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After claiming their first-ever Premier League home win, can Luton Town now serge clear of the relegation zone?
Last weekend, the Hatters battled to a 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace at Kenilworth Road, with Teden Mengi breaking the deadlock, before Jacob Brown snatched a late winner.
Before this, Rob Edwards’ side were without a win in six, but Luton are now four points clear of the drop zone, desperate to pick up more points here, given that they face Arsenal and then Manchester City afterwards.
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Luton Betting Odds
Has any team ever been written off as much as Luton before a ball was even kicked?
Everyone expected the Hatters to go straight back down, possibly even the Luton hierarchy themselves, but, so far, Rob Edwards’ side are making a good fight of it in the Premier League, even if they don’t have many points to show for their efforts.
Luton To Avoid Relegation Odds
Despite currently being 17th, Luton are firm favourites to be relegated, priced at 1/7, while they’re a whopping 9/2 to survive, the longest odds available for any team in this market on Bet365.
So, if you believe in the Hatters, back them now while those odds are high.
Luton FA Cup Odds
13 different clubs have competed in an FA Cup Final without ever winning the competition, with Luton Town amongst this list, beaten by Nottingham Forest in the 1959 final.
Back in the top-flight, the Hatters are priced at 125/1 to win this year’s edition, and rightly so given that this is a long-shot.
Luton Betting Tips and Predictions
To guide you through the 2023/24 Premier League season, our experts will make sure you stay on top of everything Luton related. Make sure you check out the latest Luton tips below or visit our dedicated football betting tips page to see what is available.
Luton Betting Offers
Luton have another season of Premier League football to contend with, and naturally, expectations will ratchet up a notch or two, at least from the perspective of the fans. So, for the 2023/24 season, just look out for all Luton free bets ahead of the biggest games.
Luton Transfers This Season
Luton have avoided spending huge sums on their arrival in the Premier League. This page will be updated with all the latest incomings and outgoings.
Ryan Giles [Wolves - €6m]
Tahith Chong [Birmingham - €5m]
Mads Andersen [Barnsley - €4m]
Jacob Brown [Stoke – €3m]
Marvelous Nakamba [Aston Villa – €3m]
Thomas Kaminski [Blackburn – €3m]
Ross Barkley [Nice – free]
Chiedozie Ogbene [Rotherham- free]
Albert Sambi Lokonga [Arsenal - loan]
Sonny Bradley [Derby – free]
Harry Isted [Charlton – free]
Luton Town was founded in 1885 and is based in the town of Luton in Bedfordshire, England. They gained admission to the Football League in 1897 and became a fixture in the lower divisions, with occasional spells in the Second Division (now known as the Championship).
One of the most remarkable chapters in the club’s history occurred during the late 1980s and early 1990s when Luton Town experienced its heyday. Under the management of David Pleat and later John Still, the club achieved back-to-back promotions and reached the top tier of English football, the First Division (now the Premier League), in the 1981-82 season. Their stay in the top flight was relatively short-lived, but it was a remarkable feat for a club of Luton’s size.
Luton Town is also known for its memorable run in the 1988 Football League Cup (now the EFL Cup), where they reached the final but narrowly lost to Nottingham Forest in a thrilling match. This cup run remains a cherished memory for Luton Town fans.
However, financial difficulties and on-field struggles led to a period of decline in the 1990s and early 2000s. The club faced relegation to lower divisions and even dropped into non-league football for a brief period.
Luton Town’s fortunes began to change in the mid-2010s when they secured promotions back to the Football League, and under the management of Nathan Jones, they experienced further success. In the 2018-19 season, the Hatters secured promotion from League One to the Championship, marking their return to the second tier of English football.
In recent years, Luton Town continued to compete in the Championship, before a famous play-off win over Coventry earned them a place in the Premier League under Rob Edwards.