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29 February 2016

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All the stats you need to know after our 3-2 win at York on Saturday

• Cameron McGeehan’s goal was the Hatters’ first in 608 minutes in a game at York.

• The Hatters had failed to score or win at Bootham Crescent in their six previous visits (D2 L4).

• It was the first time the Town had scored and won at York since a 2-1 victory in September 2001.

• The win ended a run of nine matches without a victory against the Minstermen (home and away and in all competitions).

• The Town have won just two of the last 15 meetings against City.

• The Hatters have now won twice as many games away from home than they have at Kenilworth Road this season (8).

• Cameron McGeehan has 12 goals this season and 18 in total in his Luton Town career – six of these have been headers.

• Jack Marriott has scored in both of the Town’s last two away matches.

• Olly Lee has been involved in three of the Hatters last six goals (2 assists, 1 goal).

• The Hatters recorded back-to-back wins for the first time under Nathan Jones and for the first time since November.

• The Town have won three of their four away games under Jones.

• Mark Tyler made his 296th appearance for the club, while former York man Alex Lawless is just two appearances away from reaching 200 career appearances for the Hatters.

• Only leaders Northampton (32) and third-placed Oxford (34) have scored more goals away from home than the Hatters’ 28 this season. Tuesday’s visitors Morecambe have also scored 28.

• Eight of the Town’s last 10 goals have been scored in the second half of matches.

• All of their last six goals scored have come in the second half.

• The victory was the Hatters’ 2,115th win in what was their 5,301st match since the club was formed in 1885.

• Olly Lee’s winning goal was the 8,413th goal in the Hatters’ history.

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