Teamwork makes the dream work

The outcomes of their final 10 conferences


Arsenal head into Wednesday’s conflict with Luton City figuring out they will reclaim high spot within the Premier League earlier than Liverpool play a day later.

Sunday’s goalless draw with Manchester Metropolis noticed the Gunners drop into second place because the three title rivals jostle to complete on high of the pile after their remaining 9 video games.

Luton, in the meantime, have proven a dogged and decided sprit all through their first top-flight marketing campaign since 1991/92. Nevertheless, with only one win of their final ten matches, the Hatters have slipped again into the relegation zone and face an enormous job to get something from their journey to the Emirates Stadium.

This is how the ten most up-to-date encounters between the 2 sides have performed out.

Kai Havertz

Arsenal edged a thriller towards Luton in December / Julian Finney/GettyImages

The one assembly between these sides within the twenty first century up to now, Arsenal left it late to steal all three factors after a valiant effort from newly-promoted Luton City.

The Gunners took a 2-1 half-time lead after targets from Gabriel Martinelli, Gabriel Osho and Gabriel Jesus, however the Hatters had been forward simply earlier than the hour-mark by way of Elijah Adebayo and Ross Barkley. Nevertheless, Kai Havertz equalised within the sixtieth minute and Declan Rice finally headed in to earn Arsenal a win on their first journey to Kenilworth Street in 32 years.

Mick Harford

Harford is a Luton City legend / Nathan Stirk/GettyImages

The 1991/92 season was Luton‘s final within the high flight till 2023/24, ending within the backside three alongside Notts County and West Ham. Nevertheless, that did not cease them claiming a big scalp when Arsenal visited Kenilworth Street on Boxing Day in 1991.

Hatters legend Mick Harford scored the one purpose of the sport within the 79th minute to down a Gunners aspect containing the likes of David Seaman, Tony Adams, David Rocastle, Alan Smith and Ian Wright.

Alan Smith, Paul Merson

Smith and Merson scored towards Luton in August 1991 / Shaun Botterill/GettyImages

Arsenal had proven extra of their high quality of their first assembly of the 1991/92 season again in August as they sought to defend the First Division title they received just a few months prior.

Paul Merson and striker Smith grabbed the targets on the finish of the primary and second halves respectively, but it surely was an finally disappointing season for the north London giants who slipped to fourth within the desk and suffered early exits in each the European Cup and FA Cup.

John Dreyer of Luton Town

Dreyer scored Luton City’s equaliser / Dan Smith/GettyImages

Smith was on the scoresheet towards Luton in December 1990, heading in Paul Davis’ nook within the forty fourth minute. He would end the 1990/91 First Division marketing campaign as the highest scorer with 22 targets, however this one wasn’t sufficient to earn victory.

Iain Dowie hit the bar because the Hatters grew into the competition earlier than the long run Crystal Palace supervisor was felled within the field by Gunners nice Adams, who was despatched off. John Dreyer transformed the penalty however the hosts could not pressure a winner.

George Graham

Graham led Arsenal to 2 league titles / David Rogers/GettyImages

George Graham’s Arsenal received the primary assembly of the 1990/91 season, although not with out spending a lot of the primary half trailing after Lars Elstrup’s Twelfth-minute strike.

Merson obtained the Gunners again on degree phrases roughly ten minutes earlier than half-time and Michael Thomas later arrived from midfield to web the winner.

End result



Luton City 3-4 Arsenal

5 December 2023

Premier League

Luton City 1-0 Arsenal

26 December 1991

First Division

Arsenal 2-0 Luton City

27 August 1991

First Division

Luton City 1-1 Arsenal

8 December 1990

First Division

Arsenal 2-1 Luton City

29 August 1990

First Division

Luton City 2-0 Arsenal

21 April 1990

First Division

Arsenal 3-2 Luton City

16 December 1989

First Division

Arsenal 2-0 Luton City

25 February 1989

First Division

Luton City 1-1 Arsenal

25 October 1988

First Division

Luton City 3-2 Arsenal

24 April 1988

League Cup closing