Four Hatters out on loan could be involved for their clubs tomorrow with the Town not in Sky Bet Championship action over the weekend.
Goalkeeper Harry Isted is enjoying a second month on loan at National League South Wealdstone, where he has helped the Stones maintain their promotion charge at the top of the division.
The 22-year-old won December Player of the Month for Dean Brennan’s side, and they picked up a valuable three points at Havant and Waterlooville last weekend, defeating the fellow promotion hopefuls 4-2 in what could prove to be a decisive victory come the end of the campaign.
Wealdstone take on Bath City at home tomorrow afternoon.
Josh Neufville made his debut for National League Woking on Saturday, but was unfortunately on the end of a 3-0 defeat at Wrexham, after the Cards were reduced to ten men – they face one of their toughest home fixtures of the season as Darren Sarll’s Yeovil Town head to the Kingfield Stadium.
Corey Panter’s Biggleswade Town had their game against Barwell called off, but will be hoping to return to league action this weekend as they travel to St Ives Town.
Finally, Jake Jervis made his 23rd appearance for Salford City last weekend in what proved to be an entertaining affair, with Graham Alexander’s men having two players sent off in a 2-1 victory for the Ammies at Forest Green Rovers. They take on Oldham Athletic tomorrow.