FEATURE: The Luton Town team that last won at home in the Championship

Luton recorded a first Championship home win since February 20, 2007 with a 2-1 victory against Huddersfield Town on Saturday.

Thursday, 5th September 2019, 1:13 pm
Luton Town won once more at Kenilworth Road in the Championship on Saturday

The last success came when Town defeated Sheffield Wednesday 3-2 in front of 8,011 fans at Kenilworth Road well over a decade ago. To find out who played for the Hatters that day, along with who was on target, see the Luton News' special feature below.

Keeper was beaten twice on the afternoon in one of his first matches back since losing his place to Dean Kiely. Made 26 appearances that season, with Dean Brill finishing the campaign as first choice.
Right back made 39 appearances in the Championship that season for Town, his last campaign at Kenilworth Road, heading to Wolverhampton Wanderers in the summer.
His cross was put through his own goal by Tommy Spurr early in the second half to make it 2-1 and once Owls levelled, scored the the winner on 63 minutes. Replaced four minutes later by Adam Boyd.
Made 40 appearances during the season, netting the only goal a 1-0 win at Hillsbrough back in August as Town's win meant they completed the double over the Owls.
Second game back for the Finnish defender who had returned to keep clean sheet in the 0-0 draw at Stoke City in the previous match.
Was playing his fourth game back at the club and first outing at Kenilworth Road rejoining from Town's fierce rivals Watford in a 200,000 deal
After a stop-start season, began the Wednesday game and went on play the next 10 games for Hatters, although couldn't prevent Town ultimately sliding into League One.
One of only a handful of the side to play over 35 times in the Championship during that term. Couldn't find the target though, goalless during his 42 appearances in total.
In his first full season with the Hatters after arriving the previous January, starting 28 games in the Championship for Town during the campaign.
On-loan Fulham striker scored his first goal from the club, turning home from close range and make it 1-1 on 33 minutes. Went on to net twice in eight games during a brief stay at Kenilworth Road from the Cottagers.
Replaced at half time by Richard Langley as the forward's tough season in front of goal continued, scoring just the five times in 42 appearances.
Replaced Dean Morgan at half time, the 10th time he came off the bench in the season. Did enough to earn a start in the next match at Crystal Palace, where was sent off in the 57th minute.
Came on for goalscorer Drew Talbot in the 67th minute, as he made 13 of his 18 appearances from the bench. Couldn't find the net though, scoring his only Championship goal that term in November.
Spent the majority of the season on the bench, until coming in for the final seven games of the campaign.
One of only seven games he missed in the Championship that season, as was Town's joint second leading appearance maker with Kevin Foley behind Lewis Emanuel.
Made just seven league outings in total, with five starts, three of them coming from the final three matches of the season.
Victory was the last that Newell would preside over during his tenure as Luton manager, sacked five games later, with the Hatters second from bottom of the table, two points adrift of safety.