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Luton vs Rotherham: Predictions
Luton welcome the relegation strugglers Rotherham to Kenilworth Road on Tuesday night with just two games remaining for either side in their 2020/21 Championship campaigns. However, with little to play for apart from league position for Luton, all eyes will be on Rotherham as they aim to battle their way out of the bottom three.
A win for Paul Warne’s side would lift them out of the bottom three but level on points with Wayne Rooney’s Derby County. United’s goal difference is much better than Derby’s and given how tight it is at the bottom they could have to rely on that. Three points for the visitors would give them a slight edge but leave everything to play for in their final game of the season against Cardiff City.
Tuesday’s visitors will have to pull something magical out of the hat given their appalling recent record which has them slumped in 22nd place of the Championship table. The Millers have just one league win to their name in their last 10 games which has been disastrous to their survival hopes.
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Luton vs Rotherham: Match Stats
The Hatters may be in a much more favourable position than Rotherham going into the game, however, they have experienced some defensive frailties of late. In five of their last seven games, Luton have conceded at least once. A lack of consistency has hurt Luton this season with a defeat against Derby County followed just a few weeks later by a shock victory against the promoted Watford.
In six of Rotherham’s last eight games, the games has finished with under 2.5 goals which will frustrate Warne as he knows just how close his side has come to picking up a few more points which would have certainly boosted their hopes of survival. The previous meeting between these sides also finished with under 2.5 goals with the Hatters snatching a 1-0 victory.