HATTERS RATED: QPR 3 Luton Town 1

Full player ratings as Town fall to a last day defeat at the Kiyan Prince Memorial Stadium.

Monday, 10th May 2021, 10:35 am
Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall tries to break clear from his marker at QPR on Saturday

Luton finished their 2020-21 season with a defeat to QPR on Saturday, beaten 3-1. Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall scored his third goal of the campaign to make it 1-1 at the break, but two second half goals saw the hosts come out on top. To find out how the Hatters rated on the afternoon, see below.

Made an excellent low save to deny the impressive Willock in the second half when unsighted by Bradley. Didn’t have much chance with any of the goals as Luton’s usually solid back-line was parted all too easily.
Wonderful recovery run as Willock broke clear, tracking him all the way to slide in and block the shot. Had a few good moments on the right but will want to come back injury-free and show his best consistently next term.
Strong first period as he got forward well to support Town’s attack before Rangers had the better of things after the break. Sent one fierce effort narrowly over, while thought he had prevented Willock setting up the third only to lose out.
Town’s best defender on the day as he read the game well, keeping Dykes and Austin quiet for most of the first half. Distribution was good too as he helped the Hatters start their attacks when passing out of from the back.
Unlucky deflection took the ball away from him for the first goal, as he couldn't recover to close down Austin. Might have levelled but for a great save although struggled at times to react quickly enough against the tricky Rangers attackers.
Had a good first half with Luton looking the more likely to score, but faded after the break. Booked for a tackle on Dykes which saw the forward unable to continue, while taken off with 20 to go as Luton tried to find a way back.
Wonderful first half showing as he ran the game, breaking from midfield and executing his passes perfectly. Scored too and although influence waned as Rangers came on strong, will be sorely, sorely missed next term.
Got caught out in the first half when trying to prevent Willock racing away, with Bree getting back in time. Made some good bursts forward in support of Adebayo but could do little to stop Rangers taking control after the break.
Restored to the side for what maybe the last time, but was Luton’s biggest threat in the first half, not afraid to have a go, his shot leading to Dewsbury-Hall’s equaliser. Didn't have the same impact after the break before being substituted.
Another who was a threat in the first period, winning Luton a number of corners, while his pass almost led to a bizarre own goal, also having a shot deflected wide too. Replaced on 71 minutes when Town tried to pep up their attack.
Spearheaded things well in the first half as Town had the better of the game, dragging one effort wide of the target after beating the offside trap. Left isolated after the interval though with Rangers on top of proceedings.
Back from injury as he went into midfield and looked the most likely to help create an equaliser for the visitors with some good runs forward in the closing stages.
Had one sight of goal as his effort from the edge of the box was charged down. Wait is on now to see whether he will offered a new contract to extend his stay at Kenilworth Road.
Came on against his former club but never really had the ball enough to set up any late opportunities. Another who might have been putting on the Hatters shirt for the final time.
Deserved debut for the club after his efforts for the U23s in recent weeks and looked to have something about him, one late break almost setting up a leveller for the Hatters. Should play more of a role next term.