Ahead of the local derby with Watford in November 1992, the Hatters overcame serious off-field issues, with talented young defender Darren Salton on a life-support machine in hospital and midfielder Paul Telfer absent after being in a fatal car crash three days previously.
Manager David Pleat explained to the live television audience how a letter from 20-year-old Salton's father, John, had told him and his team that the Scotland Under-21 centre-half - who thankfully recovered and was allowed home that Christmas - would want them to go on and play the match.
They did, and this is the team Pleat selected to go out and do him proud:
The visitors, managed by Steve Perryman, lined up like this:
Suckling, Lavin, Dublin, Holdsworth, Ashby, Drysdale, Hessenthaler, Porter, Putney, Charlery, Willis. Subs: Bazeley, Nogan.
The referee was David Frampton from Poole in Dorset.
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