Hatters boss Nathan Jones will utilise his squad for the EFL Checkatrade Trophy clash at League One Gillingham this evening.
Hatters keeper Christian Walton was delighted to play a vital part in Saturday’s excellent 3-0 win over rivals Cambridge United.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones once again paid a glowing tribute to Luton’s travelling army of fans who were at Cambridge United on Saturday.
Striker Jack Marriott revealed he hadn’t been too hard on himself in the build-up to getting back on the goal trail in stunning fashion at Cambridge United on Saturday.
Beating Cambridge United on Saturday was the be all and end all for Hatters boss Nathan Jones, no matter what kind of performance his side could muster.
Christian Walton: 8.5 (MOM) - Kept Hatters in the contest during the first half, with three excellent saves, the two stand out efforts being from Berry’s downward header and then one-on-one. Quieter second half, but still remained in complete command of his area.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones will continue to rebuff any enquiries for his players before the transfer window closes on Wednesday.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones felt he had no option but to make a change of personnel during the first half of today’s 3-0 win at Cambridge United to prevent his side potentially losing the game.
League Two: Cambridge United 0 Luton Town 3
Hatters Town skipper Scott Cuthbert is expecting another sea of orange or white in the away end when Luton run out at Cambridge United this afternoon.
Town defender Dan Potts hopes Hatters continue to show their promotion form at Cambridge United this afternoon.
Luton defender Johnny Mullins is determined to take the positives from Tuesday night’s narrow EFL Cup exit at the hands of Leeds United into this afternoon’s League Two trip to Cambridge United.
Hatters skipper Scott Cuthbert doesn’t believe Luton should pay any attention to the fact today’s opponents Cambridge United are currently bottom of the table.
It’s a very different squad taking shape at Cambridge United this season as boss Shaun Derry begins his first full campaign in charge at the Abbey.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones believes striker Danny Hylton will be raring to go against Cambridge United this weekend.
Midfielder Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu is aiming to weigh in with his fair share of goals for the Hatters this term.
Midfielder Olly Lee believes that other sides will start to sit up and take notice the Hatters after their impressive start to the campaign.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones hasn’t ruled out the possibility of strengthening his squad before the transfer window closes on Wednesday.
Hatters defender Scott Cuthbert believes his side need to be wary of former Town loanee Joe Pigott when Luton travel to Cambridge United in League Two on Saturday.
Hatters midfielder Jonathan Smith remains a key part of Luton Town’s squad according to boss Nathan Jones.
Luton Town have confirmed that a four week public consultation period will now start after both planning applications for a new stadium at Power Court, plus the multi purpose development at Newlands Park have been validated by Luton Borough Council.
Luton Town’s impressive start to the campaign can be put down to boss Nathan Jones having time to get his way of thinking across to the squad according Glen Rea.
Town boss Nathan Jones felt his side all but outplayed Championship oppoents Leeds United during their 1-0 EFL Cup second round defeat at Kenilworth Road on Tuesday night.
Leeds United boss Garry Monk felt his side were deserving of the victory against Luton Town in the EFL Cup second round clash at Kenilworth Road yesterday evening.
Hatters fans have been urged to pledge their support for the club’s new stadium at Power Court, plus the Newlands Park scheme when the planning application is expected go to public consultation this Friday.
Christian Walton (STAR MAN): 8 - Keeper produced some excellent stops at vital times throughout the evening, with his handling spotless too. Stood up bravely to deny Doukara and brilliant point blank save from Roofe prevented Leeds adding an unfair gloss too.
Hatters centre half Johnny Mullins has backed striker Jack Marriott to bounce back strongly from his missed chances against Leeds United last night.
EFL Cup, second round: Luton Town 0 Leeds United 1
Hatters boss Nathan Jones may take striker Jack Marriott out of the firing line as the forward looks to rediscover his red hot form from last season.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones is looking forward to pitting his wits against Leeds United chief Garry Monk when the pair cross swords at Kenilworth Road in the EFL Cup this evening.
Town midfielder Olly Lee is confident his side can reach the EFL Cup third round by knocking out Championship side Leeds United at Kenilworth Road this evening.
Leeds United boss Garry Monk is looking to avoid an upset at Kenilworth Road in the EFL Cup this evening.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones is hoping to make it another night to remember when his side go up against Championship giants Leeds United in the EFL Cup this evening.
Hatters defender Alan Sheehan has suffered a minor setback to the calf injury that has kept him out of Town’s opening five games of the season.
Christian Walton: 7 - No repeat of the error against Newport and looked confident in the air once more. Distribution was good although could do nothing about the winner as left completely exposed by his defence for injury-time strike.
Hatters midfielder Olly Lee thought he had won the game late on for Luton at the weekend, only to see his side lose their unbeaten League Two record at Stevenage.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones felt his side paid the price for not taking their chances and producing a poor second half display as they lost 2-1 at Stevenage yesterday.
League Two: Stevenage 2 Luton Town 1
Hatters boss Nathan Jones wants his side to show their true colours against Stevenage this afternoon.
Friendships will be cast aside for Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu during this afternoon’s League Two clash at Stevenage.
Town keeper Christian Walton has been tipped to bounce back swiftly from his error against Newport County on Tuesday night.
Hatters keeper Christian Walton is determined to maintain his high standards during what has been an excellent start to life as Luton’s number one.
Hatters midfielder Cameron McGeehan has set his side the target of staying at the summit for the whole season.
Hatters midfielder Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu believes that Tuesday night’s 2-1 win over Newport County could prove a turning point for the club this term.
Stevenage boss Darren Sarll hasn’t enjoyed the start to the season he would have wanted after being appointed as the club’s permanent manager in May.
Midfielder Cameron McGeehan believes that his side will win over any doubters amongst the Hatters faithful as the season progresses.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones believes Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu didn’t do anything wrong when winning a penalty against Newport County in midweek.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones believes his public call for Luton fans to help galvanise their side during future matches at Kenilworth Road has had the desired effect with the club’s supporters.
Hatters duo Alan Sheehan and Glen Rea could be back in contention for the trip to Stevenage this weekend.
Hatters’ hugely talented flock of youngsters can flourish at Kenilworth Road under manager Nathan Jones, according to midfielder Cameron McGeehan.