Date: 4th May 2021 at 10:51pm
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Luton Town
0 – 0
Rotherham United

Kenilworth Road


14/05/2021 7:15 pm

Attendance: 0000

Referee: David Webb

Luton Town Rotherham United
Sluga Blackman
Naismith Harding
Bradley Wood
Pearson Ihiekwe
Bree Olosunde (Ogbene 65)
Potts (Cornick 45) Giles
Tunnicliffe (luaLua 76) Wing
Dewsbury-Hall Barlaser (Mattock 74)
Rea Wiles
Colins ( Mpanzu 62) Smith (Ladapo 65)
Adebayo Crooks


Shea Johansson
Cranie A MacDonald
Moncur Mattock
Morrell Lindsay
Mpanzu S MacDonald
Pereira Sadlier
Cornick Jozefzoon
LuaLua Ladapo
Nombe Ogbene

Game Statistics

13 Goal attempts 9
3 On Target 2
6 Corners 7
11 Fouls 8
0 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
56 % 44

Rotherham United got their second point of the week with a goalless draw at a windy Kenilworth Road against Luton Town.

Both sides had chances to score with the hosts actually getting the ball into the net only for referee David Webb to blow for a foul on Jamal Blackman – I actually thought that was a poor decision, although, as a Miller of course I am going to accept it.

Tonight’s stats tell us that Luton had fifty-six per cent possession to the Millers’ forty-four with the visitors having seven corners, one more than Town. They also say that Rotherham had a fifty-seven per cent success rate in the duels while winning fifty-five per cent of those in the air.

Our passing accuracy in our opponents half was fifty per cent, Luton’s just a little more with the Millers’ crossing accuracy being twenty-five per cent and Town’s slightly less. Luton conceded eleven fouls to Rotherham’s eight with the only yellow of the night going to United’s Michael Smith.

Attack wise there were twenty-two shots at goal this evening, thirteen to the hosts and nine for the Millers with Rotherham having two on target to Rotherham’s three with five of our shots coming from outside the box.

We could really have done with a couple of our chances sneaking in tonight – given the date we could have done with some of the ‘force’ – but we will go again on Saturday when we will have fingers, toes and eyes crossed.

Up The Millers.


2 Replies to “Stats Time – Millers v Hatters”

  • what a skillful team you should have won easily,but just like luton you cant put the ball in of luck for the future.p.s. what a good manager you have.C.O.Y.H.[luton supporter]

    • Thank you Jimbo. I think our two teams are very alike. I actually think we’d play better if we made the goalposts at the training ground a couple of centimeters smaller! I was rather impressed with Adebayo last night.

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