The Sky Bet Championship is back as the Hatters head to Middlesbrough on Saturday 10th December, 3pm kick-off.
Rob Edwards begins his Luton tenure at the Riverside Stadium and said he can't wait to feel the matchday buzz once again.
"I’ve missed that buzz of matchday. It was five or six weeks for me before this break, so I’m really looking forward to it. I think there’ll be a few butterflies and nerves. The first game is a big occasion, but I always have that anyway for every game."
Middlesbrough were on an upwards trajectory prior to the World Cup break, unbeaten in their last four matches with three of those being victories.
Life under manager Michael Carrick has proven to be rather enjoyable thus far, after a winning start against Hull City was followed by a point against Bristol City and two successive victories over Blackpool and Norwich City.
Chuba Akpom enjoyed a hot-streak in front of goal during those games and leads the way for Boro with eight goals in just 11 starts so far this season.
Middlesbrough are the joint-third highest scorers in the division and will look to pick up where they left off in front of their home supporters.
Last time we met:
Middlesbrough came out on top in the last meeting between the two sides, winning 2-1 at the Riverside Stadium.
Paddy McNair fired the hosts in front in the first half, before Duncan Watmore's late goal put the game beyond doubt despite Harry Cornick's late consolation in the final minute of added time.
- Pay on the day available (cash only)
- Ticket collection is available
Tickets remain on sale until midday on Friday and can be purchased online, in person or via phone from the Ticket Office.
If ordering tickets online, please do not select postage as due to postal strikes we cannot guarantee delivery. If ordering for 'collection' this is at the Luton Town Ticket Office. We can arrange collection at Middlesbrough on the day from the Away Ticket Office after 1.30pm but you will need to advise via email to make these arrangements.
For any supporters making a late decision to attend the game we can also advise pay on the day will be available (cash only from the away Ticket Office from 1.30pm).
How to follow:
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Simon Pitts is on iFollow Hatters commentary and audio match passes are available for every match for £2.50.
Match passes are available for international supporters anywhere outside of the UK costing £10 each.
Referee: Gavin Ward
Assistant Referees: Robert Merchant and James Wilson
Fourth Official: Leigh Doughty
The man in the middle on Saturday afternoon is Gavin Ward.
He last refereed a Luton match last season, officiating the home victory against West Bromwich Albion in February.
So far this term, Warm has taken charge of 17 matches - 14 of which in the Championship - dishing out 64 yellow cards.