Luton – Four Out Of Six Wasn’t Too Bad

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With the Championship play-offs set to commence on Friday evening, it’s time for a little recap.

Regular visitors to Vital Luton Town may recall a series of twelve articles I ran whereby I studied he games those clubs with play-off aspirations had left and following the last of those twelve articles – focussing-on-the-promotion-race-rivals-luton-town – came up with the following predicted final Championship table:

1 – Fulham (Champions)
2 – Bournemouth – 90
3 – Luton Town – 78
4 – Nottingham Forest – 77
5 – Sheffield United – 74
6 – Middlesbrough – 74
7 – Huddersfield Town – 73
8 – Queens Park Rangers – 73
9 – Blackburn Rovers – 71
10 – Millwall – 70
11 – West Bromwich Albion – 69
12 – Coventry City – 63

As can be seen, when compared to the actual final table, my predictions were not too far off:

1 – Fulham – 90
2 – Bournemouth – 88
3 – Huddersfield Town – 82
4 – Nottingham Forest – 80
5 – Sheffield United – 75
6 – Luton Town – 75

Although I failed miserably with regards to points earned, I did manage to get four positions of the top six clubs correct.

On reflection, the only side I misjudged was, our opponents in the play-offs, Huddersfield Town.

I wrongly suspected that their fine run of form would grind to a halt as the end of the season drew close.

Here’s hoping that run of form that surprised most people, will come to an end this weekend!


Luton v Huddersfield (1st Leg)

Luton to Win!

Luton to Win!

Huddersfield to Win!

Huddersfield to Win!

A Draw!

A Draw!

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  • Chris winter says:

    Morning mh, to progress to Wembley as I’ve said in my previous post I feel we must win by 3 goals at home first. Hopefully adebayo will start as well to give us our best chance. Anything less will mean a tough away leg considering we have failed to score against them this season. Let’s hope we rectify that tomorrow.

  • jimbo says:

    cheer up guys, whoever plays will give 110% guaranteed. i am not ruddocks biggest fan but i wish him well with his recovery. hope that berry plays and scores. if elijah is fit ,he frightens the s*it out of opponents. i am getting a good feeling with these playoffs, but i wont mind drowning my sorrows. john still and mick harford seem to have built a special feeling in the team, and n.j. was the catalyst that brought it all together. these are very special times in lutons history,keep enjoying them whatever happens.COYH.

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