Luton Town striker Ross Lafayette played his part as Woking earned an FA Trophy replay against Dover Athletic on Saturday.
Mark Tyler: 6.5 - Kicking was ever so slightly off for once, but made an important save late in the second half to spare McNulty’s blushes.
Former Town boss Paul Buckle was pleased with a point as his Cheltenham side drew 1-1 against Luton Town on Saturday.
Luton Town were held to a 1-1 draw by struggling Cheltenham Town at Whaddon Road on Saturday.
Hatters boss John Still is hopeful that his enquries in the transfer market could come to fruition before Luton take to the field against Cambridge United next weekend.
Hatters boss John Still was scathing in his criticism of the Whaddon Road playing surface after Luton were held to a 1-1 draw by Cheltenham Town this afternoon.
League Two: Cheltenham Town 1 Luton Town 1
Luton Town named an unchanged team for the second game in succession at struggling Cheltenham Town this afternoon.
Yet another strange week in League Two has gone by, with slip-ups for a number of the more fancied’ teams including Burton and Wycombe being held to a 1-1 draws at Portsmouth and Bury respectively, as well as Newport thumped 4-0 at Cambridge.
Hatters midfielder Andy Drury believes if his side can put together the kind of sequence they did earlier in the campaign, they will have every chance of a second successive promotion.
Luton Town have confirmed they will be backed by over 1,100 fans at Cheltenham Town on Saturday.
Like a number of clubs who find themselves nearer the the wrong end of the table than they would like, Cheltenham Town opted to make a change at the top recently, with Mark Yates relieved of his duties in November and former Town boss Paul Buckle taking over.
Hatters boss John Still has urged supporters to concentrate on supporting their own side at Cheltenham tomorrow, rather than taunt opposition manager Paul Buckle.
Midfielder Jake Howells doesn’t believe there will any extra spice to the occasion when Luton come up against former boss Paul Buckle this weekend.
Hatters midfielder duo Alex Lawless and Luke Guttridge could be in line for a return to the bench at Cheltenham this weekend.
Hatters boss John Still has revealed the club are in with a chance of landing one of his top targets during the transfer window.
Former England striker Andrew Johnson is still mulling over a move to Kenilworth Road, according to Hatters boss John Still.
Hatters defender Scott Griffiths was delighted to put pen to paper on a contract extension with the club earlier this month.
Midfielder Andy Drury is hopeful his opening goal of the season at Plymouth Argyle on Saturday will be the first of many this term.
Hatters boss John Still has confirmed that midfielder’s Alex Lawless and Luke Guttridge are nearing a return to first team selection.
Hatters boss John Still hasn’t ruled out making a move for young West Ham United striker Elliot Lee during the transfer window.
Hatters boss John Still has rubbished reports linking striker Mark Cullen with a move away from Kenilworth Road.
Hatters boss John Still is planning to have talks with former England international Andrew Johnson about a move to Kenilworth Road tomorrow.
Town boss John Still will resist the temptation to recall striker Lee Angol from his prolific spell at Boreham Wood.
Former Luton boss Gary Brabin has left his role as Southport manager to join the coaching staff at Premier League side Everton.
Hatters midfielder Jim Stevenson has joined Vanarama Conference side Aldershot on loan for a month.
Luton Town emerged 1-0 winners at Plymouth Argyle on Saturday in their League Two clash.
Striker Ross Lafayette was praised by Woking boss Gary Hill after making his debut during the 0-0 Vanarama Conference Premier draw against Bristol Rovers on Saturday.
Mark Tyler: 7.5 - Yet another clean sheet in the bank for Town’s keeper. Beaten once by Reid, but the goal was disallowed and after that, didn’t have a great deal to do.
An emotional midfielder Jake Howells spoke of his pride at becoming the youngest ever player to reach 300 appearances for Luton at the weekend.
Hatters boss John Still felt his side thoroughly deserved their 1-0 victory at promotion rivals Plymouth Argyle yesterday.
League Two: Plymouth Argyle 0 Luton Town 1
Hatters midfielder Jake Howells makes his 300th appearance for the club during today’s League Two clash at Plymouth.
Luton Town captain Steve McNulty insists his side can claim victory at Plymouth Argyle this weekend.
Hatters boss John Still is anticipating a game of few chances when his side travel to Plymouth this afternoon.
Hatters boss John Still paid tribute to Town’s current longest serving player Jake Howells as he approaches his 300th game for the club this weekend.
Luton Town have agreed a deal with QPR for full back Michael Harriman to remain at Kenilworth Road until the end of the season.
Like most managers, Plymouth Argyle boss John Sheridan is hoping to strengthen in crucial areas during the transfer window, although his efforts so far have proved fairly fruitless.
Defender Scott Griffiths believes preparation is key for Hatters ahead of their trek to Plymouth Argyle this weekend.
Hatters midfielder Luke Rooney is a doubt for tomorrow’s League Two trip to Plymouth Argyle with a groin injury.
Midfielder Solomon Taiwo has left Luton Town after his contract was cancelled by mutual consent.
Former Sunderland U18s captain Lewis Gibbons is expected to complete his long drawn out move to Kenilworth Road during the January transfer window.
Hatters striker Ross Lafayette has completed a loan move to Vanarama Conference side Woking.
Hatters boss John Still revealed the club did enquire about Norwich City midfielder Cameron McGeehan ahead of his loan move to Cambridge United this week.
Former England international striker Andrew Johnson will head to Kenilworth Road for talks about a potential transfer early next week.
Hatters boss John Still is still hoping to thrash out a deal with QPR for full back Michael Harriman.
New Town striker Jayden Stockley’s willingness to try and prove himself on loan was a major reason behind Hatters’ decisions to sign him.
Luton Town’s longest serving current player Jake Howells is in line to make his 300th appearance for the club at Plymouth Argyle on Saturday.
Skipper Steve McNulty is aiming for promotion to the Championship before he calls time on his Hatters career.
Returning Hatters midfielder Alex Lawless is hopeful of being included when Luton make the long trip to Plymouth Argyle this weekend.