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21 January 2017

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The gaffer gives his views on Adams Park draw

Hatters boss Nathan Jones was disappointed to only take a point from the game at Wycombe today, with Adebayo Akinfenwa equalising Scott Cuthbert's opener after Town defender Johnny Mullins had been sent off in the 75th minute.

Jones said: "I'm a little bit disappointed because I felt we were the better side and created the better chances. I felt we dealt with everything from their build-up, which we knew was going to be direct and physical. We dealt with that very well.

"I felt we had all the best chances in the game. We scored from a corner, but we had chances first half, second half we had a great chance with Jack Marriott and that would have probably won us the game, so I'm a little bit disappointed.

"But all in all, to come here and get a result against a side who are in real good form shows what a good side we are."

Asked whether the sending off of Johnny Mullins was the turning point, Jones added: "Undoubtedly, but I can't comment too much on it because I haven't seen it yet.

"But we were comfortable, and we were looking for the second and that stunted us. We had to change a little bit and it gave them a bit of impetus, but undoubtedly it was a turning point."

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