Betting Tip: Luton v Swindon

Luton have been making positive strides this season with them having suffered just the one loss this season, but they responded well to that little setback and they start the weekend inside the top six in League Two. Swindon came out of the gates all guns blazing this season, but they have hit a bit of a wall and are on the slide down the table after back to back defeats. Will they be able to pick themselves up in this tough fixture? Swindon are big 4/1 underdogs at 10Bet for this one with Luton at 5/8 odds-on.

Luton Form

Luton have a positive W2 D2 L1 record on the board this season on home soil they have won both of their games with eleven goals scored in those victories over Yeovil and Colchester. So they have been flowing in front of goal and they will be expected to have enough in the tank to take down a Swindon side who are struggling. James Collins has been having a great season in front of goal for the Hatters and he is a 5/6 anytime goalscorer option. Luton are the joint top-scorers in the league.

Luton v Swindon 10Bet odds
Fig.: 10Bet odds Luton v Swindon

Swindon Form

The Robins looked as if they could potentially be an early front runner for a promotion challenge in League Two this season. They opened with a great W2 D1 record but then things have totally fallen apart for them as they suffered back to back home defeats against Crawley and Barnet, conceding seven goals in those games. That’s been a poor return from them after such a good start. They can’t match the firepower of the Hatters, scoring less than half of the amount that Luton have.

Head to Head News

This will be the first meeting between Luton and Swindon since the 2007/08 League One season. Swindon won both of those meetings on that occasion. The most recent meeting was a Football League Trophy clash back in December last year, which Luton won. In the overall head to head between them, Luton are 29-23 ahead with 15 draws.

Top Betting Tips

The Hatters have done enough on home soil this season to suggest that they can take a win in this one. Something has badly fallen apart for the Robins and their defence is going to be highly suspectable in this one. The Hatters are odds-on to win the game and not great value so back them to win to nil for a shot at extra value.

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