Date: 29th November 2019 at 8:46am
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In midweek, the spirits of the Hatters fans were raised after their side battle hard, against Charlton Athletic, to earn a 2-1 win after going a goal down, early on.

The win lifted the Hatters out of the relegation zone and also ended a run of winless games that seemed to indicate that relegation, back to League One, was a serious possibility.

However, with the games coming thick and fast there’s no time to rest on our laurels, the Hatters have to, if they are going to climb the table, must string a run of wins together.

This Saturday, the Hatters make the short trip to West London, to take on Brentford at Griffin Park.

After the win, against Charlton, we used our poll facility to ask you how you thought Graeme Jones side would do against high-flying Brentford.

Opinion was somewhat mixed with the vote being spread, quite evenly, across all three options.

The majority of the votes, 38%, went to the DRAW option whilst 36% went for the LUTON WIN option. The remainder of the votes cast, 26%, went for the BRENTFORD WIN option.

Personally, I’d be happy with a draw, but what are your feelings on the fixture?

Please drop your viewpoint into the comment facility beneath this article.

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5 Replies to “Vital Luton Fraternity Has Mixed Thoughts On Outcome Of Luton’s Trip To Brentford”

  • Following two games in quick succession is this the time to give at least one of the second string midfielders a chance to perform. Better to rest one or two before the vital game next home game where we play one of the relegation contenders. Berry is surely worth a chance and Moncur with his free kick capability could enable the superb Brown to be rested?

    Has anyone noticed our full backs no longer make the forward runs and crosses as in earlier games?

    Potts in particular seems to have lost a lot of confidence since his recent injury spell he seems to stand off a lot more allowing more crosses to penetrate our central defence.
    Can we win against Brentford? With the team playing to its best and covering each others mistakes YES we can!

    potts in particular seems to have lost his confidence ba

      • Moncur is a far better player than tunicliff, who seems to hide in games. He is not the kind of player we need in our present position. Moncur has the bite we need and as previously said, can produce magic free kicks…come on jones, give him a chance…

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