Blackburn held onto second place in the table despite dropping points in one of the goalless football results of the weekend in the Championship. Thomas Kaminski was the busier of the two goalkeepers when he saved a header from Cameron Jerome before saving a flick from Henri Lansbury. Blackburn had a chance when Sam Gallagher shot straight at keeper James Shea.
Luton’s Nathan Jones: “With the way that the league is and the brutality of the game schedule and what you have to do, sometimes it’s hard to be pure and full of energy and spark. These are a tough side to play against, second in the league, but I felt we were at least good value for a point. We’ve had the two best chances of the game, Kal Naismith should score, Cameron Jerome should score, and then we’ve had some set-plays there with just a bit of communication we would have had some free headers from point-blank range.”
Blackburn’s Tony Mowbray: “I said that to the team, we’re disappointed with the performance, but it wasn’t a game for either team. It wasn’t a beauty contest, it was about digging in today, and not making the mistakes that would cost you a 1-0 defeat. I don’t know how Nathan (Jones) feels, let’s just both take the point, forget about the game. I don’t think we’ll be spending too long on breaking it down and looking at why we didn’t do this and why we didn’t do that.”
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