Luton Town rather swiftly return to Kenilworth Road tomorrow, following their 3-1 victory over Middlesbrough on Tuesday evening.
The Hatters managed to overcome a one-goal deficit at half time, scoring three times in five minutes to turn the game on its head.
Nathan Jones made five changes to the side that lost 2-0 at Preston North End last Saturday, admitting that all bar the omission of Amari’i Bell related to tactical decisions.
Luton are yet to beat Stoke since returning as a Championship club in 2019, but with The Hatters as strong as they have been since then, they will be striving for three points.
Quiz: 30 questions about some of Luton Town’s best ever players – Can you score 100% correct?
Here, we take a look at how Luton could line up to face Stoke tomorrow afternoon…
Simon Sluga is certainly in the running for the golden glove award at present and is just one shy of Mark Travers and Matija Sarkic at the top of the pile, with his place in Luton’s starting XI not really a question.
Reece Burke came into the side on Saturday, putting in a strong performance to perhaps grab a second start in quick succession, whilst Sonny Bradley and Kal Naismith should also be in from the start.
James Bree is about as regular of a starter as there is this season, with his spot in the starting XI not really in doubt either.
Amari’i Bell missed Tuesday’s clash because of a dead leg but should be back fit enough to face Stoke.
With Henri Lansbury suspended, FLW Player of the Month Glen Rea could immediately come back into the side, with Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu the likely candidate to partner him.
Admiral Muskwe could also come back into the starting XI with the young attacker proving to pose a real threat when carrying the ball this season.
Elijah Adebayo has made an excellent start at Kenilworth Road this season, netting seven goals already on home soil, and given his influence on the side, he should start against The Potters.
Harry Cornick has partnered Adebayo to great effect already this campaign, and for that reason, the fearsome duo should start as a forward two once again.