Luton Town’s push for survival has been put on pause for now as football takes a backseat until April 30 at the earliest.
Prior to the recent suspension, the Hatters sat second-bottom of the Championship but still with a good chance of survival with six points separating them from safety.
But Graeme Jones will need to sit tight for now and hope that his side can hit the ground running when the action gets back underway.
In the meant time, we ponder TWO questions that Luton fans will be thinking to themselves…
Good or bad?
The central question for most Hatters’ fans will be whether or not this suspension of the season will end up being good for them or not?
When the action does return, will they hit form at the right time? Will they slump away and suffer an emphatic relegation? Or will they be rescued by a voided season?
That is one proposition floating around. If it were to happen, Luton would retain their place in the Championship for another year, giving them the chance to put things right.
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Do we have enough?
Let’s suppose the season returns at the end of April as planned and things get back underway as planned: do Luton have enough to survive the drop?
The Hatters have been one of the most inconsistent sides in the division this season. Both over the entirety of it and also in individual matches, often going from in control to losing in the blink of an eye.
But impressive wins against Bristol City, Brentford and Blackburn over the course of the season shows that the ability is definitely there if they can find it.