Luton went up to 4th in League Two with a 1-0 win away at Barnet, courtesy of Olly Lee’s goal in the second half.

Former Bees midfielder Lee struck the winner after 67 minutes, with the midfielder intercepting a loose ball and hitting a powerful strike into the back of the net.

Before then, Barnet had seen the bulk of the chances, with John Akinde twice denied in one-on-one situations with Stuart Moore in the first half. Akinde also headed wide late on when seemingly well placed to equalise.

The result means Luton pick up back-to-back wins for the first time since February, with this result following on from a 90th minute winner seeing off Blackpool at Kenilworth Road last weekend. With Stevenage enduring a heavy 4-0 thumping by play-off chasing Colchester, the result means the Hatters move into the closest spot to the automatic promotion places.

However, the gap to 3rd place Portsmouth remains 8 points ahead of the Easter weekend after the South Coast side beat Yeovil at Fratton Park. Nathan Jones’ side face League 2’s bottom club Leyton Orient at home on Good Friday, before playing Mansfield away on Easter Monday.

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