Luton 0-2 Chelsea LIVE SCORE: Noni Madueke adds to Cole Palmer’s stunning opener in Premier League clash – latest

Luton Town 0-2 Chelsea

45+4. Barkley looks Luton’s best chance of creating anything in and around the Chelsea box.

He shows some quick feet to lay the ball off but none of his teammates are on the same wavelength as him.

The home fans try and rally their players into finding a goal to put some pressure on the visitors.

Luton Town 0-2 Chelsea

45+2. Paul Tierney needs to get hold of this game.

All too often Chelsea players are utilising the slightest of touches to go to ground and waste time.

Luton are starting to fly into the challenges to give Chelsea no time on the ball.

Luton Town 0-2 Chelsea

45. It has been a disappointing half for Rob Edwards’ side.

They have not imposed themselves enough on the visitors and have given them two goals with some poor defending.

You cannot do that at this level and not expect to be punished.

Even against the side who have missed the highest number of big chances in the league this season.

We are going to have five additional minutes.

Luton Town 0-2 Chelsea

43. Chelsea fail to clear the corner and the second ball drops to Brown in the box.

With his back to goal, he swivels and looks to get a shot away.

It is deflected behind for another corner.

Luton Town 0-2 Chelsea

41. Despite their inconsistent form, Chelsea are the only team in the Premier League this season who have not found themselves behind at half-time.

It seems a long way back for The Hatters from here.

If they want to get themselves out of the bottom three before Everton kick-off this afternoon, they need to find three goals from somewhere now.

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Luton Town 0-2 Chelsea

39. Things go from bad to worse for Luton Town.

Palmer receives it in the middle and immediately finds Madueke inside the box.

From a tight angle, he checks onto his right foot and fires off a shot which beats Kaminski at his near post.

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