Luton were beaten 3-1 at Nottingham Forest on Sunday

Hatters rated: Nottingham Forest 3 Luton Town 1

Luton's miserable run away from Kenilworth Road continued on Sunday, as they were beaten 3-1 by Nottingham Forest at the City Ground.

Town had grabbed a 23rd minute lead through Harry Cornick, only to see Joe Lolley score twice and Lewis Grabban convert a late penalty to ensure the visitors remained bottom of the Championship. Below is how the Hatters rated on the day.

Story of his season for Town. Made some top saves in the first half and picked out LuaLua in the build-up to Lutons opener. However, crucially allowed Lolleys tame attempt to slip through his hands as Forest equalised.

1. Simon Sluga: 6

Story of his season for Town. Made some top saves in the first half and picked out LuaLua in the build-up to Lutons opener. However, crucially allowed Lolleys tame attempt to slip through his hands as Forest equalised.
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Back on the right hand side of defence and looked far more comfortable than he has done out of position in recent weeks. On set-piece duty as well, sending in some impressive deliveries when the first man was beaten.

2. James Bree: 6.5

Back on the right hand side of defence and looked far more comfortable than he has done out of position in recent weeks. On set-piece duty as well, sending in some impressive deliveries when the first man was beaten.
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Restored to the starting line-up after injury and got forward well to pick out Cornick for the opening goal. However, stood off Lolley twice, the winger taking full advantage as the hosts targeted him in the second period.

3. Dan Potts: 5

Restored to the starting line-up after injury and got forward well to pick out Cornick for the opening goal. However, stood off Lolley twice, the winger taking full advantage as the hosts targeted him in the second period.
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Went close from a few free kicks in the first half, while kept top scorer Grabban quiet for long periods. Fortunate not to concede a penalty with an inadvertent trip and thankful to Sluga for keeping out his misplaced header.

4. Matty Pearson: 6

Went close from a few free kicks in the first half, while kept top scorer Grabban quiet for long periods. Fortunate not to concede a penalty with an inadvertent trip and thankful to Sluga for keeping out his misplaced header.
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