The Hatters face Millwall tomorrow night in-front of the Sky Sports cameras hoping to put an end to a two-game winless run.
Following defeat against Stoke City on Saturday, there will be extra incentive to make amends and put things right against the Lions - who come into the match on the back of an eight-game unbeaten run in the Sky Bet Championship.
Nathan Jones said:
(Listen to Nathan's post-match interview against Stoke by clicking the link below)
Millwall gained promotion through League One in 2017 via the Play-Offs and have remained in the division ever since – finishing 8th, 21st and 8th respectively.
This term, the Lions currently find themselves in 11th place, seven points away from the top six.
The Manager – Gary Rowett
Gary Rowett joins the Lions after Neil Harris was relieved of his duties following the game against the Hatters in October 2019.
He led Millwall to an 8th place finish last season and will hope to emulate a similar feat in the 15 remaining games.
Main threat – Jed Wallace
Jed Wallace enjoyed a successful season for Millwall last term, scoring ten goals and providing 12 assists. This season, the former Portsmouth man has been in good form once again, scoring seven goals and claiming four assists too.
When and where?
Kick-off is 7:45pm at Kenilworth Road on Tuesday 23rd February.
Man in the middle?
The referee for Tuesday’s fixture is Graham Scott – who most recently took charge of the Hatters in the 2-0 home win against Wycombe Wanderers earlier this season.
Millwall were 2-0 victors when the two sides met at The Den in October. Including tomorrow’s fixture, all four of the recent matches between the Lions and the Hatters have been broadcasted on Sky Sports, but Luton are yet to claim a win in those meetings.
Follow the action
This match has been selected for broadcast live on Sky Sports Arena. However, you are still able to watch via iFollow Hatters and match passes are available to buy for £10 down below.