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Luton – Still In The Mix Despite Two Defeats On The Bounce

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Following the 2-0 defeat, on Friday night, against QPR, I had my fears that the Hatters, once the Saturday results came in, would tumble down the table.

Thankfully, it did not happen with Luton occupying 11th position in the table, with 24 points, with, all but two of the teams, having played 18 games.

However, it is noticeable that the points totals both below and above us are very close.

On Tuesday evening, Luton take on Nottingham Forest, at the City Ground, a win against Forest could, if results go our way, lift the Hatters to 8th place whilst a defeat and a worse case scenario, could see Luton drop to 16th once the midweek round of fixtures has been completed.

But, looking at the table overall, the top end is starting to get a familiar look to it with Fulham and AFC Bournemouth opening a gap between themselves and the others when it comes to the automatic promotion places.

The only surprise being that highly fancied West Bromwich Albion are not in the top two, but that could change.

Looking at the those occupying the play-off places, currently, West Brom, Coventry City, Stoke City and QPR, it only goes to show how evenly matched most of the sides in this division are, especially when you consider our result against Coventry a few weeks ago.

I guess what I am trying to say is that despite our recent run of form, where we’ve lost to both Stoke City and QPR, we should all continue to be optimistic that a push for a play-off place is still well within our grasp.

Roll on Tuesday evening, let’s get back to winning ways!

COYH’s

Nottingham Forest v Luton Town?

Forest to Win!

Forest to Win!

Luton to Win!

Luton to Win!

A Draw!

A Draw!

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