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Scott Rendell, of Luton Town, celebrates his winning goal at Carrow Road on Saturday

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The Sports Matrix: Monday 28 January 2013

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Match Report: Luton Town cap crazy week for the underdog

Norwich City 0 Luton Town 1: Paul Buckle’s side record the first FA Cup victory by a non-League side away to a top-flight team in 27 years as the hosts continue their worrying run of form

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