Luton Town head to the Welsh capital on Tuesday evening as they conclude a busy month of fixtures against Cardiff City.
After a Friday night draw against Sheffield United under the lights at Kenilworth Road, Nathan Jones's side will be hoping to record their second win of the season following success against Swansea City 10 days ago.
Cardiff come into the game on the back of a goalless draw against Preston North End on Saturday and currently sit five places and two points higher than Luton.
The Bluebirds finished 18th in the Championship last season and refreshed their side with 15 new faces during the summer.
Exciting winger Jaden Philogene-Bidace (pictured above) joined on loan from Aston Villa and scored in their 1-0 win against Birmingham City earlier this month.
Last season's top scorer Aden Flint departed for Stoke in the summer and manager Steve Morrison will be hoping the likes of new signing Kion Etete and fellow forward Max Watters can provide the goals.
Last time we met:
Harry Cornick came off the bench to score the winner at the Cardiff City Stadium back in April.
The Hatters made it six points over the Easter period following victory against Nottingham Forest and strengthened their grip on a play-off place thanks to Cornick’s fine header.
Tickets remain on sale for Tuesday's fixture.
Any tickets ordered will need to be collected by Tuesday, or supporters wishing to collect from Cardiff on the day can do so by sending a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets can be ordered until 11am on Tuesday morning either online, in person or by phone.
For those travelling to Cardiff by car, there are 100 parking spaces for visting supporters directly outside the away end off Sloper Road.
It is £10 per car and is operating on a first come, first served basis.
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Simon Pitts is on iFollow Hatters commentary and audio match passes are available for every match for £2.50. Because this is a midweek away game, video match passes are also available for £10.00.
Referee: James Linington
Assistant Referees: Daniel Leach and Andrew Fox
Fourth Official: Andy Davies
James Linington is the man in charge of Tuesday's match against Cardiff.
He officiated the home game versus Nottingham Forest back in April and had the whistle for 32 matches in total last term, dishing out 144 yellow cards and seven reds in the process.