There was little to cheer about at Kenilworth Road this afternoon as bottom club Luton Town took on promotion hopefuls Chesterfield, and after a dull, lifeless affair, the scores remained at 0-0, a scoreline that was far from satisfactory for either team.
Luton's Keith Keane volleyed over and Gnakpa missed a good chance in the first half.
Chesterfield's Allan Goodall, Gregor Robertson and Derek Niven all had good chances for the visitors.
Luton pressed after the interval as news filtered through of Grimsby's lead at Notts County, with Sam Parkin looping a header on to the top of the crossbar.
Spireites' goalkeeper Tommy Lee further frustrated the hosts with fine saves from Parkin, Gnakpa and Asa Hall, and Luton's day was summed up when Parkin sent a free header over in the 75th minute. What a dimwit!
The result leaves the Hatters on 24 points, and relegated.
I don't know! Whatever would Eric Morecambe have said?