventry on the counter. 7

Cameron Burgess

Similar to Woolfenden, just a really solid performance. Shut out Coventry's counterattacks and looked pretty dominant throughout - even in some of the nervy moments. 7

East Anglian Daily Times: No player in the 92 has more assists than Leif Davis so far this seasonNo player in the 92 has more assists than Leif Davis so far this season (Image: Stephen Waller)

Leif Davis

Credited with the assist for Wes Burns, taking him to nine for the season, which is simply insane. Created a few good chances from deep but not one of his more influential games. 7

Sam Morsy

Dominant. Completed more passes than anyone else (75) and just looked so up for the game. Great movement and really determined to push forward. He organised everything so well as everything went through him. When the game became scruffy after the break, he was the one that kept it all together. 8

Massimo Luongo

Another really good showing that was somewhat soured by his first-half yellow card. Felt a bit needless and will see him miss the trip to Middlesbrough. Looked really good other than that, dictating play really well and firing just wide from distance late on. 7

Wes Burns

Starting to really thrive in his role as the outlet down the right. So much of what Ipswich did in the first half came through him. He then topped it off with a real Goal of the Season contender, cutting inside and curling a stunning effort into the top corner with the outside of his boot. Excellent performance. 8 (Man of the Match)

Conor Chaplin

Fired wide early on and saw a shot blocked from close range, but he wasn't involved in a great deal after that. Some nice bits of link-up play, but certainly not one of his more influential games. 6

Nathan Broadhead

Got himself about. One of those games where he really did everything to be a threat. His through ball for the opener was excellent and he continued to be a real issue for Coventry until being brought off. 7

East Anglian Daily Times: George Hirst scored his fifth goal of the season in the 2-1 winGeorge Hirst scored his fifth goal of the season in the 2-1 win (Image: PA Images)

George Hirst

Great work for the opener. Showed great strength to shove off Liam Kitching and then left Bradley Collins stranded with a fine finish. A couple of lively moments after that, but Coventry marshalled him quite well. 7

Sub: Marcus Harness (64')

No real time to influence the game as things became scrappy. Got into some good areas but hardly touched the ball. 6

Sub: Omari Hutchinson (64')

Similar to Harness, although he was involved in a bit more down the right late on. Wasn't really the game for him. 6

Sub: Brandon Williams (77')

Just a bit of a disaster, which wasn't entirely his fault. His late yellow card was needless and rules him out of the trip to Middlesbrough, but his own-goal was really unfortunate and probably should've been given as a foul. 5

Sub: Jack Taylor (77')

Ran and chased like mad as Coventry tried to turn the screw late on, offering a more defensive alternative to Chaplin for the last few minutes. 6

Sub: Kayden Jackson (85')