Date: 5th April 2016 at 12:44pm
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The Kenilworth Road support have been tremendously supportive of the Hatters this season.

The travelling Hatters army has cheered the Hatters on and have received accolades from Nathan Jones and his team.

However, when it comes to home games, things are getting a little difficult.

On Saturday, against Stevenage, the Hatters slipped to another home defeat and failed to get on the score-sheet.

The statistics now show that Luton Town have not scored a goal, in the first half at Kenilworth Road, since December 12th, a run that now covers eight games.

In fact, as far as the season goes, Luton have scored a mere 14 goals in 14 home games, something we`d rather not shout about.

Talking about our apparent scoring problems, Nathan Jones is quoted in the local media as having remarked,

“I definitely think we create enough, we work on set plays, put enough good delivery in and don`t score enough from set plays.

“We haven`t scored enough from free play but we create enough, it`s just that individual bit of quality, and something we need to address.

“We expect when we have good chances to put them away and be clinical, we haven`t been clinical in our last two home games.

“Against Crawley the amount of chances we had and opportunities, where we`ve had the best chances, but it just wasn`t to be, we weren`t clinical enough.”

With our season drifting to a close with that promotion play-of place now unlikely to happen, perhaps the fact that the pressure is off will see the Hatters start to stick the ball in the Kenilworth Road nets with a little more regularity.