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Match Preview | Bristol City (A)

16 August 2022

The Hatters are back on the road as they head to Bristol City on Tuesday evening for the first of two away trips this week.

Nathan Jones' side will look to put defeat against Preston North End in their rear view mirror with a positive result against the Robins.


The opposition: 


Bristol City are yet to find the winning formula in the Sky Bet Championship this season, with a single point to their name after the first three games. 

They were forced to settle for a draw against Wigan Athletic at the weekend, after Andreas Weimann's early goal was cancelled out by Will Keane.

Weimann has scored in each of their four opening games including a late strike in the Carabao Cup win against Coventry City, eyeing an improvement on the 22 goals he managed last season. 


Last time we met: 

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

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


Ticket information: 

We have received an initial allocation of 1,523 seats for Tuesday's fixture which is an all-ticket match with NO sales on the day. 

Remaining tickets will be available on general sale online, by phone and in person. They will remain on sale until 11am Tuesday 16th August.  

  • Adult: £28.00
  • Seniors (65+): £25.00
  • Under 25 : £25.00
  • Under 22: £21.00
  • Under 19: £15.00
  • Under 12: £10.00


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The officials: 


Referee: Leigh Doughty

Assistant Referee: Craig Taylor and Daniel Leach

Fourth Official: Darren Bond

The referee on Tuesday is Leigh Doughty, who last officiated Luton during the 3-2 win against AFC Bournemouth in January. 

He took charge of 32 matches last season and dished out 118 yellow cards and four reds in the process.

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Match Reports

Report | Bristol City 2-0 Luton Town

16 August 2022

The Hatters suffered a second successive league defeat at Bristol City as first-half goals from Nahki Wells and Tommy Conway gave the hosts all three points at Ashton Gate.

Nathan Jones made two changes to the side that lost 1-0 at home to Preston three days previously, with Cauley Woodrow making his first Luton start in the league and Gabe Osho coming into midfield, Jordan Clark and Luke Freeman being named among the substitutes. 

Admiral Muskwe was also on the bench, having missed out on Saturday, with Louie Watson the man to drop out of the matchday 18.

City had the lead inside five minutes, when Wells timed his run perfectly to latch onto a through ball from Alex Scott and finish across Ethan Horvath.

Elijah Adebayo had the Town's first sight of goal on 16 minutes, collecting a short pass from Allan Campbell 30 yards out and taking a couple of strides before arrowing a shot that went just wide of Dan Bentley's right post.

The hosts doubled their advantage in the 27th minute when Andi Weimann raced onto a Han-Noah Massengo pass down the left and crossed low for Conway to slam the ball in from close range.

Dan Potts blocked another effort from Conway just after the half-hour, then Massengo saw a 25-yarder deflected wide for a corner as City moved the ball about and looked to increase their lead.

Gabe Osho won a crunching challenge in midfield to set Adebayo free on the right, and his low cross intended for Carlton Morris was turned behind, with last season's top scorer climbing high to mee James Bree's corner, but unable to keep his header down.

Jones resisted the option to make a double change before the break, despite Clark and Freeman being readied, and instead waited until the interval to bring on three; the midfield duo on in place of Potts and Woodrow, with Admiral Muskwe coming on for Reece Burke.

That meant a switch to a 4-3-3, with Osho dropping to centre-half alongside Bradley and Bree and Amari'i Bell playing as full-backs.

City were still the side creating chances, however, Conway breaking through the backline and firing straight at Horvath, before Weimann skied a 54th-minute shot from just inside the area.

Jay Dasilva was next to cause a moment of danger, skipping his way inside the Town penalty area from wide on the left and seeing a right-footed shot deflected behind off Bradley.

Rob Atkinson went down in the box under challenge from Clark, but referee Lee Doughty waved appeals for a penalty away, only to soon be at the centre of a call that reduced the hosts to ten men.

Mark Sykes lunged in on Freeman, for which he would eventually be shown a red card, and in the melee that followed, went down holding his head when the Town midfielder clearly barged into his back with his chest. Freeman and Bradley were both shown yellow, along with Weimann.

Town looked to make the extra man count, and Campbell burst through into the City penalty area, only to see his cross flash straight across the six-yard box, then Clark shot high over the bar from Adebayo's cut back.

Cameron Jerome replaced Morris with just over ten minutes left, then Bree sent a free-kick inches over the bar before Elliot Thorpe was introduced in place of Campbell.

Osho twice could have reduced the deficit in added time but for a brilliant low stop from Bentley on the second occasion, as there continued to be no way through the Robins' rearguard.

City therefore recorded their first victory of the campaign and left the Hatters still seeking theirs after four matches.



BC - Wells 5, Conway 27

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Ticket News

Ticket information | Bristol City (A)

14 August 2022

We have received an initial allocation of 1,523 seats for our fixture at Bristol City on Tuesday 16th August.

This is an all-ticket fixture with no sales on the day.   

Away Season Ticket holders

Supporters who have requested an Away Season Ticket this season will receive one ticket for this fixture. Seats will be reserved, then payment will be taken, and your ticket dispatched on Wednesday 10th August unless otherwise advised.

If you do not require a ticket for this game or require additional tickets, please email to advise.

Diamond Season Ticket holders and Season Ticket holders

Due to the late receipt of these tickets Diamond Season Card holders / Executive Members and Season Card holders will be able to purchase tickets within the same sales window.  

All Season Card holders can purchase two tickets per person from Monday 8th August until close of business Wednesday 10th August. These tickets can be ordered online using your unique client reference number, or by phone on 01582 416976 or in person from the Ticket Office.  


Supporters who have joined the newly released membership will be able to purchase a ticket on Thursday 11th August until close of business that day. These tickets can be ordered online using your unique client reference number, by phone or in person from the Ticket Office.

Using the Client Reference number, you purchased your membership with will allow you to book your ticket during this priority sales period.

General sale

Any remaining tickets will be available on general sale from Friday 12th August online, by phone and in person. They will remain on sale until 11am Tuesday 16th August.  


  • Adult: £28.00
  • Seniors (65+): £25.00
  • Under 25 : £25.00
  • Under 22: £21.00
  • Under 19: £15.00
  • Under 12: £10.00

Ambulant supporters are charged at the age-related price with a Carer free of charge with middle of full rate DLA or PIP if required.  

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