Luton Town suffered a 2-0 defeat to promotion contenders Accrington to all but end their slim play-off hopes.
Jones made four changes from last weekend’s quite frankly terrible performance against Stevenage. I couldn’t even bring myself to write about that match as their was a serious lack of effort and absolutely no positives to draw from and I didn’t want to just slate the players.
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A late winner from the spot saw Luton slip to defeat against Barnet to put a serious dent in any last play-off hopes they might have had.
The defeat leaves them eight points off with just eight games to play. They do of course have a game in hand on most of the teams above them though, having had Saturday’s match with old boss John Still’s Dagenham postponed.
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Luton Town’s run of four straight wins ended in a 1-0 defeat to Crawley Town, as the Hatters were undone by a soft set play.
Despite missing a host of good chances and dominating the match, Luton couldn’t find the breakthrough and they were left empty-handed, despite all their good work.
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Luton Town recorded a fourth straight win to move within just three points of the play-offs.
Much like Tuesday night’s win over Morecambe, a single goal was enough to bring three points home and it was Jack Marriott on target again for his 10th league goal of the season with a fine chip over the Orient goalkeeper.
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Luton Town sealed a third straight win after defeating Morecambe 1-0. Jack Marriott scored the only goal of the game from a tight angle after being played through by Paddy McCourt.
The Hatters dominated the ball throughout and created some decent chances, but had to wait until the 76th minute to take the lead. Luton were patient and got their reward with a well-worked goal, although there was a question of offside.
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