The Hatters take on table toppers AFC Bournemouth tomorrow afternoon looking to claim a third league win this season.
Coming into the game on the back of four consecutive draws, Nathan Jones’ side will hope to inflict defeat on the Cherries for the first time this season, who have made a good start to life under Scott Parker.
With five wins and three draws thus far, Bournemouth are proving why they are serious contenders for promotion after narrowly missing out last season.
Following a play-off semi-final exit last term, the Cherries are hoping to get back to the top flight at the second time of asking, following their relegation in 2020.
Dominic Solanke has five league goals to his name and he will be hoping to supply the fire-power to keep alive their hopes for a positive campaign, whilst they have goal threats in midfielders Philip Billing and David Brooks - who have seven goals between them already.
Last time we met:
It was an away trip to remember the last time the Hatters visited the Vitality Stadium as Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall's second half strike helped Town secure all three points on their travels.
Follow the action:
UK-based fans will not be able to watch the match on iFollow as this is a Saturday home 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 reason. Prices for all three options can be found HERE.
We are sorry to inform our overseas based supporters that the live video stream will not be available for iFollow Hatters subscribers, apart from in the dark market territories for our game against Bournemouth.
This is due to the match being selected for live international broadcast and a list of territories where the EFL do not have an international broadcast partner can be found listed HERE.
Referee: Tim Robinson
Assistant Referees: Lee Venamore and Michael George
Fourth Official: James Linington
Tim Robinson took charge of the away loss against West Bromwich Albion earlier this season and has officiated eight matches in total this term, dishing out 28 yellow cards in that space of time.