Luton Town continued their fine start to the season as 2 goals in the second half saw them defeat Wycombe Wanderers.

Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu and Elliot Lee did the honours for Luton, as their goals saw them see off the Chairboys at home.

The result means Nathan Jones’ side recovered from the blow of losing their unbeaten start to the season at Watford last time out by seeing off the Championship newboys, and they will spend the international break in 5th place in the table.

A low energy first half saw Luton create the best opportunity, with Darius Charles getting in place to block Jordan Clark’s strike.

Luton pressed more after the break and would score the game’s opening goal just before the hour, when Mpanzu received Harry Cornick’s lay-off and curled the ball past Wycombe keeper Ryan Allsop.

Allsop then denied Luke Berry before Curtis Thompson had to intervene with a block on the line.

Wycombe had arrived after losing all of their first 3 games and failing to score in any of them, and their best hopes of rectifying those game late on as they saw a goal disallowed before Jack Grimmer was denied by Simon Sluga.

But Luton wrapped up the points in the final minutes of normal time, as Lee tapped in Kazenga LuaLua’s cross to rubber stamp 3 points for the home side.