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25 January 2022 Venue Kenilworth Road Attendance

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Match Preview | Bristol City (H)

24 January 2022

The Hatters welcome Bristol City to Kenilworth Road on Tuesday evening looking to extend their home unbeaten run to four matches in all competitions.

It was defeat for the Hatters at the weekend whilst Bristol City beat rivals Cardiff City in the severnside derby to move themselves within two points of 13th place Town. 

 

The opposition:

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Bristol City currently find themselves in 16th place and with two wins from their last five matches. 

The Robins could leapfrog Nathan Jones' side with victory at Kenilworth Road and will count on top scorer Andreas Weimann, who has 13 goals already this term, to try and leave Luton with all three points.

 

Last time we met:

Danny Hylton rescued a late point with his first Sky Bet Championship goal back in September!

Highlights from Ashton Gate can be found via our YouTube channel below...

 

Shelter's #NoHomeKit campaign:

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The Hatters are lending their full support to Shelter's #NoHomeKit campaign and will wear the white kit on Tuesday evening for Bristol City's visit Kenilworth Road, with the Robins also changing from their home kit in solidarity with Town and Shelter.

The Town’s ‘Legends’ shirt features the name of every season ticket holder who donated the refund to which they were entitled when the 2019-20 season was suspended, and was the kit the Hatters wore at Ashton Gate when the sides last met in September when Danny Hylton netted the injury-time equaliser.

For more information, click HERE.

 

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Supporters not attending the match at Kenilworth Road can watch via iFollow with domestic match passes available. 

 

Ref watch

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Referee: Geoff Eltringham

Assistant Referees: Akil Howson and Michael George

Fourth Official: John Busby

The man in charge on Tuesday evening is Geoff Eltringham, who took charge of Luton's 2-2 draw against Derby County in October.

He has officiated 20 matches in total this season, dishing out 81 yellow cards and two reds in the process.

 

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Match Reports

Match Report | Luton Town 2-1 Bristol City

25 January 2022

Tom Lockyer and Elijah Adebayo scored as Luton Town extended their home unbeaten run to four matches in all competitions with a 2-1 win over Bristol City.

Lockyer, back in the Town line-up for the first time since the Cardiff fixture in November, netted from a James Bree cross in the first half to put the Hatters ahead.

Andreas Weimann scored an equaliser in the second half for the Robins, after being found by Antoine Semenyo.

Adebayo scored his 12th goal of the season to put Town back in front, stabbing home from close range after another Bree cross.

Nathan Jones made six changes to the side that started Saturday’s trip to Sheffield United. Lockyer came in for Sonny Bradley, who dropped out through injury. Elsewhere in defence  Bree comes in for Peter Kioso, with Gabe Osho replacing the suspended Reece Burke.

Glen Rea takes his place in midfield, alongside the returning Luke Berry who makes his first start since the win over Hull City in October. The sixth change sees Adebayo return up-front, with Admiral Muskwe partnering.

The game, with Town sporting their white 'Legends' kit in support of Shelter’s No Home Kit campaign, had a cagey opening half hour, with neither side registering a clear effort on goal.

Town sparked into life ten minutes before the break, with Adebayo spinning beyond Zak Vyner. His ball across the box could’ve gone anywhere, but it was diverted out for a corner by Tomas Kalas.

From the resulting corner, Rea had a free header but was unable to direct goalwards as it went wide of Max O’Leary’s post.

The Hatters continued to grow into the game as the first half came to a close, and took the lead through Lockyer’s header. After a short corner, James Bree’s cross into the area was perfect for the header to head in the opener, his first goal for the club.

After a quiet opening 10 minutes into the second half, the visitors would find their equaliser. Weimann was given too much time and space after being found by Semenyo, and slotted beyond James Shea.

Bristol City then came close to finding the lead. Cameron Pring’s effort looked like it had been touched over the bar by Shea, but the referee gave a goal kick Town’s way.

On the hour mark, Town made their first changes of the game. Allan Campbell and Fred Onyedinma were introduced in the place of Berry and Muskwe.

Town would then go back in front through Adebayo. Bree’s free-kick caused havoc in the Bristol City area, with Adebayo reacting quickest to stab the ball across the line.

Entering the final ten minutes of the game, the visitors had another sighter on goal. Weimann’s twist and volley went over Shea’s crossbar.

With five minutes of regular time remaining, Lockyer’s return was over, with Peter Kioso coming on in his place.

Seven minutes of stoppage time were added by the fourth official, with Town looking to hold onto the three points.

Late on, Bristol City could have snatched a point after Weimann’s header across goal gave Nakhi Wells an easy finish, but the striker could only find the outside of the post.

Despite the late chance for the Robins, it would be Town who claimed the victory and all three points courtesy of Lockyer and Adebayo.

 

Goals:

Town: Lockyer (42’)

Bristol City: Weimann (55’)

 

Att: 9,202 (586 away)

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Ticket News

Ticket Information | Bristol City (H)

5 January 2022

Ticket information for our rearranged home match against Bristol City has now been confirmed.

Please note as previously advised all Match Day tickets purchased for the Boxing Day fixture have been cancelled and refunded.

All Season Ticket Holder Buy Back requests and upgrades have been cancelled and Season Cards are now valid and returned to the Season Ticket holder age category. If a 'Buy Back' is still required, it will need to be requested.      

Tickets will be on sale from Thursday 6th January to Diamond Season Ticket holders (to use their vouchers). Diamond Season Ticket holders will need to order via phone on 01582 416976 or email ticketoffice@lutontown.co.uk

The Ticket Office hold a list of all Diamond Season Ticket holders and the number of vouchers they have . We will adjust your available vouchers as used.  A maximum of two vouchers can be used per game.  

From Monday 10th January tickets will be available on General Sale.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.eticketing.co.uk/lutontown or via phone on 01582 416976. You can choose to receive your tickets either digitally to enable you to print at home or send to any smartphone. You can also choose to collect a matchday ticket on the day of the game.

Tickets can also be purchased in person from the Ticket Office between 10am and 3pm weekdays. (except Wednesday’s) 

The Price Category for this fixture is now a category C:

Adult: £20.00                                                

Over 65 / Under 22: £15.00                         

Over 75 / Under 19: £12.00                     

Youth Under 17: £6.00                             

Acc Junior Under 10: £3.00                 

Season Ticket holders who are not able to attend can take advantage of the buyback process and receive vouchers for catering units or either Club Shop. (Requests to cancel your seats must be received at least 24 hours prior to the date of the game.)

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