Luton Town faces Millwall faces in a game that could have big consequences for both teams this season. Both teams have not had the greatest start in what could be a long season flirting with the relegation places.
The winner of this game could move to as high as 14th position in the table and the home fans will be out in full voice to cheer their team.
Luton manager Graeme Jones has been fortunate enough this season with the club having a clean bill of health ahead of the game. Key players Andrew Shinnie and Martin Crnie have resumed training and could feature in the game.
Meanwhile, Millwall will be without Shane Ferguson who is suspended after receiving his marching orders in the draw with Huddersfield Town last week. Forward Jon Dadi Bodvarsson is also a major doubt due to a niggling illness.
Looking at the teams previous history the game could be one that is difficult to predict given that both teams have not met on a regular basis. Lutonhave spent most part of the decade in League One with Millwall a constant feature in the Championship.
The last game for both teams was in the Football League Trophy where Millwall won by 3-1. While the last league fixture was 2007-2008 campaign with both matches ending in draws.
Luton have been porus at the back and have not kept a clean sheet in any of their last 12 games dating back to April while their opponents are winless in their last nine away games conceding in each of the matches.