No fresh injury worries for the Hatters as they aim for 101 points
The Hatters will be all out to reach a record points haul when they travel to Hyde for the final game of a fantastic season on Saturday.
Assistant manager Terry Harris explained at Thursday's press conference the Town will not be taking their foot off the gas in the season finale against the already relegated Tigers.
Harris confirmed that Alex Lawless will not feature in the game at the league's bottom club, whilst Paul Benson's foot injury will be assessed on Friday.
On the selecting a team for the game itself, Harris said: "We won't be resting anyone, three players - Mark Tyler, Steve McNulty and Scott Griffiths - all want to play 46 games. Andre Gray wants to finish top goalscorer.
Hyde haye yet to win at home this season, but although the Tigers have only registered 10 points, Harris knows the Town won't be in for an easy game.
"It's their last game and they won't want to roll over, like us they'll want to finish on a high.
"Yes they've struggled this season but, you know what, they are not the worst team I've seen. When we played them in October it was 1-1 at half-time and they played some good football. They impressed me.
"If you look at their games they stay in them for a lot of them. It's not until the 60-70th minute they seem to concede."
The Hatters have sold over 2,000 tickets for the game with 1,000 left on sale at the ticket office.