Luton played out a goalless draw with Huddersfield Town on Saturday as they made it four points from a possible six ahead of the international break. Amari'i Bell had the best chance for the hosts, hitting the woodwork from close range and to find out how Town's players rated on the afternoon, see below.
5. Sonny Bradley: 7.5
Captain has been excellent since his return, Town yet to concede in the 225 minutes he has played. Had a good tussle with former team-mate Matty Pearson at corners and ensured Luton kept a second consecutive clean sheet.
6. Kal Naismith (STAR MAN): 8
Shows such composure when in possession which at this level is key for Town to build from the back. One pop from distance skidded wide early on as he continued his impressive start to the season with a solid defensive display as well.
7. Glen Rea: 7.5
Kept his place following the win over Coventry and once again did well in the holding role. Booking meant he had to be careful as the game progressed, but did just that and was still able to provide the effective screen Town needed.
8. Jordan Clark: 7.5
Part of a Luton midfield who dominated the opening 45 minutes with some probing football to try and unlock a visiting side who had clearly come to try and keep Town out. Found it slightly tougher after the break, making way for Lansbury.