April 19, 2024 2:24 PM
Alex Lawes

Luton vs Brentford Preview & Prediction | 2023-24 English Premier League

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When is Luton vs Brentford on and what time does it start? Luton vs Brentford will take place on Saturday 20th April, 2024 – 15:00 (UK)

Where can I get tickets for Luton vs Brentford? Visit each club’s official website for the latest ticket information

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Where can I stream Luton vs Brentford in the UK? If Luton vs Brentford is televised, then it can be streamed on either Sky Go, discovery+ or Amazon Prime Video depending on who is broadcasting the match



With both Everton and Nottingham Forest suffering points deductions this season, Luton Town have managed to keep themselves competitive throughout this season with a hardworking team bond cultivated by Rob Edwards, despite the minuscule budget and injury ravaged squad that the Hatters have had to put up with this season.

Their remaining matches at Kenilworth Road will be essential if they are to stand any chance of escaping the bottom three and the relegation places. They managed a win in their most recent home game as Carlton Morris scored a late winner against AFC Bournemouth a couple of weeks ago before they were hammered by Manchester City.


It has been a really difficult campaign for Brentford as they drift in the bottom-half of the Premier League table. Thomas Frank and the Bees were winless in nine matches before a vital and much-needed victory over bottom-of-the-table and Championship-bound Sheffield United at the Gtech Community Stadium last weekend.

Oliver Arblaster scored a 63rd minute own goal in that game before Nigerian international midfielder Frank Onyeka scored in second-half stoppage-time to seal all three points for Frank’s desperate side. That does now mean, though, they have eased themselves away from the bottom three and the relegation places, beginning this weekend sitting seven points clear of the drop.



Rob Edwards has dealt with an injury ravaged squad throughout the campaign but he has confirmed that both Issa Kabore and potentially Teden Mengi could return for this weekend's visit of Brentford.

The hosts will be without Amari'i Bell, Marvelous Nakamba and Jacob Brown for the rest of this season with Tom Lockyer, Albert Sambi Lokonga and Elijah Adebayo among those that are sidelined.

PREDICTED XI (3-4-2-1): Kaminski; Hashioka, Burke, Mengi; Kabore, Clark, Barkley, Doughty; Townsend, Chong; Morris

UNAVAILABLE: Lockyer (Illness), Andersen (Injured), Osho (Injured), Bell (Injured), Potts (Injured), Lokonga (Injured), Nakamba (Injured), Ogbene (Injured), Brown (Injured), Adebayo (Injured)

QUESTIONABLE: Mengi (Injured)


Thomas Frank has confirmed that he will be able to welcome back two key first-teamers this weekend as both Kristoffer Ajer and Christian Norgaard are fit and available for the visitors.

Ivan Toney has been described as 'progressing' and 'desperate' to face Luton Town this weekend but Frank refused to comment either way whether he will start or not.

PREDICTED XI (3-5-2): Flekken; Ajer, Collins, Pinnock; Roerslev, Jensen, Onyeka, Janelt, Reguilon; Wissa, Maupay

UNAVAILABLE: Mee (Injured), Hickey (Injured), Henry (Injured), Dasilva (Injured)

QUESTIONABLE: Toney (Injured)


These are two sides that have massively punched above their weight and are performing way beyond their club size and reputation to be in the Premier League. Luton Town have pulled off some important victories at Kenilworth Road and welcome a Brentford side to Bedfordshire that have been really poor for several months now with their defeat of Sheffield United last week potentially finally seeing them home and hosed in terms of Premier League survival. Backing Luton at home would appear the way to go for this one.


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