Town striker Ricky Miller is hoping to make his home debut under the lights at Kenilworth Road this evening.
Hatters boss John Still has confirmed it will be business as usual when he sends his team out to face former club Dagenham & Redbridge tonight.
Hatters striker Zane Banton was on target again as Biggleswade Town were 3-2 winners over Truro City in their Southern League Premier Division clash at the weekend.
Town boss John Still believes that veteran striker Jamie Cureton will be one of the main threats to his side when they face Dagenham & Redbridge at Kenilworth Road tomorrow night.
Midfielder Jim Stevenson admitted he did cast one eye over to the linesman before celebrating his first goal for the club at Hartlepool on Saturday.
Hatters midfielder Alex Lawless could well be fit enough for a recall to the side for tomorrow night’s League Two clash with Dagenham & Redbridge.
Luton Town made it five successive League Two victories as they triumphed 2-1 at Hartlepool United on Saturday.
Mark Tyler: 6.5 - One early save apart, he had a relatively quiet time once more behind a solid defence.
Hatters boss John Still praised his side’s winning mentality as they made it five successive League Two victories with a 2-1 win at Hartlepool yesterday.
Hatters League Two: Hartlepool 1 Luton Town 2
Hatters gave the recalled Ricky Miller his full debut in their League Two clash at Hartlepool this afternoon.
Luton Town travel to Victoria Park, Hartlepool this weekend four points off Wycombe who top the League Two table.
For Luton Town midfielder Alex Lawless, playing in the Football League once more has made all the hard times at Kenilworth Road worth it.
As so often in football, a change of manager usually heralds an upturn in fortune and that’s exactly what Hartlepool have found.
Hatters boss John Still has pinpointed the threat of Hartlepool’s on-loan striker Charlie Wyke ahead of the two club’s League Two meeting tomorrow.
Winger Luke Rooney may be included in the Town squad for the League Two trip to Hartlepool this weekend.
Hatters boss John Still believes England manager Roy Hodgson revealed that Raheem Sterling was left out the starting line-up against Estonia in the European Championship qualifier on Sunday to make a point.
Hatters have recalled striker Ricky Miller from his loan spell with Dover ahead of their trip to Hartlepool this weekend.
Hatters striker Mark Cullen has urged his side to continue their promotion form at struggling Hartlepool United this weekend.
Hatters chief executive Gary Sweet has responded to the BBC’s annual Price of Football survey that was published this morning.
Hatters midfielder Alex Lawless is hoping to put his injury ‘nightmare’ behind him once and for all this season.
The lure of first team football at Kenilworth Road was too much for Hatters’ on-loan QPR defender Michael Harriman to turn down.
Luton Town U18s enjoyed a 2-0 win at Leyton Orient in their Youth Alliance League clash on Saturday.
Luton Town’s Sky Bet League Two fixture with Mansfield Town, scheduled for Saturday, November 29, at Kenilworth Road will go ahead as planned.
Hatters’ Andy Parry completed his second 90 minutes for AFC Telford as they were beaten 2-0 by Lincoln in the Conference Premier on Saturday.
Luton Town made it four straight wins in League Two with a 2-0 triumph over Southend United at Kenilworth Road on Saturday.
Mark Tyler: 6 - Barely had a save to make all game, partially due to his resolute defence but also some wayward Southend finishing.
Southend United boss Phil Brown admitted he made a mistake with his team selection as the Shrimpers were beaten 2-0 by Luton Town yesterda.
Hatters boss John Still thought his side were thoroughly deserving of victory as they comfortably saw off promotion rivals Southend United 2-0 yesterday.
League Two: Luton Town 2 Southend United 0
Hatters midfielder Andy Drury believes his side are getting back in their groove ahead of this afternoon’s League Two clash with Southend United at Kenilworth Road.
Southend will be hoping the speculation surrounding manager Phil Brown’s future is just that, as the club have enjoyed a thoroughly promising start to the campaign.
Hatters boss John Still will give striker Charlie Walker a chance to shine from the start only when he feels the time is right.
Hatters boss John Still doesn’t think that the speculation surrounding Southend manager Phil Brown will have an affect on the Shrimpers’ preparation for tomorrow’s League Two clash at Kenilworth Road.
New Town defender Michael Harriman can’t wait to experience the Kenilworth Road roar on his debut tomorrow.
Hatters defender Luke Wilkinson has been named the Sky Bet League Two Player of the Month for September.
Hatters will be without Jake Howells for this weekend’s League Two clash with Southend United.
Hatters boss John Still admitted he had always hoped to bring QPR defender Michael Harriman to the club.
Luton Town have signed Queens Park Rangers defender Michael Harriman on a 28-day emergency loan.
Hatters first team coach Hakan Hayrettin rued his side’s bad luck in front of goal as they were knocked out of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy on Tuesday evening.
Long-serving Hatter Jake Howells remains hopeful of one day lining up alongside former Town hero Keith Keane in a Luton shirt again.
Hatters boss John Still will keep tabs on ex-West Ham youngster Jordan Brown after he signed for Boreham Wood last week.
Luton first team coach Hakan Hayrettin believes striker Charlie Walker could emulate the like of Andre Gray and Dwight Gayle.
Elliot Justham: 7 - Did very little wrong on his first start of the season. Made two straightforward saves followed by a fine stop in the first half. Could do nothing about the winning goal.
Former Hatters midfielder Keith Keane admitted it was ‘weird’ to come up against his old club in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy at Kenilworth Road last night.
Luton Town’s hold on the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy was finally ended as they were knocked out by Crawley Town tonight.
Hatters boss John Still conceded that scouting tonight’s opponents Crawley Town has proved difficult with both side’s expected to make changes.
Hatters duo Alex Wall and Charlie Walker are hoping their impressive forays off the bench on Saturday could see them start in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy against Crawley Town tonight.
Crawley Town boss John Gregory admitted he was ‘devastated’ when midfielder Andy Drury opted to join Luton in the summer.
Hatters midfielder Andy Drury is looking forward to a possible reunion with ex-Luton hero Keith Keane in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy tonight.