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08 October 2022 Venue The Hawthorns Attendance

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Match Previews

Match Preview | West Brom (A)

7 October 2022

Luton Town head to West Brom looking for a fourth consecutive away win that could see them move up into the play-off positions.

Now four unbeaten following the midweek draw against Huddersfield Town, the Hatters are one point outside of the top six in ninth position. 

The Baggies, meanwhile, will be desperate to respond positively to consecutive defeats against Swansea City and Preston North End.


The opposition: 

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West Brom have struggled for form in the Championship this season with just one win to their name and now find themselves in the relegation zone.

Whilst form suggests one thing, the Baggies lead the way in the division for expected goals and they will hope to get back to winning ways as soon as possible.

Striker Karlan Grant is their top scorer with four goals this term, whilst creative winger Grady Diangana - who scored two goals against Luton back in August 2019 - has five goal contributions to his name so far this season. 


Last time we met: 

Cameron Jerome and Allan Campbell scored in a brilliant 2-0 win against West Brom back in February, moving the Hatters to within two points of the play-off positions. 

A win at The Hawthorns has proved somewhat more elusive however, with Luton last recording a victory there in 1996.


Ticket information: 

The ticket office would like to advise that tickets are still available for our fixture with West Brom on Saturday.

Tickets will be available by phone only from the ticket office on 01582 416 976. These can be purchased until midday on Friday 7th October.

If collecting tickets from Luton, they can be collected between 10am-5pm Friday or 9-12am Saturday morning.  

  • Adult: £25.00
  • Disabled: £15.00
  • Seniors (65+) : £20.00
  • Young Adult (20-25) : £15.00
  • Under 20’s (17-19) : £10.00
  • Under 17’s : £5.00


Travel to The Hawthorns

There will be no rail services calling at The Hawthorns on Saturday owing to a strike, so an alternative mode of transport is advised.

For supporters driving to the Hawthorns on Saturday, there is off-site parking available at Wattville Primary School and Mercure Hotel - both with Park and Walk options. 

Wattville Primary School Park & Walk - £10.00

Mercure Hotel - Park & Walk - £10.00

To learn more via their social media accounts: 

West Brom do highly recommend that customers pre-book their parking in a safe car park, to avoid any parking fines, especially if they aren't familiar with the area.

How to follow: 

  • Text updates on the Match Centre
  • Twitter and Facebook updates
  • Listen live on iFollow Hatters

For supporters who want to watch or listen to all available iFollow matches this season and have access to exclusive content, including pre-match press conferences and player interviews, subscription details can be found HERE.

Simon Pitts is on iFollow Hatters commentary and audio match passes are available for every match for £2.50.


The officials: 

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Referee: David Webb

Assistant Referees: Nigel Lugg and Matthew Smith

Fourth Official: Charles Breakspear

The referee on Saturday afternoon is David Webb who was in charge when Luton were hosts against Sheffield United in August. 

He has officiated 11 matches so far this campaign, the majority of which in the Sky Bet Championship, and has shown 29 yellow cards in that period.

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Match Reports

Report | West Bromwich Albion 0-0 Luton Town

8 October 2022

The Hatters' unbeaten run extended to five matches with a goalless draw at struggling West Bromwich Albion this afternoon.

The draw meant the Town's winning run on the road came to an end, after three successive victories at Swansea, Cardiff and Hull leading into the trip to the West Midlands.

But the point made it just one defeat in the last nine matches and maintained the ninth place Town occupied at kick-off, three points off the play-offs, with a third clean sheet in four matches.

Manager Nathan Jones made one change from the midweek draw with Huddersfield, captain Sonny Bradley returning to the starting line-up for the first time since the 2-2 draw with Coventry City last month, replacing Fred Onyedinma who was named on the bench.

Luke Berry and Luke Freeman were back in the matchday squad after recovering from injury, replacing youngsters Casey Pettit and Zack Nelson on the substitutes' bench.

The hosts started brightly, Brandon Thomas-Asante hitting the side-netting from close range inside the opening minute before Martin Kelly headed wide at the far post from the game's first corner soon after.

Ethan Horvath had to dive low to his left to keep out a Jed Wallace effort after quarter-of-an-hour, but the Hatters began to make inroads, James Bree twice sending in dangerous crosses from the right, the second leading to Henri Lansbury driving in a corner that Dan Potts headed at goal, only for Okay Yokuslu to clear off the line.

Thomas-Asante hit the post with a low shot on the turn as the Hatters managed to clear a 25th-minute corner only as far as the edge of the box, and Town were fortunate not to be behind.

The Championship's player of the month for September, Carlton Morris, had his first sight of goal in the 33rd minute when strike partner Adebayo slipped him in on the right side of the penalty area, but his shot found the outside of the side netting.

The scoreline remained blank heading into the break, and it was the Baggies who came out of the blocks quickest in the second half too, Thomas-Asante setting Conor Townsend up for a left-footed shot that Horvath tipped round his near post.

Dara O'Shea headed a Grady Diangana corner onto the roof of the net, and the Hatters then threatened briefly, but Clark couldn't connect cleanly when attempting to volley Bree's cross goalward.

Bradley became the first player to be shown a yellow card for a 57th-minute foul on Thomas-Asante, then Yokuslu soon joined him for a late challenge on Morris.

Town came closest when Clark fed Adebayo in the box on 67 minutes, and the striker's shot deflected up off O'Shea's leg, forcing a backpedalling Alex Palmer - one of Town's emergency loan goalkeepers last season - to tip over his bar.

Jones made his first change with just over 20 minutes remaining, introducing Harry Cornick in place of Morris, but it was Adebayo who had the Town's next effort on goal, his own flick-on rolling back into his path from Erik Pieters' poor touch, but the 25-yard side-footed shot was comfortable for Palmer to gather.

The keeper was in the right place to hold onto Potts' left-footed volley from Cornick's long throw on 79 minutes, and the Hatters could not find a way through in the closing stages, while remaining comfortable at the other end as home fans vented their anger towards their own manager, Steve Bruce.

Attendance: 21,550 (1,385 Hatters)

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Ticket News

Ticket information | West Brom (A)

6 October 2022

The ticket office would like to advise that tickets are still available for our fixture with West Brom on Saturday.

Tickets will be available by phone only from the ticket office on 01582 416 976. These can be purchased until 5pm today and between 10am-12noon tomorrow.

If collecting tickets from Luton they can be collected between 10am-5pm Friday or 9-12am Saturday morning.   


  • Adult: £25.00
  • Disabled: £15.00
  • Seniors (65+) : £20.00
  • Young Adult (20-25) : £15.00
  • Under 20’s (17-19) : £10.00
  • Under 17’s : £5.00

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