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Thread: Luton v Swansea

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    Luton v Swansea

    It was ironic that Brentford won at Blackburn 0-1 last night with a penalty. It was their fans that complained the loudest on social media about our run of penalties recently, probably not realising that we’d had only one penalty in our first 30 games this season.
    Back to today and our tour of Britain continues at Kenilworth Road, Luton, a 406 mile round trip from the Liberty Stadium. Having just returned from Ewood Park, Blackburn, a 314 mile round trip, in the early hours of Wed morning, we were off again on Friday afternoon for today’s early kick-off.
    Not only that, we depart on Monday for Bournemouth and another 322 mile round trip to face the Cherries on Tues night.
    It’s a a relentless schedule of games that is taking its toll on the players and our form recently, with barely enough time to train between games and plan tactics.
    Luton on their home patch will be tough, they’ve had a week’s rest to prepare for this game and will be looking to get back on track after their 3-0 defeat at leaders Norwich last Saturday.
    Swans have tired legs and need to rotate players to avoid injuries from over playing.
    Key defender Marc Guehi is doubtful after going off at half-time with a groin strain in the Blackburn match and Paul Arriola is out after picking up a thigh injury in training.

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    It’s match time again, here are the teams -

    Luton Town: Simon Sluga, Dan Potts, Ryan Tunnicliffe, Matty Pearson (captain), Harry Cornick, Pelly Mpanzu, Jordan Clark, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, Kai Naismith, James Bree, Elijah Adebayo.

    Substitutes: James Shea, Martin Cranie, Luke Berry, Glen Rea, James Collins, Kazenga Lualua, Sam Nombe, Joe Morrell, Tom Ince.

    Swansea City: Freddie Woodman; Kyle Naughton, Ryan Bennett, Joel Latibeaudiere; Connor Roberts, Korey Smith, Matt Grimes (captain), Conor Hourihane, Ryan Manning; Yan Dhanda; Andre Ayew.

    Substitutes: Ben Hamer, Jay Fulton, Jamal Lowe, Wayne Routledge, Morgan Whittaker, Jake Bidwell, Kieron Freeman, Brandon Cooper, Ben Cabango.

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    HT 0-1
    Hourihane goal on 3 mins after a breakaway and cross by Dhanda.
    Luton had a goal disallowed for offside and look dangerous on the break

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    FT 0-1
    Luton the better side but couldn’t score, we held on.
    At the end of the day another win, and we take it one game at a time.

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