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All the Luton Town injury news ahead of Brentford clash

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Luton Town welcome Brentford to Kenilworth Road tonight hoping to pick up a third win in their last four Championship games.

The Hatters are bottom of the Championship and now in serious danger of heading straight back to League One.

Graeme Jones’ side beat both Middlesbrough and Sheffield Wednesday before suffering defeat at the hands of Charlton Athletic and will be hoping they can claim another win tonight.

That looks set to be tough considering Thomas Frank’s side are unbeaten in their last five and hammered Luton 7-0 in the reverse fixture at Griffin Park.

It will not be easy for the Hatters this evening and you’d imagine that Jones will want as many of the options in his squad to choose from as possible.

One man they will certainly be without is goalkeeper James Shea, who broke his finger in training.

Jones told LutonTown.co.uk that he hoped it would not be a season-ending injury.

He said: “I think the international break is four weeks away. That gives him six weeks, so hopefully, he will be back for the run-in.”

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Sonny Bradley and Kazenga LuaLua both missed the defeat to the Addicks due to injury, while Izzy Brown was absent due to injury.

Jones has suggested that he will assess that trio’s availability ahead of the visit of Brentford this evening and hopes to have them back ready to play.

Brendan Galloway suffered a nasty knee injury in the last meeting with the Bees and he remains sidelined for the foreseeable future.


London-based sports journalist at Snack Media EFL accredited, graduate of New Associates and the University of Brighton

ScoopDragon Football News Network

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