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The Hatters’ made it two wins from two matches in the Sky Bet Championship after they were 2-1 victors against Derby County at Kenilworth Road this afternoon.
Highlights of the Sky Bet Championship match between Luton Town and Derby County.
Jordan Clark came off the bench to down Derby with his second in successive matches to maintain Luton’s perfect start to the season and move second in the Championship.
Jordan Clark scored a late winner against Derby County to make it two wins from two games for Luton Town in the Championship this season.
Town boss Nathan Jones wants this side to relish going up against Manchester United and England record goalscorer Wayne Rooney this afternoon.
Full back James Bree is hoping his starring performance against Reading in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night has seen him force his way into Luton manager Nathan Jones' plans to face Derby County this afternoon.
Luton will be on Sky Sports twice next month after their Championship matches against Millwall and Nottingham Forest in October were both picked for live coverage.
Luton boss Nathan Jones has insisted it’s some week to be a Luton Town player.
Luton host Derby County tomorrow in their first home Championship game of the season, coming off the back of an opening day victory at Barnsley last week, sandwiched between two Carabao Cup triumphs over Norwich and Reading.
Luton boss Nathan Jones believes he now has the strongest squad available to him since he has been in charge at Kenilworth Road.
Derby County's attempts in becoming a force to be reckoned with in the Championship this season continued with the addition of Polish international winger Kamil Jozwiak in the week.
Luton manager Nathan Jones knows that it will be a massive challenge for his side to get a result against Premier League giants Manchester United next week, whoever Red Devils boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decides to pick.
Former Luton midfielder Alan McCormack has returned to League Two Southend United on a short-term deal until January.
Luton skipper Sonny Bradley knows he faces a battle to keep his place in the Hatters side this term, but the centre half admits he wouldn't have it any other way.
Luton will travel to either Premier League side Brighton or fellow Championship side Preston in the Carabao Cup fourth round if they can produce one of their biggest upsets in recent years by beating five-times champions Manchester United on Tuesday.
The chance of Luton fans returning to Kenilworth Road hinges on the success of the EFL’s ‘return of fans’ test fixtures this weekend says Hatters CEO Gary Sweet, who has revealed why the club had to pull out on a confusing afternoon, yesterday.
Kev, James and Tony caught up with Luton Town Chief Exec Gary Sweet plus General Operations Manager Paul Watson and Communications Manager Ed Smith for a special bonus episode, to clear up some of the recent issues that have presented themselves.
Luton chief Nathan Jones remains hopeful that Town’s fans are back inside Kenilworth Road ‘sooner rather than later’ after missing out on the chance of watching his side take on Derby County on Saturday.
Luton chief executive Gary Sweet was left to rue the missed opportunity to welcome a crowd back to Kenilworth Road for the first time since February at the weekend.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones is narrowing down his list of targets in a bid to add one more new signing to his squad ahead of the transfer window closing next month.
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The Hatters’ made it two wins from two matches in the Sky Bet Championship after they were 2-1 victors against Derby County at Kenilworth Road this afternoon.
Highlights of the Sky Bet Championship match between Luton Town and Derby County.
Jordan Clark came off the bench to down Derby with his second in successive matches to maintain Luton’s perfect start to the season and move second in the Championship.
Jordan Clark scored a late winner against Derby County to make it two wins from two games for Luton Town in the Championship this season.
Town boss Nathan Jones wants this side to relish going up against Manchester United and England record goalscorer Wayne Rooney this afternoon.
Full back James Bree is hoping his starring performance against Reading in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night has seen him force his way into Luton manager Nathan Jones' plans to face Derby County this afternoon.
Luton will be on Sky Sports twice next month after their Championship matches against Millwall and Nottingham Forest in October were both picked for live coverage.
Luton boss Nathan Jones has insisted it’s some week to be a Luton Town player.
Luton host Derby County tomorrow in their first home Championship game of the season, coming off the back of an opening day victory at Barnsley last week, sandwiched between two Carabao Cup triumphs over Norwich and Reading.
Luton boss Nathan Jones believes he now has the strongest squad available to him since he has been in charge at Kenilworth Road.
Derby County's attempts in becoming a force to be reckoned with in the Championship this season continued with the addition of Polish international winger Kamil Jozwiak in the week.
Luton manager Nathan Jones knows that it will be a massive challenge for his side to get a result against Premier League giants Manchester United next week, whoever Red Devils boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decides to pick.
Former Luton midfielder Alan McCormack has returned to League Two Southend United on a short-term deal until January.
Luton skipper Sonny Bradley knows he faces a battle to keep his place in the Hatters side this term, but the centre half admits he wouldn't have it any other way.
Luton will travel to either Premier League side Brighton or fellow Championship side Preston in the Carabao Cup fourth round if they can produce one of their biggest upsets in recent years by beating five-times champions Manchester United on Tuesday.
The chance of Luton fans returning to Kenilworth Road hinges on the success of the EFL’s ‘return of fans’ test fixtures this weekend says Hatters CEO Gary Sweet, who has revealed why the club had to pull out on a confusing afternoon, yesterday.
Kev, James and Tony caught up with Luton Town Chief Exec Gary Sweet plus General Operations Manager Paul Watson and Communications Manager Ed Smith for a special bonus episode, to clear up some of the recent issues that have presented themselves.
Luton chief Nathan Jones remains hopeful that Town’s fans are back inside Kenilworth Road ‘sooner rather than later’ after missing out on the chance of watching his side take on Derby County on Saturday.
Luton chief executive Gary Sweet was left to rue the missed opportunity to welcome a crowd back to Kenilworth Road for the first time since February at the weekend.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones is narrowing down his list of targets in a bid to add one more new signing to his squad ahead of the transfer window closing next month.
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Tuesday 22nd September 2020
Carabao Cup third round
v Manchester United (Live on Sky)
8.15pm kick-off (home)

Saturday 26th September 2020
Sky Bet Championship
v Watford
3pm kick-off (away)

Saturday 3rd October 2020
Sky Bet Championship
v Wycombe Wanderers
3pm kick-off (home)

Saturday 17th October 2020
Sky Bet Championship
v Stoke City
3pm kick-off (home)

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[video] - [NJones] - (a) Reading CC2
[video] - [NJones] - (a) Barnsley
[video] - [NJones] - (h) Norwich City CC1
[video] - [NJones] - (h) Blackburn Rovers
[video] - [NJones] - (a) Hull City
[video] - [NJones] - (h) Queens Park R.
[video] - [NJones] - (a) Hudderfield Town
[video] - [NJones] - (h) Barnsley
[video] - [NJones] - (h) Reading
[video] - [NJones] - (a) Leeds United
[video] - [NJones] - (a) Swansea City
[video] - [NJones] - (h) Preston North End
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Wigan Athletic
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Stoke City
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Brentford
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Charlton Athletic
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Middlesbrough
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Sheffield Wed.
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Cardiff City
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[video] - [Jones] - (h) Derby County
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Nottingham Forest
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Birmingham City
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Bournemouth FAC3
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Millwall
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Bristol City
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Fulham
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Swansea City
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Preston North End
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Stoke City
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Wigan Athletic
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Brentford
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Charlton Athletic
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Leeds United
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Reading
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Nottingham Forest
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Birmingham City
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Fulham
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Bristol City
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Derby County
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Millwall
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Blackburn Rovers
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Leicester City CC3
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Hull City
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Queens Park R.
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Huddersfield Town
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Cardiff City CC2
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Barnsley
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Sheffield Wed.
[video] - [Jones] - (h) West Bromwich A.
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Ipswich Town CC1
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Cardiff City
[video] - [Jones] - (h) Middlesbrough
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[video] - [Jones] - (a) Bedford Town F
[video] - [Jones] - (a) Welwyn GC F
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[video] [Harford] - (a) Burton Albion
[video] [Harford] - (h) AFC Wimbledon
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[video] [Harford] - (a) Charlton Athletic
[video] [Harford] - (h) Blackpool
[video] [Harford] - (a) Bristol Rovers
[video] [Harford] - (h) Doncaster Rov.
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[video] [Harford] - (a) Bradford City
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[video] [Harford] - (a) Fleetwood Town
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