Luton Town 1 Bury 1
Hatters boss John Still has backed summer signing Andy Drury to come good.
Bury are definitely one of the teams to watch out for in League Two this season according to most people in the know.
Winger Luke Rooney is hoping for an instant recall to the Hatters side after serving his one game suspension at the weekend.
Hatters winger Luke Rooney blasted the decision to send him off against Swindon last Tuesday as ‘ridiculous’.
Hatters boss John Still believes that tomorrow’s opponents Bury will be one the teams to challenge for promotion this season.
Hatters boss John Still doesn’t expect to have Paul Connolly, Alex Lawless, Jonathan Smith or Shaun Whalley fit for tomorrow night’s visit of Bury in League Two.
Mark Tyler: 7.5 - Helpless to prevent Tubbs’ strike, but made some important stops, most notably in the second period.
Luton Town fell to defeat in their League Two encounter against AFC Wimbledon on Saturday.
AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley reflected on a ‘very good day’ as his side picked up their first win of the season with a 1-0 triumph at Kenilworth Road on Saturday.
Hatters boss John Still is looking for the final piece of the jigsaw after his team slipped to a 1-0 defeat against AFC Wimbledon at Kenilworth Road on Saturday.
Luton Town 0 AFC Wimbledon 1
Luton Town have made two changes to their side for their opening home League Two against AFC Wimbledon this afternoon.
Hatters boss John Still is fully confident his side can cope with the AFC Wimbledon forward duo of Matt Tubbs and Adebayo Akinfenwa this afternoon.
Hatters boss John Still has warned Town’s players to suffer another ‘Braintree moment’ against AFC Wimbledon today.
AFC Wimbledon will be hoping for a far, far better showing in League Two this season.
Hatters boss John Still has confirmed Luke Guttridge is fully fit for Town’s first home League Two clash against AFC Wimbledon tomorrow.
Hatters boss John Still believes the rules need to be changed after Luke Rooney will be banned for his side’s home game against AFC Wimbledon on Saturday.
Hatters winger Dave Martin has joined Conference side Bristol Rovers on loan until January.
Clean sheets will be the order of the day for Hatters defender Paul Connolly this season.
Hatters striker Lee Angol scored twice as Boreham Wood hammered Hemel Hempstead Town 6-0 in the Conference South on Tuesday night.
Town boss John Still declared himself ‘chuffed’ with Town’s new 3-5-2 formation he trialled in the midweek Capital One Cup defeat to Swindon Town.
Hatters midfielder Jim Stevenson has vowed to have no regrets this season.
Long-serving midfielder Jake Howells has been left impressed by the transfer dealings of boss John Still in the summer.
Striker Mark Cullen believes he is more than capable of filling the boots vacated by Andre Gray’s move to Brentford this summer.
Luton captain Steve McNulty claims that the side’s strong League Cup showing against Swindon proves that the Hatters are ready to challenge for successive promotions, writes Sam Price.
Luton Town have confirmed former Banbury United winger Kyan Isaac has signed a one year deal at Kenilworth Road.
Luton Town’s development side were too strong for Crystal Palace U21s as they triumphed 3-0 in a friendly this afternoon.
Hatters boss John Still felt that winger Luke Rooney was hard done by after his late red card for an alleged dive against Swindon on Tuesday night.
Luton Town were knocked out of the Capital One Cup after a 2-1 defeat to League One Swindon Town on Tuesday night.
Mark Tyler: 6.5 - Dealt well with a series of shots from range and made a smart near post save, but stood little chance with Michael Smith’s incisive finishing.
Luton Town were knocked out of the Capital One Cup in controversial fashion with a 2-1 first round defeat against Swindon Town this evening.
Swindon Town enjoyed the perfect start to League One at the weekend, as they saw off Scunthorpe United 3-1 at the County Ground.
Luton boss John Still says his side cannot wait for tonight’s League Cup clash with Swindon Town, and the chance to play in front of their own fans for the first time since their return to the Football League.
Striker Paul Benson believes that Tuesday night’s Capital One Cup tie against his former side Swindon Town will be a good gauge for the Hatters.
Hatters boss John Still will mull over whether to make any changes to his side for tomorrow night’s Capital One Cup clash against Swindon Town at Kenilworth Road.
Carlisle United Graham Kavanagh criticised his side’s first half performance as they lost their opening day League Two clash against Luton Town at the weekend.
Luton Town enjoyed a winning return to life in League Two with a 1-0 victory at Carlisle United on Saturday.
Mark Tyler: 7 - One blemish apart when he was almost caught out by Gary Dicker, it was an authorative display from Town’s keeper.
Hatters boss John Still was elated after his side won their opening League Two fixture of the season with a 1-0 triumph at Carlisle United on Saturday.
Carlisle 0 Luton Town 1
Hatters handed debuts to summer signings Paul Connolly and Luke Wilkinson for their League Two opener at Carlisle United this afternoon.
Hatters boss John Still wasn’t picking out any promotion favourites from League Two this season, preferring to look at them all as potential winners.
Luton Town have sent four of their young pros out on three month loan deals.
Hatters boss John Still has lauded Town’s magnificent support after hearing over 1,000 will make the trek to Carlisle for the League Two opener tomorrow.
Carlisle United are hoping to bounce back to League One at the first attempt as their eight year stay in the division was ended via the trapdoor last season.
Midfielder Jake Howells admitted there was an extra air of excitement around the club as they begin life in League Two this weekend.
Hatters boss John Still is well aware of just how difficult an opponent Carlisle United will be this weekend.
Luton Town boss John Still has confirmed that influential midfielder Luke Guttridge will return to the squad for the League Two opener at Carlisle United on Saturday.
Central defender Steve McNulty has been named as Town’s new captain for the 2014-15 season.