LUTON STILL LACK A CUTTING EDGE
LUTON’S much-heralded return to the Football League continues to stutter.
After romping to the Conference title, with over 100 goals and 100 points to their name, Town’s alarming lack of potency in League Two continues to stunt their progress, as they have only scored twice in four games on home soil.
It wasn’t through lack of trying though as the home side dominated much of the first half but found Argyle keeper Luke McCormick an unbeatable barrier.
The failure to break the deadlock always looked like coming back to bite them as Hatters’ poor record in front of TV cameras was to haunt them in the second period. Having ridden the storm, visitors Plymouth were then good value for a first away win of the season.