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QPR v Luton – Team Sheets Revealed

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Today the Hatters are in West London, taking on Queens Park Rangers, in their last fixture of the 2020 / 2021 Championship season.

Considering the problems encountered last season, it has been a more than decent campaign for Nathan Jones team and a win, against Queens Park Rangers, could see the Hatters finish as high as tenth in the Championship table.

However, a win, if our poll results (as they stand at the time of writing) is not the result you are predicting with only 35% predicting a Luton win, a further 23% going for the draw but 42% going for a Queens Park Rangers win!

With the season finishing as it started, being played under the cloud of the pandemic, I am hoping that this will be the last game that Luton will play behind-closed-doors, is that too much to ask for?

With the 12:30 kick-off looming large, we are now able to bring you the team sheets.

Starting with our hosts, Queens Park Rangers:

Continuing with Luton Town:

As for the officials, look no further:

Referee – Tony Harrington
Assistant Referee – Mark Pottage
Assistant Referee – Shaun Hudson
Fourth Official – Dean Whitestone

How about finishing the season with a bang lads and bringing those three points back to Bedfordshire?


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  • Paul says:

    Bradley thought he was out for a walk in the park, absolutely shocking, let’s hope Preston come knocking.

  • Alan says:

    3.1 a bit flattering, but 12th finish. Move on to next season.

  • Danny says:

    didn’t manage to catch all the game but thought he was very unlucky not to score, great save from their keeper. To think a win on the last day would have got us a top 10 finish is beyond any sane fans expectations for the season, roll on August.


  • Alan says:

    Hi Danny, realistically a similar league position next season wouldn’t be to shabby. Stay mid table until we get in new ground, then look to go higher…as for today, think a draw would have been a fair outcome. As I said, 3.1 very flattering….

    • Danny says:

      Hi Alan, yes i would also happily take mid table mediocrity till Power Court is ready then look to kick on and try to get into the play-offs, never a 3-1 result today with all the chances we had


    • Chris winter says:

      Hi Alan an Danny, exactly what I said a few posts ago agree entirely. It’s unrealistic to expect anything else until the new stadium is built. So same again next season then hopefully after that a couple of losing Wembley play offs to get some cash in

  • Alistair says:

    Great first half then off to the beach, but overall of course its a massive improvement on last season. Also secretly wonder how Nathan will feel finishing 2 places above his previous employers? Hopefully next term get closer to or challenge for a play off place but don’t want to get too greedy & as you say MH maybe see the return of fans at the Kenny. Speak to you soon God willing when we do it all again in the championship, COYH.

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