11-Dec-2017 10:00:01 | The Guardian
A corner of Bedfordshire has seen a blizzard of goals and excitement this season, although they were unable to see off promotion rivals Notts County
If entertainment is what you’re after from football (rather than comforting distraction from the awfulness of the real world) then sure, you could spend £50 on a ticket to watch the luxury football of Manchester City, with their flowing attacks and dazzlingly expensive talents. Or you could head down to the slightly earthier surrounds of Kenilworth Road, shell out £20 and watch the only team in the country to have scored more goals than Pep Guardiola’s side.
Admittedly, Luton Town have played five more games than City, but that corner of Bedfordshire has seen a blizzard of goals and excitement this season. They have 49 from 21 games, 11 more than the next most prolific in the division. Only four teams have scored more in total than their goal difference tally of 30.
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