Luton enjoyed a dramatic 3-2 victory over Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday. The hosts trailed 2-0 in the first half, Josh Windass scoring twice, before hitting back magnificently after the break, Kal Naismith, Ryan Tunnicliffe and Elijah Adebayo all on target. To find out how the hosts rated on an absorbing afternoon, see below.
1. Simon Sluga: 7
Had no chance with either goal as Town’s defence simply parted in front of him for much of the first half. Decent stop from Lees’ long range attempt, but then had an increasingly quieter second period as Luton tightened up considerably.
2. Martin Cranie: 3
Part of a Town back-line that was not at the races in the opening period with Wednesday’s strikers left unmarked time and time again. Unnecessary pass into Dewsbury-Hall led to the opening goal before he was replaced at half time.
3. Matty Pearson: 6
Like many, was nowhere near it in the opening 45 minutes as Wednesday should have put the game beyond doubt, Windass in particular having a field day. Sorted it out during the break though and was back on it for the second period.
4. Dan Potts: 6
Another who really struggled in the first half, not getting close to his man and never advancing forward on the left hand side either when the chance arose. Was able to keep threats to a minimum after the break though in a much better display.