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David Prutton predicts score outcome as Luton Town host Middlesbrough



Nathan Jones will be hoping to see a reaction from his Luton Town team when they host Middlesbrough tonight, following a poor performance and subsequent 2-0 result at Preston North End on Saturday.

The Hatters, who did sit in the Championship play-offs prior to the defeat at the weekend, dropped back down to 10th place. 

Luton are unbeaten at home since their 5-0 loss to Birmingham City back in August, a game that remains their only defeat at Kenilworth Road all season. 

Looking to disrupt a five-game unbeaten run on home soil is Middlesbrough, who like Luton, were thrown out of the play-offs because of a 2-0 defeat at the weekend. 

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Middlesbrough are yet to beat a side in the current top 12 in the Championship but had won their last three games before Saturday’s clash with Birmingham City. 

David Prutton has predicted that tonight’s game will finish 2-2 in his Sky Sports column. 

The verdict 

Luton have been strong at Kenilworth Road since their disappointment against Birmingham, and whilst Middlesbrough have won four of their last six, they will be viewing this as another opportunity to strengthen a play-off push. 

Equally, Middlesbrough will see this as a chance to strengthen their play-off bid but know they have to improve their record against teams around them. 

Both teams have endured similar starts to the season, making a draw of some sort the most likely outcome from tonight’s clash. 

Luton will be looking to turn Kenilworth Road into a fortress as this season progresses and they will be hoping to extend their unbeaten home record to six tonight. 

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