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          Luton Town vs West Ham Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Luton Town once again occupy the Friday Night Football slot this weekend for their first ever Premier League game at Kenilworth Road. The Hatters host West Ham as they look to get their first point of the season.

          Luton currently sit 19th in the Premier League on zero points in their first two games. The Hatters have played one less game due to the renovations on their stadium to make it Premier League ready, but the one goal they’ve scored has managed to keep them above Everton.

          The Hatters opened their season away to Brighton. Carlton Morris grabbed their first Premier League goal when he converted his penalty, but this wasn’t enough to prevent the 4 - 1 loss. However, their second away trip was to Chelsea where they were also on the losing end. A Raheem Sterling brace and a goal from Nicholas Jackson gave The Blues a 3 - 0 win.

          Luton met League Two side Gillingham in the Second Round of the League Cup on Tuesday. Jacob Brown and Alfie Doughty both scored in the first half with The Hatters having a 2 - 0 lead going into halftime. Jayden Clarke brought Gillingham back into the tie before Cauley Woodrow scored for Luton. Tom Nichols scored in the 88th minute for The Gills but there wasn’t enough time to equalise as Luton finished the game with the 3 - 2 win, booking their place in the next round.

          West Ham have had a positive start to the season and sit second in the Premier League. The Hammers have two wins and one draw in three games, leaving them on seven points, just two points behind champions Manchester City. West Ham have the best goal difference of the four teams on seven points, having scored seven goals and conceded only three.

          The Hammers opened their season with a 1 - 1 draw with Bournemouth where despite Jarrod Bowen opening the scoring, a late Dominic Solanke goal denied West Ham an opening weekend win. However, in their next two games, The Hammers would manage back-to-back 3 - 1 wins. The first came against Chelsea, where despite being down to ten men, goals from Nayef Aguerd, Michail Antonio and Lucas Paqueta gave West Ham the win.

          The other 3 - 1 win came against Brighton. James Ward-Prowse, Bowen and Antonio all scored for The Hammers with Pascal Gross grabbing a consolation goal for Brighton in the 81st minute.

          Luton and West Ham have met 90 times in their histories, the first meeting coming back in 1900. Not much separates the two teams with The Hammers winning 33 times and The Hatters winning 32 times with the other 25 games ending in a share of the points.

          However, the two sides haven’t met since 1994 in the FA Cup and haven’t seen league action since 1993 in Division One.

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          Luton Town Team News

          Rob Edwards has a mostly fit squad, with the three players out with injury being ruled out for at least a couple more weeks. Dan Potts is out with an ankle injury until October with Jordan Clark suffering with the same, an ankle injury that sees him out until October. Gabriel Osho is also out with a knee injury but could return next month.

          West Ham Team News

          David Moyes also only has two injuries to contend with currently. Konstantinos Mavropanos and Tomas Soucek are out with a lower back and head injury respectively, but both could return in September, Soucek potentially for the Luton game. Aguerd will also be available to return against Luton after his red card.