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Jones looking forward to stern Iron clash

Luton boss Nathan Jones is expecting a stern test against an improving Scunthorpe United side at Kenilworth Road tomorrow.

Jones is celebrating a personal milestone of 150 games in charge of the Hatters and is hopinghis side can extend their unbeaten home run to six games against an Iron side who are seven unbeaten under new boss Stuart McCall.

“They’re going very well, they got play-offs last year and are a very good club”, Jones told the press.

“Obviously they have a new manager that’s experienced at this level, once again it’s a stern test.

“They had a wonderful win against Charlton on Tuesday night so they will be buoyed by that.

The Hatters’ boss also addressed fans disappointed in his side’s lack of goals.

“If we keep creating that amount of chances, then we will end up scoring.

“It’s not like suddenly we’ve become a bad side or become a less fluent side – I think we’re playing better at times than we did last year.

“We have stepped up to the level very well. Just last year, we were ultra clinical.”

Written by Will Montag

Will Montag is an English Literature graduate of Manchester Metropolitan University. He is an avid reader of fiction, and a lifelong Iron fan. Will enjoys various outdoor pursuits in his spare time.

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