Luton remain top of the Conference Premier after defeating Barnet.
Andre Gray gave Luton an early lead, racing onto Luke Guttridge's pass to beat keeper Graham Stack from 12 yards.
Stack then saved well from Matt Robinson before Barnet's keeper went off injured to be replaced by Nick Jupp - who was then beaten from close range by Paul Benson on the half hour.
Barnet later pulled one back through Jake Hyde after he converted Keanu Marsh-Brown's cross from close range.
The result sees Luton move four points clear at the top of the Conference Premier table, with Cambridge's game at Braintree postponed.
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Luton Town manager John Still told BBC Three Counties Radio:
"Kick it as far as you can and run after it - that's what it was. It was really difficult for both teams, but the conditions were the conditions, and it's no good moaning about them afterwards. We had to play.
"I made my feelings clear before the game. I didn't think it was playable. If you play it, make sure we finish it. I don't want to be 2-0 up and you stop the game.
"The ball never ran true from minute one. And that's why I found it a bit strange that he might want to stop it, because the ball never ran for 90 minutes."
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