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Ainsworth to return for Chairboys

Wycombe WanderersWycombe Wanderers
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Wycombe hope to have Gareth Ainsworth back in charge for the home clash with Luton.

The Chairboys boss missed their 1-1 draw with Accrington last weekend having been struck down by illness but he looks likely to be back on the touchline as the leaders look for yet another win.

Wycombe have named the same line-up in their last two games and could do the same once more against the Hatters as Ainsworth has no injury or suspension worries.

If he does decide to shuffle his pack then Stuart Lewis, Matt Bloomfield...

Hatters end Newport's unbeaten run

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Luton ended Newport's nine game unbeaten run with a 3-0 victory at Kenilworth Road as the Hatters climbed back into the top three.

The hosts started superbly with Jonathan Smith's shot saved by Jamie Stephens and from the corner, Andy Drury's delivery was glanced into the net by Luke Wilkinson after just three minutes.

Newport threatened a leveller as Yan Klukowski had his goalbound shot blocked, while Lee Minshull thundered a header against the bar and Mark Tyler saved well from Shaun Jeffers' close-range...

Rooney helps Hatters through

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Luton progressed to the FA Cup third round after a 1-0 replay win over fellow League Two side Bury at Kenilworth Road.

Winger Luke Rooney scored the only goal moments after half-time when his cross deceived keeper Shwan Jalal and went straight into the bottom corner.

A quiet opening period saw Bury's Danny Mayor thump a half volley wide while Luton defender Fraser Franks' deflected header hit the outside of a post and went behind.

Town were dangerous from free-kicks at times, Luke Wilkinson nodding...

Shrimps cruise past Hatters

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Morecambe maintained their good run of form against the league's top sides with a convincing 3-0 win over 10-man Luton.

Two first half goals from Kevin Ellison and Mark Hughes, and a red card for visiting skipper Steve McNulty gave Morecambe, who were without ill boss Jim Bentley, a fine three points.

Morecambe took the lead in the 16th minute after a well worked free-kick. Jamie Devitt drilled the ball to the far post, Alex Kenyon headed back across goal and Ellison drilled the ball into the bottom...

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Chelsea adopt living wage for staff

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was pleased with the attitude of his team and believes they deserved their 3-1 win over Sporting Lisbon.

Chelsea have become the first Premier League club to adopt the living wage.

The Premier League leaders on Thursday announced they had been accredited by the Living Wage Foundation and, from January, will pay all directly employed members of staff the living wage as a minimum -- currently 9.15 pounds an hour in London or 7.85 pounds an hour outside of the capital.

The national minimum wage is 6.50 pounds an hour, but the living wage is an hourly rate set independently and updated annually, calculated...