Luton made it three wins on the spin by beating Barnet 2-0 and have been cut to 5/1 (From 7s) with BetVictor to achieve promotion at the end of the season.
Goals either side of half-time from Danny Green and Cameron McGeehan saw the Hatters to victory and after that comfortable victory they remain 33/1 with BetVictor for League Two title success.
One would expect to see the Hatters shorten after winning three on the spin but the poor start to the campaign, coupled with the competitiveness of the division, has seen Luton emerge as one of a dozen sides with realistic chances of promotion.
There are a host of teams at single figures for promotion and the rest at double figure prices, highlighting just how compact League Two is this term, nevertheless Luton should do better than most and warrant supporting at both 7/4 for a top-seven finish and 5/1 to be playing League One football next season
Plymouth remain the 1/4 market leaders to go up after extending the gap to five points at the top of the table, but ignoring them there are a further 11 sides separated by just eight point in the top-half of the table.
Momentum is key, which the Hatters have in spades, and should stand them in good stead ahead of Saturday’s trip to Stevenage; Luton the 23/20 favourites with BetVictor, the hosts 12/5 and the draw 13/5.
The Hatters have won their last three games, scoring two goals in every game, and are fancied to win just as comfortably at the Lamex. Luton have won two of those three games by the 2-0 correct score and they are 10/1 to win by the same scoreline on Saturday and perhaps the more realistic 11/4 with BetVictor to win the game to nil.
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