Luton Town bounced back to winning ways in League Two with a 3-0 win over Colchester at Kenilworth Road.

The Hatters took the lead in the final moments of the first half when Olly Lee poked the ball in after a corner wasn’t initially dealt with by visiting defenders.

James Collins then doubled the home side’s advantage in the second half. Moments after Alan McCormack had been denied, and before Marek Stech made his own high quality stop, the Luton striker played a one-two with Andrew Shinnie before curling a drive into the top corner.

Dan Potts then wrapped up the 3 points late on when he turned in Alan Sheehan’s cross. The result means a return to 3 points in the league for the Hatters, after last week’s defeat by Barnet.

The result means the Hatters have scored 15 goals in their opening 4 home matches of the new season, adding to the 8 against Yeovil on the opening day and an extra 2 during the midweek Checkatrade Trophy match against the Spurs Academy side.

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