Date: 19th March 2017 at 12:11pm
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Exeter City like Stevenage and Carlisle in our two previous games, prevented the Hatters from taking all three points.

A return of two points from the last nine available isn`t, to be brutally honest promotion form.

Against Exeter City it needed a goal from our top-scorer to claim a share of the spoils in a game where both sides had the chances to secure a win.

Following the game Nathan Jones spoke to the local media and the boss had this to say about the game at Kenilworth Road,

‘First half we controlled the game but needed a bit more cutting edge. Then we started the second half slowly, which we don’t normally do, let them into it, and they had a couple of chances and finally scored.

‘We came into it, then made some changes and got a goal back, but missed several opportunities to win the game. It ended up like a basketball game in the end, end to end with two teams both going at each other.

‘We dominated possession and got into good positions without really putting them to the sword. Overall, a good point against a good side, but we ended the week on a less productive note than we would have liked.’

We did and it is now becoming imperative that we get three points from our next game, against Newport County at Rodney Parade on Tuesday evening.