So what exactly have we learned this weekend?
DARTFORD AWAY WON’T BE EASY
The Hatters have almost sold-out their 1,500 allocation for next Saturday’s trip to Dartford but any Town supporter anticipating an easy three points against the Skrill Premier strugglers can think again. Tony Burman’s side did themselves – and the Town – a favour by coming back from 2-0 down to draw 3-3 at home to Cambridge United at the weekend, just days after recording a victory at high-flying Kidderminster Harriers. Four points from two matches against the Hatters’ promotion rivals will have done the Darts’ confidence the power of good.
CAMERON McGEEHAN HAS A BRIGHT FUTURE
It was hard to believe that Norwich loanee Cameron McGeehan was, at just 18, making his first senior appearance during the Hatters’ 3-0 win over Nuneaton at the weekend. The midfielder seamlessly slotted into the Town side, with his mature performance belying his tender years. His tackle in the opening minute of the match also quickly endeared him to the Town faithful. Norwich have got themselves a star in the making.
ANDRE GRAY’S GOING NOWHERE
As if manager John Still’s words in his Friday press conference weren’t enough, striker Andre Gray then confirmed he won’t be leaving Kenilworth Road any time soon. His second half hat-trick blew away Nuneaton at the weekend to take his tally to 17 goals for the season, all of which have come in his last 17 starts. “I’ve not even considered leaving until we’ve won the title,” a bullish Gray told Hatters Player after his man-of-the-match performance at the weekend.