Peter Kioso got the winner after some fine play from Nathan Delfouneso.
Who was your man of the match? See how we rated the players below.
MATT GILKS 7
Not a great deal to do, even when Scunthorpe mounted first half pressure, but he kept the team organised with constant communication.
ALEX BAPTISTE 7
A presence with both boxes. Used all his experience to preserve a clean sheet when Scunthorpe threatened and had chances at other end.
RICARDO SANTOS 7
A driving run with the ball from the back was a sign of Wanderers' growing confidence. Used his height in both boxes.
RYAN DELANEY 6
Missed an early header and had a couple of mishaps at the back but dug in to play his part in another away win.
PETER KIOSO 8
A quality finish from the wing back, after linking with Delfouneso, to seal an important win. Missed a late header to rubber stamp the win.
ANTONI SARCEVIC 7
Worked just as hard against the ball as he does with it to play a key role in Wanderer's pressing game.
ANDREW TUTTE 7
Economical in possession and kept passing moves flowing. Brought a good save from Howard.
GETHIN JONES 6
Solid defensively but did not utilise the space in front of him as well as he could have.
NATHAN DELFOUNESO 7
Skilfully skipped past two defenders in the build-up to Kioso's goal to take them out of the equation. Terrific move.
EOIN DOYLE 7
Missed chances but kept going. Didn't just wait for chances to come to him, he went searching for the ball to spark attacks.
Subs: Lloyd Isgrove for Crawford 76; Shaun Miller for Delfouneso 76; Ronan Darcy for Doyle 90+2. Not used: Billy Crellin, Tom White, Jamie Mascoll, Reiss Greenidge
Scunthorpe: Mark Howard; Alex Gillead, Harrison McGahey, Emmanuel Onariase, Jacob Bedeau; Devarn Green (John McAtee 73), Lewis Spence, Alfie Beestin (Jordan Hallam 84); Junior Brown (Myles Hippolyte 68), Ryan Loft (Olufela Olomola 68), Abo Eisa. Subs not used: Rory Watson, Jai Rowe, Tyler Cordner
Referee: Martin Coy
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