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Match Preview | AFC Bournemouth vs Luton Town

16 December 2023

A huge Premier League fixture awaits Luton Town in the hunt for survival as we travel south to the Vitality Stadium to face AFC Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon.

Rob Edwards’ side finished last week with their heads held high after tough fixtures against Arsenal and Manchester City – the Hatters will now be looking for points before the New Year.

Andoni Iraola’s Cherries have been the most in-form side in the Premier League with 13 points gained from their last five games, including a dominant 3-0 win at Old Trafford last weekend.

A visiting supporters' guide for our fans travelling to the Vitality Stadium is available to read.


The opposition

Bournemouth manager Andoni Iraola.

Bournemouth appointed former Rayo Vallecano manager Iraola this summer after Gary O’Neil steered the Cherries to Premier League safety in their return to the top-flight.

Iraola’s side have earned 16 points over their last seven Premier League games, having been winless in 13 before this. Since their first game in this run in October, only Liverpool have earned more Premier League points than the Cherries.

Bournemouth have kept clean sheets in both of their last two Premier League games, but they have never won three in a row without conceding in the top-flight.

Dominic Solanke has scored four goals in his last five Premier League games. However, Bournemouth’s number nine has never scored in consecutive top-flight appearances.

The Cherries have won just one of their last six league games against the Hatters. This is the first ever top-flight meeting between the sides.


Team news

Gabe Osho celebrating his goal against Arsenal with Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu and Elijah Adebayo.

Edwards will welcome back Chiedozie Ogbene, Gabe Osho and Issa Kaboré for Saturday’s game after the trio all missed the 2-1 defeat to Manchester City last Sunday.

Marvelous Nakamba picked up his fifth yellow card of the season against the reigning champions so will be suspended for the game with the Cherries.

Mads Andersen played 60 minutes in the Premier League Cup against Chelsea U21s on Tuesday night, while Cauley Woodrow is back in full training.


Last meeting

Former Luton Town captain Sonny Bradley celebrating our late win against Bournemouth in 2022.

Luton Town took all three points in the 97th minute against promotion-chasing Bournemouth in January 2022 at Kenilworth Road.

A Lloyd Kelly own goal and a screamer from Allan Campbell gave the Hatters a two-goal cushion at half-time.

Emiliano Marcondes and Morgan Rogers clawed the game back for the Cherries before Kal Naismith scored an iconic winner in the dying seconds of the match.


Last time out

Elijah Adebayo celebrating his opener against Man City.

The Hatters almost claimed a famous result against treble winners Manchester City last Sunday at Kenilworth Road.

Elijah Adebayo scored on the stroke of half-time to give the home side the lead before Bernardo Silva and Jack Grealish turned the game around for the champions.



Referee Simon Hooper talking to former Luton Town goalkeeper Ethan Horvath during our play-off semi-final win against Sunderland.

The referee for our fixture against Bournemouth will be Simon Hooper.

69 yellow cards and three red cards have been handed out by Hooper across his 14 games this season.

Luton Town last had a game ran by Hooper when we hosted Sunderland in the second leg of our successful Championship play-off semi-final tie in May.


Referee: Simon Hooper

Assistant Referees: Adrian Holmes & Simon Long

Fourth Official: James Linington

VAR: David Coote

AVAR: Timothy Wood




Luton Town Football Club has committed in its customer charter to providing safe match-day experiences for all supporters regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, disability or sexual orientation, and this applies equally to home and away fixtures.

In the event that any Luton supporters do make discriminatory chants, the Club will work with the police and football authorities to help identify such individuals. Any such fans would then face the strictest club sanctions, including football banning orders that would prevent them attending any matches, in addition to any criminal charges.

The Club can also be held responsible for the behaviour of its supporters, which could lead to substantial fines being imposed.

As a diverse and inclusive football club, we stand shoulder-to-shoulder with our fellow Premier League clubs in supporting the FA’s ‘Love Football. Protect the Game’ campaign and call on all fans to enjoy the game in a positive spirit.

Please email if you have any concerns and to report incidents at a Luton Town fixture. You can also report incidents via Kick it Out's free, confidential reporting app on the App Store and Google Play.

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