Luton Town welcome rivals Burnley to Kenilworth Road in a crunch Premier League clash on October 3 with the hosts looking to build on their first ever Premier League win last weekend.
Rob Edwards’ side claimed a 2-1 victory away at Everton, to ease some of the pressure on his position, but Burnley are one of three teams yet to win a Premier League game so far this season.
The stakes will be high for both teams, with Premier League promotion not going according to plan for Edwards and his opposite number Vincent Kompany, in the 2023/24 campaign.
The match will bring all 20 Premier League teams on to seven games played after their original clash was postponed by the Premier League.
Why was Luton Town vs Burnley postponed?
Luton were supposed to play Burnley at home on Saturday, August 19, but the match was postponed because of the condition of the Hatters’ stadium.
Kenilworth Road has undergone extensive improvement works in order to bring it up to code for the Premier League in terms of broadcaster and media requirements. The majority of the redevelopment is now complete but the club are expected to use the remaining two international breaks in 2023 to finalise the project.
Famous #LTFC fans’ flag will continue to hang at Kenilworth Road this season. Powerful reminder of the importance of fans keeping a club alive against all odds. And look at them now – @premierleague 🙌🎩 pic.twitter.com/yt7vKW1Ih8
— Henry Winter (@henrywinter) August 9, 2023
Luton asked the Premier League to postpone the Burnley game in order to complete the work, and the request was granted. In a statement, the club said: “Whilst ongoing work is progressing extremely well and currently ahead of schedule, the Premier League understandably requires guarantees to its fixture schedule within sufficient time to advise supporters and broadcasters of any changes in advance.
“Due to the extent of the project, the club cannot absolutely guarantee supporters that any future unforeseen issues would not cause any delay potentially impacting upon the scheduled opening game at home.”
When is Luton Town vs Burnley match?
The Premier League game between Luton and Burnley will be played on Tuesday, October 3, 2023.
Here’s how that time translates across some of the major territories:
|USA||Tue Oct. 3||2:30 p.m. ET|
|Canada||Tue Oct. 3||2:30 p.m. ET|
|UK||Tue Oct. 3||7:30 p.m. BST|
|Australia||Wed Oct. 4||5:30 a.m. AEST|
|India||Wed Oct. 4||12:00 a.m. IST|
|Hong Kong||Wed Oct. 4||2:30 a.m. HKT|
|Malaysia||Wed Oct. 4||2:30 a.m. MYT|
|Singapore||Wed Oct. 4||2:30 a.m. SGT|
|New Zealand||Wed Oct. 4||7:30 a.m. NZDT|
Luton Town vs Burnley live stream, TV channel
Here’s how to watch the west London derby across selected areas of the world’s major regions:
|Hong Kong||—||Now TV|
|Malaysia||Astro SuperSport 3||Astro Go, sooka|
|New Zealand||—||Sky Sport NOW|
UK: As the game was originally scheduled to be played during the Saturday 3pm broadcast embargo, it will not be available to watch in the UK. Radio options are available via Talksport Radio 2..
USA: This game is available for streaming on the Peacock Network.
Canada: Every Premier League game this season is live streaming exclusively via Fubo in Canada.
Australia: Fans in Australia can stream every match live and on demand on Optus Sport.