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Luton Town will face off against visiting rivals QPR at Kenilworth Road Stadium in the Championship clash on Tuesday.
All Luton Town v QPR match predictions, user poll and stats are shown below - along with the latest match odds.
Luton Town, following on from their previous result, will be hoping for more of the same after the 1-0 FA Cup victory versus Reading.
In that match, Luton Town had 46% possession and 8 attempts at goal with 4 of them on target. The only player on the scoresheet for Luton Town was George Moncur (30'). At the other end, Reading had 18 shots at goal with 7 of them on target.
Their latest results highlight the fact that things are going according to plan in the Luton Town rearguard. The Hatters have been miserly, resulting in the number of goals that have flown into the back of their net over the course of their last six games standing at 4. We will just have to find out whether or not that trend can be sustained in this game.
Their prior results show that Luton Town:
- haven't won against Queens Park Rangers in their last 4 matches in the league.
- have not been beaten in their last 6 league matches at home.
Queens Park Rangers
After being beaten in their last game against Fulham in FA Cup competition, QPR will be hoping to turn things around here.
In that match, Queens Park Rangers had 44% possession and 13 shots at goal with 5 on target. On the other side, Fulham got 16 attempts at goal with 6 of them on target. Bobby De Cordova-Reid (104') and Neeskens Kebano (105') scored for Fulham. The game was won by Fulham in extra time.
The strike force from QPR have made hard work of scoring goals over their previous 6 clashes, recording the unsatisfactory return of only 2. In those fixtures, The R's have also seen the overall goal tally of their opponents equal 7.
Pre-game facts show that Queens Park Rangers:
- haven't been beaten by Luton Town when having played them away from home in the previous 2 league matches.
- are unbeaten in their last 3 away league matches.
- haven’t won away from home in the past 6 league matches.
Head to head
A review of their past head-to-head meetings going back to 11/11/2006 shows us that Luton Town have won 1 of these & QPR 3, with the tally of drawn games standing at 2.
There were also plenty of goals scored in those games, 22 in total at an average of 3.67 goals per match.
The previous league fixture featuring the two was Championship match day 44 on 14/07/2020 which ended up with the score at Luton Town 1-1 Queens Park Rangers.
That day, Luton Town had 33% possession and 11 attempts on goal with 3 of them on target. Their only player on the scoresheet was James Collins (20').
For their opponents, Queens Park Rangers got 11 attempts at goal with 5 on target. Dominic Ball (65') was the scorer.
The match was refereed by Stephen Martin.
Team News: Luton Town
Nearly everyone is up for selection, with just one fitness concern for the Luton Town manager Nathan Jones to contend with from of an almost fully healthy set of players. Eunan O'Kane (Fractured Leg) won’t play.
Team News: QPR
QPR manager Mark Warburton has to contend with a number of unavailable players. Charlie Owens (Knee Surgery) and Luke Amos (Cruciate Ligament Rupture) are not able to play.
We’re inclined to think that QPR will really need to work well to break down this Luton Town team who we think should be able to get on the scoresheet themselves in a winning performance.
We’ve gone for a very even match with a 1-0 win for Luton Town at full-time.
Little in this one.
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🏟️ Team Focus:
Stadium: Kenilworth Road Stadium (10,356)
Captain: Sonny Bradley
Chairman: David Wilkinson
Manager: Nathan Jones
Competitions: Championship position 14, FA Cup (Third Round)
⭐ Star Player: George Moncur
Customarily playing in the Centre Midfield position, George Moncur was born in Swindon, England. Having made his senior debut playing for AFC Wimbledon in the 2011 - 2012 season, the skilful Midfielder has contributed 2 league goals in the Championship 2020 - 2021 campaign to date in 13 appearances.