Luton win on the road at Plymouth
Luton striker Danny Hylton got his side up and running with a 50th-minute opener as the Hatters won 3-0 at Plymouth, last season's League Two play-off finalists.
Argyle failed to effectively deal with full back Stephen O'Donnell's cross from the right and when the ball bounced out to centre forward Hylton he got over the ball to hammer it home on the rise from close range.
Luton doubled their lead on 70 minutes when Jack Marriott raced on to an incisive through ball from Cameron McGeehan, outpaced marker Yann Songo'o and sidefooted past advancing keeper Luke McCormick.
In stoppage time Hylton teed up substitute Jonathan Smith to stroke home Luton's third goal.
Both Hylton and McGeehan had been denied by McCormick in the opening 45 minutes.
In the opening minute of the second half Argyle's new skipper denied Marriott with a full-length save as the forward cut in and let fly with a rising angled drive from the left.
Luton's Dan Potts - booked after 71 minutes - was dismissed in the final minute following a second caution.
Source : PA