Although Luton have drawn each of their last three league games, they have come away from their last two matches feeling like winners after coming from behind to snatch two successive solitary points in stoppage time.
After a goalless draw at home to Sheffield United, Luke Berry’s 98th-minute equaliser in a 2-2 draw with Blackburn Rovers was followed by a 91st-minute leveller from Danny Hylton away at Bristol City on Wednesday night to claim a 1-1 draw.
The Hatters, who currently sit in 13th place, have failed to win any of their last four league matches, yet they are only four points behind the playoffs.
Nathan Jones’s men are now preparing for Saturday’s encounter with Swansea City, having lost five of their last six meetings against them.
Luton have failed to score in their last two matches at Kenilworth Road; the last time they were unable to score in three successive home matches was in April 2016, when the Hatters were in League Two and Swansea were in the Premier League.
Swansea’s underwhelming start to the new campaign continued when they played out a goalless draw at home against Millwall on Wednesday night.
Russell Martin’s men are one of three Championship sides, along with Hull City and Derby County, to have scored the fewest goals in the division, finding the net just four times in their first seven matches.
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The former MK Dons boss remains confident that goals will come from his side soon, with an encounter against Luton – a side they have scored against in seven of their last eight meetings – seemingly a perfect fixture for the Swans on Saturday.
Their last three league goals have all come from summer signing Joel Piroe. The 22-year-old failed to nail down a regular starting place at PSV Eindhoven but he is now looking to star for the Swans as their main striker, following the departures of Andre Ayew and Jamal Lowe.
Swansea have lost three of their last four away league games, but a victory on Saturday could see them leapfrog Luton and move as high as 11th in the table