Luton Town face Coventry City at the Coventry Building Society Arena on Saturday afternoon.
Following back-to-back league victories against Cardiff City and Stoke City, the Hatters will be looking to put midweek cup disappointment behind them and stretch the gap between themselves and the chasing play-off pack.
Coventry City start the day in 15th position with one win in their last five matches. Six points off the play-off places, the Sky Blues will be looking for an eighth home victory as they look to close the gap in a tight league table.
Viktor Gyokeres has scored 13 goals in all competitions this season and is the joint second-highest scorer in the division. The Swedish forward scored against Luton in the reverse fixture and is Coventry's most potent threat, followed by Hamer who has contributed towards eight goals this term.
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Coventry twice came from behind to secure their first point of the season in a 2-2 draw at Kenilworth Road.
Carlton Morris smashed home an opening goal before Gyokeres equalised after racing through on goal. The Luton man then scored his second of the match four minutes later, though Hamer would equalise for the away side just after the hour mark from range.
The whole world has been moved by the heart-breaking scenes witnessed in Turkey and Syria after a tragic earthquake hit both countries in the early hours of Monday morning.
To help raise awareness and as a mark of respect to those who have tragically lost their lives, Luton Town and Coventry City players - along with all other EFL clubs at their fixtures this weekend - will wear black armbands and hold a minute’s silence at the Coventry Building Society Arena tomorrow.
If you feel able, fans can donate to the relief effort here: DEC Turkey-Syria earthquake appeal | British Red Cross
Event Support Team are the official off-site parking center for Coventry City and recommend that supporters pre-book their parking in a safe car park, as all roads surrounding the Arena are permitted parking for residents only - the ticket wardens do tend to monitor the area more often on matchdays.
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The Ticket Office can advise that a further allocation of tickets have been agreed for Saturday’s fixture at Coventry City which will take the total to 2,800.
These tickets remain on sale online or from the Ticket Office in person or by phone on 01582 416976.
If ordering online, please do not select 'postage' as we will not have time to post these and guarantee delivery. Instead, tickets will be left for collection. All tickets will need to collected from Luton Town Ticket Office on Thursday 9th February and Friday 10th February between 10am until 5pm or Saturday morning 9am until 12 Noon.
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Referee: Steve Martin
Assistant Referees: Lee Venamore and Rob Smith
Fourth Official: James Linington
The man in the middle on Saturday afternoon is Steve Martin.
He last refereed a Luton match in November during a 1-1 draw against Rotherham United
So far this term, has taken charge of 8 matches - 7 of which in the Championship - dishing out 41 yellow cards.