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17 August 2015

Boss doesn't envisage too much change for Tuesday

Despite seeing his side surrender a two-goal lead against Oxford on Saturday, Town boss John Still is unlikely to change his team much for Tuesday's meeting with Bristol Rovers.

The Hatters have no fresh injury concerns ahead of the game with newly-promoted the Pirates at Kenilworth Road as the Town aim to record their first win of the League 2 campaign.

“Everyone’s fit but I don’t see many, if any, changes if I’m being honest,” Still said at his Monday press conference.

“At the moment the three centre halves have done terrific. They’ve been happy and we probably won’t change the system.

“The more you do it the better you get at it.”

Even though the Town were left cursing the loss of two points at the weekend, the manager remained upbeat about the result.

“We played well,” said Still. “The last 15-20 minutes we perhaps didn’t push out enough but I always felt that we were in control.

“But they scored their first goal with a deflection and you can’t do anything about that.

“Then Mark Tyler’s made a mistake. How long’s he been here? You could probably count his mistakes on one hand.

“That’s football, but you have to look at the overall performance and we were pleased.”

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