|Luton Town:||Luke Berry, Matty Pearson, Sonny Bradley, Ruddock Pelly, Dan Potts, Simon Sluga, Tom Lockyer, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, Harry Cornick (Tom Ince, min.83), James Collins and Jordan Clark (Kal Naismith, min.87)|
|Huddersfield Town:||Pipa (Alex Pritchard, min.67), Lewis O’Brien, Juninho Bacuna, Ryan Schofield, Naby Sarr, Harry Toffolo, Isaac Mbenza (Rolando Aarons, min.46), Richard Keogh, Duane Holmes (Scott High, min.90), Jonathan Hogg and Fraizer Campbell|
|Goals:||James Collins (1-0, min. 11) and Naby Sarr (1-1, min. 74)|
On Saturday, Luton Town and Huddersfield Town were held to a 1-1 draw at Kenilworth Road. Luton Town were looking to get back winning ways after losing their last game 1-0 to Blackburn Rovers. Huddersfield Town secured a point against Stoke City in their previous match. At the moment, Luton Town are in 14th place on the table and has 34 points while Huddersfield Town sit in 15th with 33 points after 28 matches.
Luton Town started strongly in the first half, with a goal from James Collins, 11 minutes in, thereby seeing the first half to a 1-0.
Huddersfield Town took the lead in the second half, following a goal from Naby Sarr in the 74th minute. The game ended a 1-1 draw.
Both managers used all available substitutions. For Luton Town, Tom Ince and Kal Naismith came on for Harry Cornick and Jordan Clark, while Huddersfield Town brought on Rolando Aarons, Alex Pritchard, Scott High and Alex Vallejo to replace Isaac Mbenza, Pipa, Duane Holmes and Alex Pritchard.
The referee booked Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall from Luton Town. Huddersfield Town had the worst of it though, with Lewis O’Brien, Pipa and Jonathan Hogg seeing yellow, and Harry Toffolo then sent off with a red.