As you were for Town as they aim to win again
With no fresh injury worries the Town are likely to be unchanged again on Tuesday night when they entertain Wrexham at Kenilworth Road.
Hatters manager John Still admitted that the settled side he has picked over the majority of the campaign has been a major reason for the Town’s good fortunes this term.
Talking at his pre-match press conference on Monday, he said: “The key is not to chop and change too much. A team needs a chance to play together and the team has been performing fantastically well at the moment. That’s the benchmark.
“The players in the team need to stay performing. They should know by now that if they don’t someone else will get a chance to take their place and then it’s tougher for them to get back in.”
The Town have named the same starting XI for the past three matches in the Skrill Premier which has seen them triumph 2-1, 7-0 and 5-0.
A number of players, including Alex Lacey and Andy Parry, have now returned to training and are available for selection.
But Still knows they will need game-time first before being considered for selection – as will a number of other members of the squad.
“We hope to have a development squad game against Gillingham on Wednesday,” said Still. “That will push Lacey and Parry. They’ve trained hard and their fitness is improving but we need to get games into them.
“The same goes for Jon Shaw, Anthony Charles, Mark Cullen, Jernade Meade and Kane Ferdinand, and other players who can’t get into the team at the moment.
“Players need to train hard when they’re not playing and work even harder in development games and show us what they are capable of.”