Luton suffered a harsh defeat to high-flying Swansea City on Saturday, beaten 1-0 at Kenilworth Road. An early goal from on-loan Aston Villa midfielder Conor Hourihane proved the difference as although Town dominated, they couldn't find an equaliser. To find out how the visitors rated on the afternoon, see below.
1. Simon Sluga: 7
Had very little to do yet again after being beaten in the third minute when his defence parted for the Swans attackers to grab the only goal. Distribution was good and controlled his area impressively once more.
2. Matty Pearson: 6.5
Crucially got caught out inside the opening five minutes from a ball over the top and was unable to get back to prevent Dhanda crossing for Hourihane to score. Tightened up significantly afterwards but the damage was done.
3. Kal Naismith (STAR MAN): 7.5
Revelling in the centre half role as went close early on, before his only blemish saw Dhanda skip past him to set up Hourihane. Following that, was a solid presence at the back, with some increasingly threatening forays forward too.
4. Dan Potts: 6.5
Rose majestically to score what he thought was the leveller only to see it ruled out for an offside flag. Had his afternoon unfortunately ended after a heavy collision with Hourihane saw him leave on a stretcher which wasn't as serious as it looked.