Luton Town have been knocked off top spot in League Two after an injury time goal gave Accrington Stanley the points and first place.

An injury time goal from the league’s top scorer Billy Kee swung the contest in favour of the visitors, with the end result seeing Luton first place for the first time since they moved top of the table in November.

A lively first half saw the home side miss the majority of chances. Dan Potts had two headers at corners cleared off the line, while Elliot Lee and Danny Hylton had efforts denied, and at the other end, Sean McConville steered over inside the box.

McConville had better luck from range, as his long-range drive in the final minutes of the first half flew past Marek Stech.

Luton were level on the hour as a long range Jack Stacey pass perfectly picked out Lee, who evaded his marker before beating the keeper.

Both sides searched for a winner but when one came, it was for Kee in stoppage time as his long range strike sailed into the bottom corner to provide the visitors the winner.

The late goal means Luton lose top spot in League Two, with Accrington now 2 points above them in the table, and the side sit 6 points above the play-offs.