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Luton Town v Derby County – Team-Sheets Revealed

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After two wins on the road in the last week, against Barnsley and Reading but in different competitions, the Hatters return to Kenilworth Road today to take on Derby County in a Championship fixture.

The fixture, after beating Norwich City in the Carabao Cup at Kenilworth Road, gives the Hatters the opportunity to make it four wins on the bounce.

However, Derby, with Wayne Rooney in their ranks, will provide stiff opposition.

But Derby’s results this month have been far from decent, defeats against Preston (Carabao Cup) and Reading (Championship) have been followed by a penalty shoot-out win against Barrow, in midweek, in the Carabao Cup.

It is probably the differences in form that have prompted those who voted in our poll to predict a Luton Town win with 77% of the votes going that way, only 3% are predicting a Derby County win with the remaining 20% going for the draw.

The game could have seen up to 1000 supporters admitted, but that is another story – just-how-would-luton-town-deal-with-this-problem – instead the Hatters faithful will have to make do with following the action via media / internet coverage.

With the kick-off fast approaching, we are now able to bring you the team news.

Starting with Luton Town:

Continuing with Derby County:

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4 comments

  • Chris winter says:

    Hi all, after that just as well gj not still in charge as collins would be dropped an Jordan Clark would be our centre forward 😁😁😁👍👍👍 what a signing he’s looking.

  • Alan says:

    Hi chris, it was a battle, but our defence is showing what proper coaching can do…Saturdays are beginning to be fun again….think Jordan is really pushing for a starting place…box to box midfielder…a rarity this days….happy days boys..

  • Chris winter says:

    Hi Alan, I’m a prophet I said to my boy when Clark came on watch him score with a header he laughed an blow me it was in the same position as Reading but he heads it into the ground this time. An I thought he was a midfielder not a centre forward. As you say he could start but at the moment it looks like nj wants to get a steady no risk start. Then push on from 60mins as I’ve said I don’t care if we aren’t as adventurous as before. Just get us as an established champ side for now. Then when we get a new stadium push on don’t you agree

  • Alan says:

    We are on the same wave length bud…I said to my grandson Monics would score with a free kick….totally agree with you comments m8…happy times..

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