Luton: Saturday night recap, February 25

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During the later stages of the work week, I posted the first one in what will hopefully become a regular feature.

The article, something for the weekend, sir, covered matches involving the teams involved in both the automatic promotion spots and the quest for the four play-off spots.

Part of the article asked for their participation and to predict the outcome of selected matches.

Unfortunately, I didn’t get the initial response I wanted, but as they say, it’s early days.

But how did my own predictions fare, as posted in the comments feature?

Well, as you can see, it wasn’t too bad for me to get 5 outside 8 correct results:

• Coventry City v Sunderland DRAW (HOME WINNER)
• Burnley v Huddersfield Town HOME (LOCAL WIN)
• Norwich City v Cardiff City HOME (HOME WIN)
• Queens Park Rangers v Blackburn Rovers DRAW (AWAY WIN)
• Sheffield United v Watford HOME (LOCAL WIN)
• Stoke City v Millwall AWAY (AWAY WIN)
• West Bromwich Albion v Middlesbrough DRAW (HOME WIN)
• Birmingham City v Luton Town OUT (WIN OUT)

But, the three results I missed were in two win-win cases for Luton, Sunderland being beaten by Coventry and West Bromwich Albion beating third-placed Middlesbrough, giving Luton Town the chance to close the gap to the Teeside outfit if we won. our game in hand, but still retaining a gap between Coventry and West Bromwich Albion.

In fact, looking at the table, the Hatters are still sitting comfortably in sixth place, but a small gap is starting to open between Luton and the teams in eighth and ninth, a gap that would be considerably larger if we could beat Millwall. in that game in hand that we have, a game that will be played live in front of the cameras of Sky Sports on Tuesday night.

Wrapping up this roundup, it looks like David Prutton, Sky Sports Championship guru, has hit the nail on the head: back to winning form against Birmingham.

But the last few minutes made me bite my nails and say a few words to the sky.


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Luton – The Legends Series – Lars Elstrup


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