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Kick-off is midday at Kenilworth Road on Saturday 9 January...

8 January 2021

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We would like to remind supporters that Saturday’s Emirates FA Cup third round tie against Reading at Kenilworth Road will kick-off at midday as a result of its selection for live broadcast on BT Sport Extra 6.

Unfortunately, this is the only platform on which supporters will be able to watch tomorrow’s match and you will need a BT Sport subscription to do so.

To access Extra, BT Sport subscribers can simply press the red button on their remote (Sky platforms) or switch to BT Sport Extra on channel 527 (on BT TV). BT Sport subscribers can also watch online by clicking HERE.

As a result of this being an FA Cup match, iFollow Hatters will be AUDIO commentary only. If you are a subscriber to iFollow, this comes as part of your package, but does not include season ticket holders.

Any other supporters wishing to listen can purchase an audio match pass for £2.50 by clicking HERE.

We would like to make supporters aware that commentary for this match will be provided by BBC Three Counties Radio’s Simon Oxley, as a result of our club commentator Simon Pitts having to self-isolate after coming into close contact with an individual away from the club who tested positive for Covid-19.

We can happily report that Simon himself is fighting fit – apart from his understandable disappointment at having to miss his first game in almost four years – and is following the government guidelines, as everyone associated with the club has done when cases have arisen.

As always, you can follow the regular updates via the club’s official Twitter account - @LutonTown – and the live ‘MATCH CENTRE’ on this website as the Hatters aim to make it two wins from two against Reading in cup competitions this season. 

*UPDATE: The Football Association have informed us that tomorrow's match will be shown live in 19 international territories by the FA's overseas rightsholders.

Click HERE to find out whether it is being shown where you are in the world, and by which broadcaster.

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