Hatters boss Graeme Jones has made three changes for the visit of Nottingham Forest this afternoon, as he reverts to the starting XI that beat Bristol City here a fortnight ago before running Fulham close at Craven Cottage four days later.
That means joint top scorer Harry Cornick, who netted his fifth of the season in last week’s defeat against Birmingham, starts his 12th game of the season alongside his fellow leading marksman James Collins, who also returns to the starting line-up after being on the bench at St Andrew's.
Defender James Bree is the third to make a swift return to the starting team in place of Luke Bolton, who drops to the bench alongside Callum McManaman and Kazenga LuaLua.
Nineteenth-placed Hatters hope to get back to winning ways against Forest today, knowing three points could see them rise to 17th in the table.
TOWN: Shea, Bree, Bradley, Pearson, Potts, Cranie, Tunnicliffe, Mpanzu, Brown, Cornick, Collins.
Subs: Sluga, McManaman, Shinnie, Bolton, LuaLua, Jones, Butterfield.
NOTTINGHAM FOREST: Samba, Cash, Worrall, Figueiredo, Ribeiro, Yates, Watson, Silva, Lolley, Ameobi, Grabban.
Subs: Muric, Carvalho, Mir, Robinson, Chema, Adomah, Johnson
Referee: Gavin Ward