Luton Town will be hoping they can win their second game of the season in the Premier League when they travel to Nottingham Forest on Saturday afternoon (15:00).

There are a few markets on offer in this clash which we feel could offer value to punters this weekend.

Nottingham Forest vs Luton Betting Tips

  • Draw or Luton (Double chance) – 5/4
  • Both teams to score (Yes) – 10/11

Match Odds

With home advantage, Nottingham Forest are the favourites in this contest at 3/5. A draw has an attractive price of 13/5, while Luton are 9/2 to come away with the three points.

Team News

Danilo is Nottingham Forest’s biggest injury concern heading into this one. Manager Steve Cooper will be pleased to have most of his squad members to choose from this weekend.

There are no fresh injury concerns for Luton heading into Saturday, which will only strengthen their chances of being able to pick up another valuable three points.

Draw or Luton (Double chance) @ 5/4 

There is no disputing that Nottingham Forest are growing as a side at this level and that they did well to avoid relegation last term, but there are still occasions where they have looked vulnerable.

Luton know that they have to significantly improve their points return if they are to enjoy a second season in the top flight like their hosts, and these are viewed as the type of matches where they will be expected to try and come away with at least a point.

The Hatters fought hard in their last defeat to Tottenham Hotspur at home. There were plenty of positives to take from the game and they will look to take them into Saturday’s clash. We get the sense that they could get a big result at the City Ground this weekend, whether that be a draw or a win.

Both teams to score (Yes) @ 10/11

Carrying on from that last point, Luton will be fired up for this one, particularly after they will feel aggrieved that they didn’t get anything against 10-man Spurs last time out. Manager Rob Edwards will have enjoyed having the last fortnight to work with his players and plan for this trip to the East Midlands.

Both teams have quality in attack, although Forest’s ranks are much bigger than Luton’s, but we think that with the way the two sides set up, both teams can hurt each other.

Forest forward Taiwo Awoniyi and Hatters striker Carlton Morris have both scored three goals in the Premier League so far this term, and they will be looked to by their team mates to deliver the goods once again.

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