Luton Town vs Swansea City Predictions & Betting Odds – 21st December 2019

Swans to squeeze past Hatters

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Luton Town vs Swansea City Betting Tips – EFL Championship, 21st December 15.00pm

Struggling Luton Town host unpredictable Swansea City at Kenilworth Road in the EFL Championship on Saturday. The step up from EFL League One has been a tough one for Graeme Jones’ side, as the Hatters hover just above the relegation zone at the moment. As for Steve Cooper’s Swans, they find themselves in tenth after 22 games. This should be an interesting fixture in Bedfordshire.

Luton Town vs Swansea City Betting Odds*

Luton Town 11/5
Draw 5/2
Swansea City 6/5
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on December 19th, 2019 at 15:00 p.m.)
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Luton Town News and Form – Can the Hatters secure a third straight home victory?

The Hatters have been in dreadful form lately, losing a staggering nine of their last 12 Championship games. Luton Town head into this one having lost two in a row. After losing 3-0 at Stoke City, Town were narrowly beaten by Preston North End at Deepdale last time out. They were also thumped 7-0 by Brentford at Griffin Park recently.

On a more positive note, Luton have won their last two at home, beating both Charlton Athletic and Wigan Athletic 2-1. In fact, Jones’ troops have picked up four wins on home turf, losing four times along the way.


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The Hatters, who superbly won the League One title last season, are currently languishing down in 21st position in the Championship, two points above the drop zone. Can they claim a positive result at home on Saturday to bring some Christmas cheer to Kenilworth Road?

Luton Town vs Swansea City Head to Head

This will be the first meeting between the two clubs since February 2008

When they last squared off, the Swans beat Luton 1-0 at the Liberty in a League One match

Swansea have won each of their last three matches against Town

Luton’s last league triumph over the Swans came in March 2002


Key-Facts – Luton Town vs Swansea City

  • The Hatters have already been beaten 14 times in the Championship this season
  • Swansea have won just one of their last seven
  • The Swans have been beaten only once on the road in league action this term


Swansea City News and Form – Will the Swans make it back-to-back wins?

Steve Cooper’s Swansea City have struggled for wins recently. Since claiming back-to-back victories over rivals Cardiff City and against Wigan at the DW Stadium, the Swans have won only one of their following seven. However, that win did come last time out against Middlesbrough at the Liberty Stadium.

Swansea have spent the majority of the season in the top six, but their dip in form recently has seen them slip down to tenth. Overall, Cooper’s Swans have won nine, drawn seven and lost six.

Swansea’s heavy defeat to leaders West Bromwich Albion in their previous away game was their first away league reverse of the season. Can the club from South Wales get back to winning ways on the road this weekend?

Luton Town vs Swansea City Tips & Odds

Swansea City to win at 6/5
Andre Ayew to score anytime at 2/1
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on December 19th, 2019 at 15:10 p.m.)

Luton Town vs Swansea City Predictions

Swansea City win: Four of Luton’s six Championship wins have come at Kenilworth Road. If the Hatters do stay up, their home form will have been key. Jones’ men have won their last two on home soil ahead of Saturday’s vital clash.

Swansea’s home triumph over Middlesbrough last time out was a very welcome one. That was their first win in over a month. Although Luton are fighting for their lives, the Swans’ qualities should shine through at Kenilworth Road. I’m backing Swansea to get the win (6/5).

Andre Ayew should be playing at a higher level. The Ghana international, who recently turned 29, has netted seven Championship goals this term. Ayew is in red-hot form, scoring three times in his last two outings, including a brace in Swansea’s 3-1 win over Boro last weekend. Back Ayew to score anytime on Saturday at 2/1.