Luton Town will host play-off rivals Middlesbrough at Kenilworth Road on Monday night, live on Sky Sports.
The Hatters are 11 games without defeat and secured their play-off place after the draw at Reading last Wednesday, while Boro have also secured a top six finish.
Middlesbrough have been neck-and-neck with the Hatters since the arrival of manager Michael Carrick earlier in the season and currently sit one-point behind Town in fourth.
Only table-topping Burnley have a better record in the Championship then Middlesbrough since Carrick’s appointment in October.
Boro striker Chuba Akpom has been one of the standout players in the division this season, the former Arsenal forward is the Championship’s leading scorer with 28 goals.
Aston Villa loanee Cameron Archer has also made an impact since arriving at the Riverside in January, the 21-year-old forward has nine goals in 17 Championship games.
Last time we met:
Rob Edwards’ first game in charge of Luton Town resulted in a late defeat at the Riverside back in December.
Jordan Clark scored an exquisite solo goal give the Hatters a first half lead, before Akpom equalised before the break and Matt Crooks found the winner in stoppage time after Amari’i Bell’s red card.
The Ticket Office can advise that tickets for this fixture are now off-sale, thank you for all your support!
Fan Behaviour and Supporter Safety:
As part of the EFL’s ‘Love Football, Protect The Game’ campaign, we would like to remind supporters of the Club statement we issued on fan behaviour ahead of our most recent home match against Blackpool – click HERE to read.
We advise supporters to arrive in plenty of time for Monday’s match and be prepared to be searched before entering the stadium.
All supporters are reminded that throwing any object onto the field of play, whether at home or away matches, is against the law and will lead to individual prosecution and also the Club being sanctioned by The FA.
This includes smoke devices and pyros, the possession of which in recent weeks has already result in supporters being issued with a Club ban from attending matches, as well as being the subject of Police action.
Please also be advised that anyone deemed to be intoxicated through alcohol or drugs will also be refused entry.
We thank you for your patience and understanding in helping us ensure the safety of all supporters at Kenilworth Road.
Love Football, Protect The Game.
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Selected international audiences will be able to watch the game live on iFollow with a match pass, click HERE to find out which countries have been selected.
Simon Pitts will be on iFollow Hatters commentary and audio match passes are available for every match for £2.50.
Referee: Graham Scott
Assistant Referees: Mark Scholes and Daniel Robathan
Fourth Official: Andy Woolmer
The man in the middle at Kenilworth Road will be Graham Scott.
He last took charge of a Hatters game in our first game of the season against Birmingham City back in July.
Scott has taken charge of 17 games this season – 8 of which were in the Championship – handing out 54 yellow cards and 4 red cards.