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Luton Town 1-0 Hull City: beats 1-0 with a goal scored by E. Adebayo

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LUTON. Luton Town defeats Hull City 1-0 after E. Adebayo scored just 1 goal (17').

LUTON. Luton Town tops Hull City 1-0 after E. Adebayo scored just 1 goal (17′).

The match was held at the Kenilworth Road Stadium Stadium in Luton on Saturday and this began at 2:00 pm local time. The referee was John Busby with the assistance of Ian Cooper and Matthew Jones. The 4th official was James Linington. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was cold around 12.2 degrees Celsius or 53.89 Fahrenheit. Humidity was up to 74%.​

Match Statistics

There wasn’t much of a difference in ball possession. Luton Town was in possession of the ball for 46% of the time vs. Hull City that controlled the ball for 54% of the time.

Hull City was more aggressive with 65 dangerous attacks and 11 shots of which 1 were on target. Nonetheless, Luton Town managed to find the solution to win this encounter.​

Luton Town shot 13 times, 4 on target, 9 off target. On the other side, Hull City shot 11 times, 1 on target, 10 off target.

Cards

No yellow cards were issued to Luton Town. On the opposite side, Hull City received 1 yellow card (D. Bernard).

After playing this encounter, Luton Town will have 18 points like Middlesbrough, Millwall and Blackpool to move up in the 10th place. On the other side, Hull City will stay with 9 points to stay in the 22nd place.

Match Events

  • 17'
    17'

    E. Adebayo

    F. Onyedinma

  • 26'
    26'

    P. Mpanzu

    L. Berry

  • 27'
    27'

    D. Bernard

  • 46'
    46'

    C. Jerome

    E. Adebayo

  • 64'
    64'

    G. Moncur

    M. Wilks

  • 69'
    69'

    T. Eaves

    J. Magennis

  • 78'
    78'

    R. Burke

    F. Onyedinma

  • 83'
    83'

    R. Williams

    G. Honeyman

Next matche

In the upcoming Championship match, Luton Town will play away against Preston North End on the 30th of October with a 4-3 head to head statistic in favor of Luton Town (1 draw).

Hull City will host Coventry City on the 30th of October with a 4-4 head to head record.

Luton Town: Formation and Lineups

Luton Town started with an extremely aggressive line-up (3-4-3).

The manager Nathan Jones chose to play with the following team: Simon Sluga (7.0), Tom Lockyer (6.7), Glen Rea (7.1), Sonny Bradley (7.4), James Bree (7.2), Jordan Clark (6.5), Luke Berry (7.2), Amari Bell (7.0), Harry Cornick (6.7), Elijah Adebayo (7.6) and Fred Onyedinma (6.9).

Luton Town could not rely on the presence of P. Mpanzu (injured).

Substitutions

Luton Town made 3 changes: L. Berry for P. Mpanzu (26′), E. Adebayo for C. Jerome (46′) and F. Onyedinma for R. Burke (78′).

Top player: Elijah Adebayo

The player who no doubt impressed Luton Town the most was Elijah Adebayo.

His rating is (7.6) with 1 goal, 15 passes (66% accurate) and 1 key pass. He was won 8 duels out of 12.

Hull City: Formation and Lineups

Hull City started with a 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).

On the opposite side, Grant McCann played with: Matt Ingram (6.8), Lewie Coyle (6.8), Di’Shon Bernard (6.3), Jacob Greaves (7.1), Callum Elder (7.2), Richard Smallwood (7.0), Greg Docherty (6.4), Mallik Wilks (6.4), George Honeyman (6.5), Keane Lewis-Potter (7.3) and Josh Magennis (6.9).

Substitutions

Hull City made 3 changes: M. Wilks for G. Moncur (64′), J. Magennis for T. Eaves (69′) and G. Honeyman for R. Williams (83′).

Top player: Keane Lewis-Potter

Probably the most impressive player in Hull City was Keane Lewis-Potter.

His rating is (7.3) with 22 passes (72% accurate) and 3 key passes. He was won 7 duels out of 12. He performed 3 crosses.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Championship

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