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Match Previews

Match Preview | Sell-out for Town v Palace

24 November 2023

Premier League action returns to a sell-out Kenilworth Road this weekend as Luton Town host Crystal Palace.

Rob Edwards’ Hatters went into the final international break of 2023 with defeat on their mind after the loss at Manchester United.

Roy Hodgson’s Palace will be grateful for the return of key players from injury following their defeat to Everton before the interval.


The opposition

Jeffrey Schlupp celebrates with his teammates after scoring Palace's first goal at Burnley.

Hodgson returned to Selhurst Park towards the end of last season and extended his second stint in South London this summer.

Palace have been in the Premier League for 11 consecutive seasons following their Championship play-off promotion against Watford back in 2013.

This season has begun at a consistent pace for the Eagles, who have 15 points under their belt after 12 games.

Andros Townsend knows Palace well after making 168 Premier League appearances for the Eagles between 2016 and 2021.

This is our first meeting with Palace since the 2006/07 Championship season.


Words from Rob

Rob Edwards applauding the Luton Town fans at Old Trafford.

“Palace are a difficult team, and this is not a straightforward game. Palace have players that could play for any team in the Premier League, they have a vastly experienced manager who has got them in a really organised way of playing.

“They’ve already won at Old Trafford, they won at Burnley, they won at Sheffield United, they are difficult to break down. This is a game we have to target, we have to be seen as trying to win this game so we’re going into this positively.

“We’ve had a really good week of work going into it, it was a little bit mixed with the players coming back from international duty. I’m confident we can get a really positive result tomorrow, but it’s not going to be easy and we’re going to need the supporters with us tomorrow.”

Watch The Preview with Rob Edwards ahead of our fixture against Palace...


Last meeting at the Kenny

Rowan Vine netting Luton Town's second goal against Palace in 2006.

It was a comfortable victory for the Hatters against Palace despite the 2-1 scoreline back in September 2006.

Carlos Edwards and Rowan Vine scored the goals for the Town to ensure we maintained our unbeaten record at Kenilworth Road at that start of that 2006/07 season.


Last time out

Alfie Doughty against Marcus Rashford.

The Hatters left Old Trafford with their heads held high after being applauded off the pitch by the away supporters following defeat to Manchester United before the international break.

Victor Lindelof scored the only goal of the game just before the hour-mark as the Town went home without the points to show for their hardworking performance.


Team news

Issa Kaboré walking out at Old Trafford.

Issa Kaboré will be missing out after suffering a concussion in Burkina Faso’s first 2026 World Cup qualifier last week.

Chieo Ogbene missed both Republic of Ireland games during the international break, but Rob is hopeful the pacey winger will be involved on Saturday.

Amari’i Bell is up for contention again for the first time in over a month, while Sambi Lokonga is not ready but is progressing in his fight to get fit.

Cauley Woodrow, Reece Burke, Dan Potts and Mads Andersen all remain sidelined.



Referee Jarred Gillett.

The referee for our fixture against Crystal Palace will be Australian Jarred Gillett.

30 yellow cards and two red cards have been handed out by Gillett across his eight games this season.

Gillett oversaw our away matches at Stoke and Middlesbrough in 2019/20 and at Barnsley the following season. It will therefore be the official's first match at Kenilworth Road. 

Referee: Jarred Gillett

Assistant Referees: James Mainwaring & Matthew Wilkes

Fourth Official: James Linington

VAR: Robert Jones

AVAR: Ian Hussin



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.


Fan information

A fan at Kenilworth Road.

We would like to remind supporters to arrive at the game as early as possible to ease congestion around the stadium, at the Ticket Office and the turnstiles.

There will be additional road closures around Kenilworth Road on home matchdays.

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Ticket News

Allocation of tickets available for Palace from Friday

22 November 2023

The following announcement is from the Ticket Office regarding the sales plan regarding our Premier League fixture against Crystal Palace at Kenilworth Road.

Luton Town vs Crystal Palace

Saturday 25th November, kick-off 3:00pm

Premier League


Wednesday 22nd November update:

The Ticket Office can advise that some tickets have become available for our fixture on Saturday with Crystal Palace.

These will go back on sale at 10am on Friday 24th November to one-year members (with previous purchase history before 10th May 2023). They will be available online, via the phone and in person.


Diamonds Season Card Holders

From 10am on Tuesday 7th November, Diamond Season Card holders can book a ticket for a guest using one of their Diamond vouchers. They can book via email or, on the phone or in person.

The Ticket Office hold a list of Diamond Voucher usage and will advise if vouchers usage is not available.


Two-year Hatters Members

On Friday 10th November, supporters that have held a Hatters Membership for last season and this season will be able be purchase a ticket for this fixture. You will be able to book online using your unique client reference number, via phone or in person from the Ticket Office.

We recommend you choose to receive your tickets digitally to enable you to print at home or send to any smartphone.

Collection of tickets is available; however, we advise you to collect in advance of the matchday if possible. If unable to do this, we strongly recommend you arrive early to avoid queues at the Ticket Office and at turnstiles.

We will offer postage of tickets ordered at this stage of the Sales plan; however, we recommend digital tickets as a better option due to the time post appears to be taking in some areas. 


Hatters Members 23/24 (with a previous purchasing history)

On Monday 13th November, new 23/24 Hatters Members with a previous purchasing history will be able be purchase a ticket for this fixture online using your unique client reference number.

You will also be able to book by phone or in person from 10am until 3pm. If ordering online or by phone, we recommend you choose to receive your tickets digitally to enable you to print at home or send to any smartphone as mentioned above. 


General Sale (with purchasing history) or Hatters Members (without a previous purchasing history)

Subject to availability, on Thursday 16th November tickets will be available on General Sale (to supporters with a previous purchasing history) or new Members (without history).

Supporters falling into these categories will be able to book online using your unique client reference number. At this stage Season Card holders can also book additional tickets, but all tickets will need to be assigned to an individual registered on the database.

You can choose to receive your tickets either digitally to enable you to print at home or send to any smartphone. Collection from Luton Town Ticket Office is also available, but we strongly recommend tickets are collected before the day of the game.


This is a Category A fixture. Prices:

Adult - £36

Senior (over-65) - £30

Golden Senior (over-75) - £27

Young Adult (under-22) - £30

Under-19 - £27

Under-17 - £18

Under-10 - £15


Prices are the same in all Home areas for this fixture, including the Bobbers Stand. However, the Bobbers price is an introductory price, that may be subject to change in the future.

Wheelchair and Ambulant supporters in receipt of DLA (Middle or Higher) or PIP will pay one age category lower and are entitled to a Carer to assist if requested.


Buy Backs

Any Season Card holder who is unable to attend this fixture is strongly recommended to contact the Ticket Office to advise. We will then release their seat to enable another supporter to attend.

In return we will arrange for a £10 Buy Back voucher (£5 for Juniors / Youths) to be left for collection at the next fixture. This voucher can be used in either Club Shop or at Catering units throughout the ground. A Buy Back request will need to be received at least 24 hours prior to the date of the fixture.


Changes to Season Card upgrades

The club will continue to allow upgrades of Season Cards this season, however, these will now only be accepted if arranged at least 24 hours prior to matchday. They will NOT be actioned at the Ticket Office on the day of the game.

Season Card holders can request to upgrade their seats (for example, if a child or senior is not attending a game) this season, however, if ticket sales have only reached the Membership sales period, then only upgrades to a Member would be considered.

If sales had reached General Sale, then an upgrade would be permitted, but only to a supporter who is registered on the club database. All tickets will be assigned to the individual, this will assist them to build up their own purchasing history.

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