Date:Saturday March 4 2006
March 4 2006
So with the play offs looking all but dead Luton have their second away game in a row, this time at relegation threatened Millwall, a team likely to be fighting for points to keep themselves up and in The Championship.
The defeat at Leeds was hard to take, the blatant handball not being given changed the match against us and led to another away defeat, the only positive being Steve Howard's 100th Goal for Luton, a great achievement.
Mike Newell told the Luton official website:
'We are not afraid of going anywhere. Although our away record is not great we have certainly played some decent football on our travels.
'It is not nice for any club to get relegated but they are not down yet. David Tuttle is one of the youngest managers in the league and hopefully he'll make a good go of it.
'They have got players and they have got results at times and with them fighting for their lives, it will be a tough game for us but we don't fear going anywhere. We are enjoying our football at the moment and we have had a decent season. We have got thirty points to play for and until there is no chance of us getting into the play off positions we won't give up.'
Dave Tuttle on Millwall's official website said:
'The team I select will be the one I believe is best suited to trying to win this game.
'I know that all fans have their own opinions, and all I would ask is that you give the team your backing from the first minute to the last.
'If my selection turns out to be the wrong one you can always have a moan at me afterwards, but the most important thing is for the players to feel that you are on their side.'
Millwall have been lifted by Ben May declaring himself available after suffering a back spasm.
Jody Morris (fractured cheekbone), winger Josh Simpson and striker Barry Hayles (both knee) are all out.
If fit he has the habit of popping up with a goal out of nowhere
Luton hope to have skipper Kevin Nicholls back in action after a hamstring injury.
They are without defender Sol Davis, who is serving a one-match ban after being sent off at Leeds.
Still looks sharp and scoring goals (last week apart!)
We might at last get another away win if we can play at our best come match day,but more likely is Millwall 1 V Luton Town 1
Two home games against East Midlands teams:
Saturday 11 March Leicester City
Saturday 18 March Derby County
Written by Martin_luton
Date:Saturday March 4 2006
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