Luton Town VS Rotherham.
The point in a 1-1 draw against Middlesbrough stretched Town’s unbeaten run to five matches in the Championship but it could have been more after Glen Rea scored his third goal this season, before Middlesbrough swiftly equalised.
Boss Nathan Jones was left to bemoan the missed chances as his side showed why they have not made the leap to be in with a shout of making the play-offs.
As for Rotherham, the Millers took control of their destiny in the Championship relegation dogfight after netting a late leveller against Blackburn.
Win at Luton would lift them out of the drop zone, above Derby on goal difference, and hand them the advantage on what promises to be a nerve-jangling final day of the season.
Luton looked by far more likely of the two sides to win at the weekend but were restricted to a draw by Neil Warnock’s Boro.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones felt his side’s lethargic display in the first half was the reason they could only manage to share the spoils on Saturday afternoon.
The Hatters took the lead through Glen Rea's third goal of the campaign after 19 minutes only to concede an equaliser within 60 seconds of the restart.
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