All the odds as Hatters travel to Salisbury

Luton continue to dominate all those before them in the Skrill Premier and made it seven wins on the spin with a 3-0 defeat of Alfreton at the weekend, manager John Still delighted with the progress the Hatters continue to make as promotion draws ever closer.

By The Newsroom
Saturday, 8th March 2014, 8:00 am
Luton Town FC. Stock images.
Luton Town FC. Stock images.

The defeat of the Reds made it four consecutive wins to nil, scoring 20 goals along the way and there is quite frankly no hotter team anywhere in football at present.

BetVictor have all but admitted defeat in betting for the title – it’s already gone to Luton.

They are 1/66 ON to go up in top spot and are 1/200 ON to be playing in League Two next season; let the bunting begin.

Andre Gray has got his name on the scoresheet for the six successive games, netting 11 times to send his tally for the season on to 25 and he is now 1/6 to be the Conference Premier’s leading goalscorer.

Team-mate’s Paul Benson (40/1) and Luke Guttridge (100/1) have been far from disgraced with their tallies of 15 and 13 respectively however it will be hard to peg back Gray, injury-permitting.

Conference Premier Top Goalscorer prices from BetVictor: Andre Gray 1/6, Lee Gregory 7/1, Brett Williams 12/1, Ben Tomlinson 16/1, 40/1 Bar.

Luton have trips to both Salisbury and Cambridge inside four days, in a crucial week that could well and truly seal promotion for Still’s side.

Salisbury are on the cusp of the play-off places but were turned however at Grimsby last week, whilst Cambridge were labelled as Luton’s biggest danger to the title, before well and truly being put in their place in the New Year.

The U’s form has tailed off with Richard Money’s men chasing success in the FA Trophy; Cambridge 2/9 to come out on top over Gosport Borough at Wembley on March 23rd. They are still fancied for promotion however and are the 2/1 second favourites with BetVictor behind a Luton (1/200) side that are again, home and hosed.

BetVictor make the Hatters 3/5 favourites for the trip to Salisbury, a side that will have had their confidence rocked by the slip-up last week and have now lost two of their last three; the Whites 19/5 and the draw 3/1

Luton are 29/20 to keep a clean sheet and 15/8 to win the game to nil, both would be for the fifth game in succession; do those prices look a little steep? Gray is seeks to build on his tremendous goalscoring record this season (25 in his last 23 games) and is 14/5 to open the scoring and 4/6 to net anytime.

For all the latest odds go to BetVictor.com.