Date:Monday January 15 2007
16 January 2007
After QPR's Shabazz Baidoo punched in a late equaliser, Luton look to put things right at Kenilworth Road on Tuesday Night.
Town fans also await with interest to see who Mike will start with up front. Adam Boyd showed some deft touches and plenty of 'bottle' when he came on at the Hawthorns and I for one would like to see a pairing of Feeney and Boyd to begin the match. Dean Morgan is equally at home on the right as he is the left and if Brko sits on the bench, there are plenty of options available to Newell to shake things up should it be needed.
Brian Stein told the Official website that the Town will be taking it one game at a time, and although Blackburn at Home is a great prize, they have to beat the R's first.
He said that he was not saying that they will beat QPR but that they will be trying very hard to.
Bruno there using every part of his degree at Luton University majoring in 'The Obvious'.
Luton will have Leon Barnett and Kevin Foley back in the squad; Barnett was suspended for last weekend's fixture, and Foley has been absent with a persistent heel problem. However, deputies Russ Perrett and Keith Keane performed well in their absence and with a must win home league fixture against Barnsley to follow, Mike Newell will have to decide if it worth risking Foley in the cup tie.
Marlon Beresford will replace Dean Kiely in goal as the terms of his loan deal do not allow him to become cup-tied.
Seems keen to cement his place after Vine's exit.
QPR could be without Marcus Bignot who tweaked his cruciate ligaments at the weekend, and Lee Cook, who always causes Luton problems will sit this one out after being sent off for two cautions last Saturday.
Not much of a footballer but his juggling skills are well worth watching. Perhaps the referee and his assistants should buy a ticket for his manual dexterity class.
QPR haven't won an FA Cup tie since they robbed us 2-1 about 5 years ago.
Luton haven't lost at home since the weekend of 18th Novemebr 2006 and QPR haven't won away since the very same weekend.
Luton's last 5 homes have yielded 2 wins and 2 draws with 1 defeat since that weekend while QPR's last 5 aways have netted 5 defeats folowing a purple patch when they beat Luton 3-2 and Cardiff 1-0.
Steve Tanner (Somerset) He's OK.
Luton 2-1 QPR
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