Stadium Kenilworth Road
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Luton Town are managed by Nathan Jones who signed a two-and-a-half-year deal at Kenilworth Road in January 2016.
Jones emerged as the scorching hot 1/10 favourite a day earlier and proceeded to bag the job on a permanent basis - beating off competition from David James and Chris Wilder - replacing John Still who was sacked in December, before leading his troops to an 1tth-place finish.
The highly rated 42-year-old had been working at the Seagulls since July 2013, when he joined the south coast club as an assistant head coach to Oscar Garcia. After Garcia's departure the Welshman worked as a first team coach under Sami Hyypia, before taking charge of the first-team for two matches (W1 D1) following the Finn's departure. Under boss Chris Hughton Jones firstly worked as an assistant, before returning to his previous role as first team coach.
Luton returned to the Football League in 2014 after a five year absence. The club just missed out on the League Two play-offs in 2014/15, while they finished 11th last term.
A mixed set of recent results has seen Luton Town collect wins versus Yeovil Town and Hartlepool United while suffering adverse results at Colchester United, Stevenage and Oxford United. Draws against Newport County, Exeter City, Carlisle United, Plymouth Argyle and Doncaster Rovers has seen them show mid-table form at best.
|01 Apr||Luton Town||14:00||Blackpool|
|08 Apr||Barnet||14:00||Luton Town|
|15 Apr||Luton Town||14:00||Leyton Orient|
|17 Apr||Mansfield Town||14:00||Luton Town|
|22 Apr||Luton Town||14:00||Notts County|
|29 Apr||Accrington Stanley||14:00||Luton Town|
|01 Apr||vs Blackpool||14:00|
|08 Apr||@ Barnet||14:00|
|15 Apr||vs Leyton Orient||14:00|
|17 Apr||@ Mansfield Town||14:00|
|22 Apr||vs Notts County||14:00|
|29 Apr||@ Accrington Stanley||14:00|