Luton Town drew with Huddersfield Town after a late equaliser for the visitors allowed the away side to take a point.
The Hatters lead through James Collins, who struck in the early stages. But the visitors would take a point through Naby Sarr’s second half equaliser, despite Harry Toffolo being sent off in added time.
A point means Luton drop to 15th in the Championship table, with Nathan Jones’ side sitting 6 points above the relegation zone and 9 points behind the play-offs.
Luton’s starting 11 did not feature new signings Tom Ince and Elijah Adebayo, who started on the bench, but the hosts began positively, with Jordan Clark having an early header saved by Ryan Schofield.
After 11 minutes, it would be the home side that struck first. A through pass by Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu released Harry Cornick, whose cross picked out Collins to strike past Schofield.
While there were few chances created in the first half, Luton would come closest in the final stages of the period, as Dan Potts headed Mpanzu’s cross against the post.
Huddersfield asserted themselves more after the break, with Pipa firing just wide and Juninho Bacuna hitting the side netting.
The away side’s equaliser came with sixteen minutes to play, as Naby Sarr turned in from close range after Simon Sluga had saved an initial free-kick.
Duane Holmes then had a shot saved by Sluga just afterwards, before Luton had a great chance to win it when Collins was denied by Schofield.
Huddersfield full-back Toffolo was sent off for a bad challenge on Glen Rea in added time, before Rea then had a chance right at the end of added time to win it when his header hit the post.