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26 November 2015

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The Town lost 4-3 at home to Carlisle on Tuesday night. Here are the stats you that you (might not) need to know...

• It was the 30th time the Hatters have lost 4-3 in their history.

• 16 of the 4-3 defeats have happened at home; 14 away.

• The Town last lost 4-3 at home in October 2000 when Wrexham came from 3-0 down to win 4-3.

• Bournemouth were the last club to beat the Town 4-3 in January 2008 at Dean Court.

• Tuesday saw the Town score three goals at Kenilworth Road in League 2 for the first time since the 3-0 win over Hartlepool in April.

• Tuesday’s defeat saw the Hatters concede four goals for only the second time in John Still’s reign as manager (only previous time 5-1 defeat at Gateshead).

• Danny Green has scored four goals in nine starts this season.

• Josh McQuoid has been involved in seven goals in his last six games (four goals, three assists).

• Six of Jack Marriott’s eight goals this season have come at Kenilworth Road.

• Luke Wilkinson had played every minute of every League 2 game for the Town this season but missed the game due to a thigh strain. 

• The Town are the third-highest scorers in League 2 with 32 goals – only Carlisle (35) and Morecambe (33) have scored more.

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