Luton Town picked up their first league victory at home this season with a 2-1 win over Huddersfield Town.

The Hatters had to come from behind to get it, after Karlan Grant put the Yorkshire club in-front. But Luton responded to take the points thanks to a James Collins penalty and a curled strike by Andrew Shinnie.

Victory is a third in a week for Graeme Jones’ side, after getting their first league win at Barnsley last weekend and knocking out Cardiff in the Carabao Cup.

The Hatters had opportunities to find their way through in the opening period, with Harry Cornick denied by Kamil Grabara after Jacob Butterfield and Shinnie had previously come close.

Huddersfield arrived in Bedfordshire without a win after relegation from last season’s Premier League.

Grant had come close in the first half when he fired wide, but the striker helped his team take the lead shortly after the half-time break. The forward was picked out by Terence Kongolo and turned the ball over the line.

Luton’s response came 10 minutes later from the spot, as Collins was fouled by Christopher Schindler, and he duly converted the spot-kick.

Shinnie then completed Luton’s comeback, with the midfielder able to lose an opponent after receiving Cornick’s pass and able to finish.

Huddersfield rallied late on, with Simon Sluga denying substitute Steve Mounie, but Luton held on to take the points.

Graeme Jones’ side will occupy 15th position in the Championship as it takes an international break next weekend, with 2 wins from their opening 6 played. They resume competitive action at QPR on September 14.