Championship: Luton Town overcomes Middlesbrough 3-1 after recovering from a 0-1 deficit

LUTON. Luton Town was able to turn the table against Middlesbrough.

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LUTON. Luton Town managed to turn the table against Middlesbrough. It was Middlesbrough to score first with a goal from J. Coburn. However, later Luton Town found the way to turn the table scoring 3 consecutive goals with S. Bradley (57′), E. Adebayo (60′) and H. Cornick (62′).

The match was held at the Kenilworth Road Stadium Stadium in Luton on Tuesday and this began at 7:45 pm local time. The referee was Tim Robinson with the assistance of Nigel Lugg and Andrew Fox. The 4th official was David Rock. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was quite cold around 3.5 degrees Celsius or 38.35 Fahrenheit. Humidity was up to 94%.​

Match Statistics

The ball possession was identical with both team possessing the ball for 50% of the time.

There wasn’t much of a difference in ball possession. Luton Town was in possession of the ball for 50% of the time vs. Middlesbrough that controlled the ball for 50% of the time.

Luton Town was more aggressive with 46 dangerous attacks and 10 shots of which 3 were on target. Which is one of the reasons Luton Town won the encounter.

Luton Town shot 10 times, 3 on target, 7 off target. On the opposite side, Middlesbrough shot 9 times, 4 on target, 5 off target.

Cards

Luton Town received 4 yellow cards (D. Potts, J. Bree, F. Onyedinma and H. Lansbury). On the other side, Middlesbrough received 3 yellow cards (M. Crooks, J. Coburn and D. Watmore).

After this match, Luton Town will have 24 points like Huddersfield Town and Blackpool to move down in the 6th place. On the other side, Middlesbrough will stay with 21 points like Luton Town and Millwall to move up in the 14th place.

Match Events

  • 15'
    15'

    J. Coburn

    A. Sporar

  • 30'
    30'

    D. Potts

  • 31'
    31'

    J. Bree

  • 39'
    39'

    M. Crooks

  • 55'
    55'

    F. Onyedinma

    D. Potts

  • 57'
    57'

    S. Bradley

    J. Bree

  • 59'
    59'

    J. Coburn

  • 60'
    60'

    E. Adebayo

    P. Ruddock

  • 62'
    62'

    H. Cornick

  • 68'
    68'

    D. Watmore

    A. Sporar

  • 70'
    70'

    F. Onyedinma

  • 74'
    74'

    D. Watmore

  • 77'
    77'

    S. J. Lea

    M. Crooks

  • 79'
    79'

    H. Lansbury

  • 81'
    81'

    D. Hylton

    H. Cornick

  • 83'
    83'

    W. Kokolo

    O. Hernandez

  • 89'
    89'

    C. Jerome

    E. Adebayo

Next match

In the upcoming Championship match, Luton Town will host Stoke City on the 6th of November with a 5-0 head to head statistic in favor of Stoke City (3 draws).

Middlesbrough will play away with West Bromwich Albion on the 6th of November with a 5-4 head to head record in favor of West Bromwich Albion (5 draws).

Luton Town: Formation and Lineups

Luton Town adopted the 3-5-2 line-up (3-5-2).

The manager Nathan Jones chose to play with the following team: Simon Sluga (6.5), Reece Burke (7.0), Sonny Bradley (8.0), Kal Naismith (7.0), James Bree (6.4), Henri Lansbury (6.6), Gabriel Osho (6.8), Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu (7.3), Daniel Potts (6.1), Harry Cornick (7.6) and Elijah Adebayo (7.3).

Substitutes

Luton Town made 3 changes: D. Potts for F. Onyedinma (55′), H. Cornick for D. Hylton (81′) and E. Adebayo for C. Jerome (89′).

Top player: Sonny Bradley

Probably the most impressive player in Luton Town was Sonny Bradley.

His rating is (8.0) with 1 goal, 42 passes (85% accurate) and 1 key pass. He was won 10 duels out of 14.

Middlesbrough: Formation and Lineups

Also Middlesbrough adopted the 3-5-2 line-up (3-5-2).

On the other side, Neil Warnock played with: Luke Daniels (6.0), Anfernee Dijksteel (5.9), Sol Bamba (6.8), Paddy McNair (6.6), Isaiah Jones (7.4), Marcus Tavernier (6.0), Jonathan Howson (6.4), Matt Crooks (6.9), Onel Hernández (6.2), Andraž Šporar (7.1) and Josh Coburn (7.1).

Substitutes

Middlesbrough made 3 changes: A. Sporar for D. Watmore (68′), M. Crooks for S. J. Lea (77′) and O. Hernandez for W. Kokolo (83′).

Top player: Isaiah Jones

Probably the most impressive player in Middlesbrough was Isaiah Jones.

His rating is (7.4) with 31 passes (77% accurate) and 3 key passes. He was won 8 duels out of 10. He performed 3 crosses.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Championship

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