In the midweek, Luton with eight changes in the starting line-up, prevailed 3-2 against Gillingham and advanced to the 3rd round of the League Cup, where they will face Exeter. They opened the Premier League season with two away defeats against Brighton 4-1 and Chelsea 3-0. They will be looking to combine their first ever Premier League win at their renovated Kenilworth Road. West Ham “cast off the evil demon”, Brighton, winning for the first time after 12 matches between them. They played on counterattacks and left with a great 1-3 win from the seat of the “seagulls”. David Moyes plan worked brilliantly, as his side may have finished the match with just 21% possession, but were quick in their transitions from defense to attack. That was their second consecutive victory for the holder of the Conference League trophy, after 3-1 win against city rival Chelsea. The atmosphere in the squad is phenomenal and against newly promoted Luton who lacks quality solutions must continue the winning streak.