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Luton v Swansea City Live Streaming – Watch Lunchtime Kenilworth Road fixture from 12:15

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Luton Town take on third placed Swansea City in the early lunchtime kick off in the Championship with the Swans looking to keep the pace on up at the top of the table.

This one kicks off at Kenilworth Road at 12.15 lunchtime.

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Steve Cooper’s Swansea side have struggled of late for form but are digging out the results.

Two injury time penalties from Andre Ayew secured wins over Middlesbrough and Stoke City, and another Ayew penalty midweek gave the Welsh side another point to take back to the Liberty Stadium.

The Swans are ideally placed in the table, currently in third place on goal difference with second placed Watford, but they do have a game in hand.

Three points today would put Steve Cooper’s side in a strong position as we enter the final part of the season.

Luton Town look seemingly safe, currently sitting in 16th place in the Championship and 12 points off the relegation zone.

What are the odds on Luton v Swansea?

The Hatters are 5/2 to win at home today, while Swansea can be backed at 6/5 to take all three points back to Wales.

This will certainly be of interest to punters but there may be better value elsewhere.

Luton are slow starters to games – in fact they’ve failed to score in the first half in ten of their last 12 games in the Championship. Back Swansea to be winning at half time and full time at 11/4.

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