Luton Town picked up their 5th straight run as part of a greater run of 18 league matches unbeaten with a 3-0 win over Wycombe Wanderers.
The Hatters are currently on the longest unbeaten streak in English league football, and continued it against a side who came up with them last season.
James Collins struck Mick Harford’s side ahead just after the half-hour, before George Moncur struck twice in the final minutes to round off victory.
The result means Luton now have a 6 point advantage on 2nd place, with Barnsley leapfrogging Portsmouth as the chase for the Championship continues.
The home side created chances in the opening period, as Collins saw a drive deflected over, Andrew Shinnie was denied by Ryan Allsop, Hylton also forced a save from Allsop, and Luke Berry missed with the rebound.
Luton would then get their opener just after the half-time whistle, as Jack Stacey’s cross was turned in by Collins.
Collins would come close with a curling effort that flashed just wide after the break.
Wycombe improved after the break, but it was Luton who would end the match as a contest with two goals in the final moments. Moncur would grab his first when he turned in the rebound after Jason Cummings had been initially denied.
The January arrival would then grab a second and his side’s third late on when he received Cummings’ pass and was able to beat Allsop.