LU­TON STILL LACK A CUT­TING EDGE

The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE TWO -

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.

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