Last Updated: 07/12/18 3:32pm
Luton have no new injury concerns and will revert to a full-strength side at home to Fleetwood.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones made 11 changes for the Checkatrade Trophy tie against Southend in midweek, which ended in a penalty shoot-out defeat.
Luton’s Sky Bet League One regulars will be recalled en bloc against Joey Barton’s Fleetwood, with the likes of Dan Potts, Alan Sheehan and Danny Hylton expected to be on the bench. Alan McCormack remains the only absentee for third-placed Luton as the midfielder has not regained full fitness.
Ched Evans is expected to boost Fleetwood by continuing his successful strike partnership with Paddy Madden. The Wales striker has started the last three games but has been troubled by a niggling shoulder issue.
James Wallace will be assessed after missing the FA Cup second-round win at Guiseley on Monday. Wallace complained of a tight calf in the warm up and was replaced by Nathan Sheron, who is expected to start at Kenilworth Road.
This will be the first ever meeting between Luton Town and Fleetwood Town in the Football League.
Luton have lost just one of their last 13 league games (W9 D3) and are unbeaten in League One since a 2-3 defeat against Barnsley in October (P7 W6 D1 L0).
Fleetwood have lost four consecutive away league games since a 4-0 victory against Doncaster in October, scoring just one goal in the process – they last went on a longer losing run away from home in the Football League in October 2015 (run of five games).
Luton are unbeaten in 14 league matches at Kenilworth Road (W12 D2), winning each of their last five – the Hatters last went on a longer unbeaten run on home soil in the Football League between November 1992 and August 1993 (run of 17 games).
No League One player has provided more assists than Fleetwood’s Ashley Hunter (nine), who is averaging an assist every 162 minutes in the competition this season.