Luton Town grabbed a point in the 89th minute of the duel against Nottingham Forest (1-1), which allows the promoted and current first relegation team not to be lost in the fight for maintenance.

The “Hatters” (hatters), eighteenth with 22 points, went for an eighth game in a row without a victory in the league, certainly, but they avoided seeing Forest (17th, 25 pts) escape the rankings. Luke Berry’s equalizer in the 89th minute maintains a three-point gap between the two direct competitors for maintenance.

Luton found resources to come back late in the game, three days after squandering a three-goal advantage against Bournemouth (4-3 defeat). Penultimate Burnley (19th, 17 pts) is now only five points behind Luton after winning 2-1 on Saturday against Brentford. The “Clarets” of Vincent Kompany, in numerical superiority from the 9th minute, had not won for more than two and a half months.