WREXHAM boss Denis Smith claimed a combination of bad luck and sloppy defending cost his side dear in the 3-2 defeat at Luton on Saturday.
Speaking after watching the Dragons throw away a 2-0 lead at Kenilworth Road, Smith said: 'It was frustrating all round, as right at the end of the game we looked as though we might get something, but Hector Sam was denied by a great save.
'Even before the game, I expected to get a least a draw, but we didn't get started in the second half.
'Their second came from a set play we knew all about and that's frustrating, especially because I mentioned it again at half-time.
'Then they fluked a third one, which was a cross that went straight in. When they fly in, you know luck's not with you.
'If you ask me whether the result was right over the 90 minutes, I'd have to say 'no'.'
Smith added: 'We worked hard and got it to 2-0, but we gave away a sloppy goal which gave them a lift.
'When you're 2-0 up away from home, you expect to win.'
Stephen Thomas (hamstring) and Chris Llewellyn (dead leg) are expected to be fit to face Wycombe Wanderers at the Racecourse on Saturday.