Luton Town scored an injury time equaliser as they drew 1-1 with Bristol City, grabbing a late equaliser for the second time in a row.

As happened at Blackburn on Saturday, Nathan Jones’ side would rescue a point in stoppage time courtesy of a goalscoring substitute.

Danny Hylton would grab a 91st minute equaliser for the Hatters at Ashton Gate, cancelling out Nathan Baker’s earlier opening goal. The goal was Hylton’s first in about 2 and a half years.

Luton travelled to Bristol on the back of coming from 2-0 down to draw with Blackburn the previous weekend, with scoring sub Luke Berry among those earning recalls, though the team suffered a blow as Sonny Bradley suffered an injury in the warm-up.

Tom Lockyer was forced to block an effort inside the opening minute after a defensive mix-up, before Cameron Jerome and James Bree came close for the visitors.

Harry Cornick saw a strike denied by Dan Bentley, before Bristol City’s Alex Scott and Andreas Weimann would be unsuccessful with efforts of their own.

An even contest would see both sides look creative going forward, before Luton created a cluster of great chances in quick succession just after the half-hour mark. Henri Lansbury’s initial effort was saved by Bentley, before Berry had a rebound fail to cross the line, Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu hit the bar and Jerome headed wide.

Tomas Kalas then came close for the hosts, before a busy half ended with Lockyer hitting the post.

Bristol City made changes both during the first half and at half-time, and it was Nigel Pearson’s side who struck first. Jay Dasilva’s free-kick picked out Baker, who was able to beat Simon Sluga and put the Robins in front.

The home side had failed to win any of their previous 13 home matches at Ashton Gate, with their best chance to equalise seeing Carlos Mendes Gomes force a save out of Bentley.

But then in the first minute of time added on, Mendes Gomes benefitted from a fumble by Bentley to send in a cross that Hylton was able to send in from very close range to earn the away side a point.