Date: 13th October 2019 at 12:08pm
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After eleven games in the Championship, the Hatters are averaging a point-a-game.

If such a record is maintained then the Hatters should, come the end of the season, consolidate their position as a Championship team.

Last season, Rotherham were the side that occupied the final relegation place with forty points.

However, despite our somewhat patchy start, I’m sure the Luton Town support would prefer their side, under Graeme Jones, to pick up sufficient points to ensure the Hatters finish in a healthy mid-table position.

Hopefully, our points harvest can be improved in our next quartet of games, four games that line up as follows:

• Saturday 19 October – Bristol City (h)
• Wednesday 23 October – Fulham (a)
• Saturday 26 October – Birmingham (a)
• Saturday 2 November – Nottingham Forest (h)

I think you’ll agree they are four tough fixtures.

But the big question is, how many points do you reckon the Hatters will take from the twelve available from those four games?

Please feel free to drop your view into the comment facility beneath this article.

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2 Replies to “Four Tough Games Lie Ahead For The Hatters But What Will Be The Points Return?”

  • Hi mad hatter, it’s Chris again so a 3point tally from 4 games. And the manager is now saying we will be relegated if brown doesn’t play!!!! What sort of message does that send to the rest of the squad. Also he thinks he may bring in a shrink to help. It is no wonder I’m hearing that he is losing some of the dressing room. They are dispondant at his attitude. Now we know the owners are not the sacking kind so it’s unlikely he will be removed. But I wonder if he’d stayed with the team an the togetherness from the start we would be in this position as the promoted team had a clear understanding. It only needed the full backs replaced we had potts an senior who could have done the job. And then integrated his players as an when. Could have been brought in.

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