Luton Town kickstart their 2021/22 Sky Bet Championship campaign against newly-promoted Peterborough United in front of a sold-out Kenilworth Road on Saturday!
After a season largely played behind closed doors, supporters are back inside their second home to watch their beloved Hatters in action once again.
With eight new faces, excitement is building for the Town's third successive campaign in the Championship and all the information you need for the fixture can be found below...
Darren Ferguson will be overseeing Peterborough’s Championship adventure as they return to the second division for the first time since 2012/13.
The Posh finished as runners-up in League One last term and whilst they were top scorers, their attacking options have been significantly bolstered by the summer addition of former Hatter Jack Marriott – who headlines a host of signings as they prepare for life in the second division.
History suggests that games between the two sides are often close, with more draws than wins for either side since their first meeting in 1963.
Last time we met:
The Hatters were 4-0 victors en route to the League One title in 2019 – thanks to a hat-trick from James Collins and a Luke Berry strike – the first win under interim boss Mick Harford.
Follow the action:
- Key match updates via our official Twitter feed
- Highlights of the game will be available on our YouTube channel
As per the news we released earlier this week, the EFL have confirmed that supporters will not be able to watch games on iFollow on Saturday afternoons in the UK.
However, fans can tune into Simon Pitts’ match commentary through iFollow by purchasing an audio match for a single game, a month or for the season. Prices for all three options can be found HERE.
Overseas supporters can watch all live EFL Championship league matches provided that they have not been selected for international television broadcast in a territory that has an overseas broadcast provider.
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Referee: Andy Woolmer
Assistant Referees: Nick Greenhalgh and Lee Venamore
Fourth Official: Christopher Sarginson
In charge of proceedings at Kenilworth Road is Andy Woolmer, a man who officiated the Hatters three times last season.
We first crossed paths in the 0-0 draw against Coventry City, before defeats versus Queens Park Rangers and Derby County – where he produced 12 yellow cards during those three matches.
Woolmer took charge of 31 matches EFL matches last season and dished out 96 yellow cards, displaying just a single red card.