The Hatters are back in action following the conclusion of the international break as they face Blackburn Rovers on Saturday.
Sat in 12th position with five games gone, Nathan Jones’ side travel to Ewood Park looking to win away from home for the second match in succession, having secured victory against Barnsley last time they were on the road.
Blackburn are a point better off and two places higher coming into the weekend’s match, having claimed two wins and two draws from their opening fixtures.
They have scored and conceded in every league and cup match thus far, which could lead to an exciting encounter at Ewood Park.
Last time we met:
Nathan Jones admitted he felt ‘physically sick’ after a late defeat against Blackburn when the two sides last went to battle.
The Hatters were on the right side of the result when fans were last permitted inside the stadium however, thanks to goals from James Collins and Matty Pearson.
Follow the action:
- Key match updates via our official Twitter feed
- Supporters can purchase iFollow audio passes
UK-based fans will not be able to watch the match on iFollow as this is a Saturday away match.
However, supporters can tune into Simon Pitts’ match commentary through iFollow by purchasing an audio match pass for a single game, a month or for the season. Prices for all three options can be found HERE.
For international supporters, live video stream will not be available for iFollow Hatters subscribers, apart from in the dark market territories where the EFL do not have an international broadcast partner – listed HERE.
We apologise to any of our overseas-based supporters inconvenienced by this move by EFL Digital, who will be automatically refunding any match passes that had already been purchased.
Referee: Oliver Langford
Assistant Referees: Paul Hodskinson and Richard Wild
Fourth Official: Andy Haines
Oliver Langford is the man in the centre on Saturday afternoon, as he was for our away victory against Barnsley last month.
He dished out five yellow cards that evening, 16 in total during his six matches as the official this season.