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Peter Kioso starts: The predicted Luton Town XI to face Blackpool on Saturday

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Luton Town will be hoping to strengthen their position in the Championship play-offs tomorrow afternoon when they welcome Blackpool to Kenilworth Road. 

The Hatters have enjoyed an excellent campaign thus far, with the whole squad playing their part as a result of consistent injury concerns within the Luton camp this season. 

This theme is looking likely to continue in tomorrow’s match, with Nathan Jones completely ruling out the likes of Gabe Osho and Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu, whilst revealing that Luke Berry and Jordan Clark were edging closer to a return.

Cameron Jerome and Henri Lansbury have also had to sit out the last few games, with James Shea, James Bree and Fred Onyedinma all coming off because of injury against Cardiff on Monday afternoon. 

Here, we take a look at how the Hatters could line up tomorrow for the visit of the Seasiders…

A very bold choice to start with, considering he does not even play for the club with just over 24 hours until kick-off, however, the Hatters have been linked with an emergency loan move for Frank Fielding, and should he arrive in the next few hours, then he will start.

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Sonny Bradley will be back available tomorrow afternoon, however, Dan Potts could start once again after another confident and assured display from the left centre-back position.

Tom Lockyer and Reece Burke are the likely candidates to play within the backline with the 28-year-old.

With the extent of James Bree’s injury not known, Peter Kioso is a more than capable option in the 24-year-old’s absence.

Amari’i Bell has been excellent in a Luton shirt this season and should continue to operate at left-wing-back.

Henri Lansbury could be back for the Hatters, which may slightly change things – in regards to managing Robert Snodgrass’ workload – but the 34-year-old is proving to have the quality required in the Luton midfield at the moment, with Allan Campbell likely to be alongside him and Kal Naismith in a holding role.

Harry Cornick netted the all-important winner against the Bluebirds and is likely to be restored to the starting XI to play alongside his partner in crime Elijah Adebayo.


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