Luton Town v Brighton & Hove Albion Match Preview & Best Odds

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Luton Town v Brighton & Hove Albion Match Preview & Best Odds

Kick-off: 7.45pm UK Time, Tuesday 30th January 2024


Both Luton Town and Brighton & Hove Albion progressed in the FA Cup last weekend and they return to Premier League duty on Tuesday evening when they go head-to-head with each other at Kenilworth Road. 

Roughly four months on from recording their first ever win in the Premier League when they enjoyed 2-1 win against Everton, Luton Town once again beat the Toffees by the same scoreline and sent themselves through to the fifth round of the FA Cup where they will welcome defending champions Manchester City to Kenilworth Road. The Hatters had previously beaten League One side Bolton Wanderers by the same scoreline in a third round replay in the same competition, the original tie having ended goal-less.

Rob Edwards’ men have now lost just once in their last seven games across competitions with four wins during that time and while they remain in the Premier League relegation zone, just a single point separates them from 17th-placed Everton against whom they have the advantage of a game in hand. Since climbing into the Premier League for the first time ever, Luton haven’t lost by more than a single goal at Kenilworth Road in the top-flight and they can certainly cause visitors Brighton a few issues this week.

Of Brighton & Hove Albion’s last fifteen Premier League games, only three have seen the Seagulls emerge victorious although they remain in the top seven in the league table. They made mincemeat of Luton Town in the opening weekend of the new season, beating Edwards’ men 4-1 at the Amex Stadium but since then the Hatters have steadied their ship and won’t be the pushover that they were last year. De Zerbi’s men will be eager to keep the momentum going following their 5-2 thumping of Sheffield United in the FA Cup last weekend but all things considered, we envisage the visitors being forced to settle for a share of the spoils against a Luton Town side who are rarely shut out in front of their home fans.


Back a draw at best odds of 10/3