Luton vs Bury
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I don't expect Luton to lose this match so with a 0 Asian Handicap I believe we are pretty close to free-rolling. Obviously nothing is guaranteed as red cards, penalties etc. do occur but Luton are currently the stronger team and have an immense home record. If it wasn't for Bury's 91st minute equaliser in the 1st match, this wouldn't even be happening.
Luton have won their last 7 home games in the league and 8 out their last 9 in all competitions. The 1 loss in this run was to Crawley, an L1 side which was only by a narrow 1-0 margin.
Luton could bring in Alex Lacey for the suspended Steve McNulty, while striker Ross Lafayette (hernia) may return. Paul Benson, Luke Guttridge, and Curtley Williams all remain on the sidelines.
Bury are not having a good time at the moment, sliding down the L2 table after a good start. They have lost 5 of their last 6 away games and have only 2 wins away from home this season, against the two bottom sides of L2 (Carlisle & Hartlepool). I certainly can't see them getting their next away win against the leagues best home side.
Bury's on-loan midfielder Robert Milsom has not been given permission to play by Rotherham United, while centre-half Adam El-Abd is cup-tied.
Kelvin Etuhu could start in midfield after returning from injury to make the bench in Saturday's defeat by Oxford.
The winners will travel to either Cambridge United or Mansfield Town in round 3.
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|Luton 0AH||BetVictor||1.64||8||1-0 WON (+5.12 units)|