Luton Town host an in-form Coventry City side at Kenilworth Road tomorrow evening, with The Hatters hoping to put an end to six games without a Championship victory.
Nathan Jones’ side had drawn their last four games before Saturday’s 2-1 defeat against Bournemouth.
The Hatters will now play another side who have started the season brilliantly in Coventry, and whilst they sit in third place, Luton will take confidence that The Sky Blues have not been as impressive on the road thus far.
Jones has had to contend with lots of injuries lately, with the 48-year-old stating in an interview with Luton Today that he was “fearful to train.”
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Here, we take a look at how Luton could line up against Coventry at Kenilworth Road tomorrow evening…
Simon Sluga should make his tenth appearance of the Championship season against The Sky Blues, with the Croatian international firmly holding a starting spot.
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Tom Lockyer and Reece Burke are both likely to retain their places after strong performances against The Cherries, whilst Sonny Bradley could return to the starting line up, after such a long time out.
Kal Naismith has been excellent for Luton this season, and whilst Amari’i Bell has impressed thus far at left-back and left wing-back, the former Wigan Athletic man is extremely hard to drop at the moment.
James Bree should continue in the right wing-back role. The 23-year-old is Luton’s only recognised right-back, although, Jones has indicated that he is happy to deploy Jordan Clark in that role.
With Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu and Allan Campbell still recovering from their respective injuries, new signing Elliot Thorpe could be handed a start against The Sky Blues. The 20-year-old, who turned down a contract at Tottenham, will be hoping for as much football as possible with Luton.
Partnering the young midfielder in this line up is the vastly experienced Henri Lansbury, with the former Arsenal man proving to be an excellent acquisition in the summer.
Just ahead of the midfield two should be Luke Berry, who has been brilliant for The Hatters since returning from injury, scoring three goals and grabbing an assist in just 237 minutes of Championship action.
Elijah Adebayo’s strength and attacking intelligence, coupled with Harry Cornick’s direct running and subsequent pace, makes them a strong attacking duo, who should start together tomorrow night if Luton decide to match up Coventry’s five-at-the-back formation.