EFL: Luton vs SWFC



On Kenilworth Road, Luton Town's battered team will welcome Sheffield Wednesday, who is slumping in the 32nd round match. Will the Sparrows be able to kill the weak homeowners The joy of winning after 4 consecutive rounds from there back to the battle for the promotion play-off ticket. But Luton Town is also hungry for 3 points to narrow the gap with a safe position as well as claim the debt of the last 2 games lost to the opponent. 

Although Luton has a home ground but still has to grudge against Wales representative Cardiff City who is competing in the top group, they are conceded the only goal from Lee Tomlin, even though they are the team that controlled the game with the time. 60% of possession, 10 shots but only 2 rarely hit the target. Two changes will come from the hosts with George Moncur and Kazenga LuaLua all trying to return while Sonny Bradley, Brendan Galloway, Martin Cranie and Danny Hylton are all sidelined with injuries. Luton continue to sink in the relegation battle as they have lost 6 of their last 7 matches, totaling this season they have lost to 21 matches, Luton has seen less than 2.5 goals in 5 of the last 6 matches with Sheff Wed in every arena, they are 9 points away from the safe area. They are the second blunt fire with only 37 shots, but it is the worst defense with 66 goals that is the most worrying. The home field has not helped them feel confident when they won once in the last 5 matches.

Sheffield Wednesday could not get all 3 points before opponent Barnsley was also in the relegation group at the opponent's yard with a 1-1 draw, although Josh Windass had a lead, but was equalized quickly. The promotion play-off spot is slipping out of Owls, winning only one of their last 8 rounds. Alessio Da Cruz and Josh Windass both debuted in front of Barnsley and the attacking duo will retain their positions in the main lineup, while the other two recruits Massimo Luongo and Morgan Fox have both been purchased. Defensive midfielder Kieran Lee and winger Jacob Murphy are both likely to return to provide freshness in the midfield.

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