Luton's players applaud their visiting fans after Tuesday night's 1-0 defeat at Sheffield Wednesday

Hatters rated v Sheffield Wednesday

Luton Town suffered their third successive league defeat of the season last night, beaten 1-0 at Hillsbrough by Sheffield Wednesday.

A goal from Owls attacker Kadeem Harris on 54 minutes was enough to settle the outcome in favour of the hosts. Read below to see how the Hatters rated on the evening.

Looked to have the measure of Fletcher in the early stages with Wednesday not creating much. Headed wide more than once when found in space from set-pieces and couldn't prevent Murphy's cross for the winner.

5. Sonny Bradley: 7

Looked to have the measure of Fletcher in the early stages with Wednesday not creating much. Headed wide more than once when found in space from set-pieces and couldn't prevent Murphy's cross for the winner.
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Showed some nice touches when Town were under pressure as he helped take the sting out of the Owls attacks. Couldnt prevent the hosts from getting the upper hand though and set-pieces might have been better.

6. Jacob Butterfield: 6.5

Showed some nice touches when Town were under pressure as he helped take the sting out of the Owls attacks. Couldnt prevent the hosts from getting the upper hand though and set-pieces might have been better.
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Brilliant chance to put Luton 1-0 in front when combining with LuaLua only to miss the target. Unable to take Slugas throw in his stride as Wednesday grabbed a lead they didnt really look like handing back.

7. Ryan Tunnicliffe: 6.5

Brilliant chance to put Luton 1-0 in front when combining with LuaLua only to miss the target. Unable to take Slugas throw in his stride as Wednesday grabbed a lead they didnt really look like handing back.
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Almost gave Town the lead in stunning style, when the retreating Westwood palmed over his instinctive long range effort. Like the rest of Hatters' midfield, was second best after the break.

8. Andrew Shinnie: 6.5

Almost gave Town the lead in stunning style, when the retreating Westwood palmed over his instinctive long range effort. Like the rest of Hatters' midfield, was second best after the break.
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