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.
1. Simon Sluga: 7
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.
2. James Bree: 6.5
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.
3. Kal Naismith: 6.5
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.
4. Matty Pearson: 7
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.