Luton Town have played out four consecutive draws coming into this weekend’s tie with league leaders Bournemouth.
The Hatters scored late goals to equalise against Blackburn Rovers and Bristol City before a late Swansea City comeback condemned them to a draw at Kenilworth Road last Saturday.
Nathan Jones has had to contend with several injuries to key players already this season, and that appears to be something that is continuing to happen into this game, with the Welshman stating that he is afraid to train at the moment, during an interview with Luton Today.
Luton have not won a Championship game since the third week of the season, but there have been plenty of positives to take away from their performances.
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In order to come away with anything against the early pacesetters, The Hatters will have to bring their A-game.
Here, we take a look at how Luton could lineup for tomorrow’s clash with The Cherries…
Simon Sluga is expected to continue in goal for The Hatters, with the Croatian international starting the season off strongly.
With Sonny Bradley still struggling for fitness, Tom Lockyer, Reece Burke, and Kal Naismith should all see starts, with Naismith swooping Luton’s Player of the Month award for August.
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Operating in the wing-back roles should be James Bree and Amari’i Bell. The former has played every single minute of Luton’s season thus far, with Peter Kioso heading on loan to MK Dons.
Bell, who missed Saturday’s clash with Swansea, was pictured in training during the week and could make a return for Luton’s trip to the south coast.
Luke Berry has already surpassed last season’s total of two goals, scoring his third of this season on Saturday after just 106 minutes of Championship action.
He should be partnered up by Henri Lansbury and Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu, who were all excellent in the first half against The Swans.
Starting up front, Elijah Adebayo should start alongside Harry Cornick. The pair caused the Swansea defence all sorts of problems, and whilst Saturday promises to be a different kind of test for Luton, they will become extremely important on the break.