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Hat'll do; Luton 2 Bournemouth 0.

Hatters boss Lennie Lawrence was the first to admit Luton were not at their best, but they still moved into the play-off zone and took their run to 10 games without defeat.

And he led the plaudits for giant keeper Ian Feuer who made a double save to deny Matt Holland and Steve Robinson in the last seconds of the first-half.

In the 58th minute Luton went ahead as Tony Thorpe converted a controversially given penalty.

And two minutes later Ian Cox made a hash of a back pass to give Thorpe his second goal and kill off the game.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Oct 27, 1996
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