Sarkic; Wilmot, Jagielka, Fox; Sterling, Laurent, Baker, Tymon; Campbell, Brown, Celina. Ones to watch Elijah Adebayo Adebayo joined the Hatters from Walsall in January 2021 after scoring 18 in 65 games for the Saddlers in a season and a half. His return has been steady in his two years at Kenilworth Road, with 30 goals in 89 games after hitting 17 in all competitions last season. The start of this season saw the goals dry up as he scored three in his first 23 outings, but recent weeks have seen a revival in the 25 year-old's form with five goals in his last five games in league and cup including two late winners against Wigan and Cardiff. Jacob Brown Despite a tough season so far, Brown has proved his worth as one of City's most important players over the last 18 months as their go-to man for goals up front. In the last campaign he hit 17 goals and assists in 45 Championship games and earned his first call up to the Scotland national team.
Their previous victory was a 4-0 drubbing of Reading, which pushed Alex Neil's side up to 18th in the league standings. The Potters have not lost in any of their last seven games at Kenilworth Road, with Luton winning just one of the last 13 meetings between the teams. Team news Luton Rob Edwards moved to bring in defensive midfielder Marvelous Nakamba on loan from Aston Villa on transfer deadline day, and the Zimbabwe international will face a late fitness test to determine his availability for the visit of Stoke. Embed from Getty Images Defender Dan Potts is a doubt after picking up a knee injury against Grimsby Town in the cup last weekend and missing the midweek fixture against Cardiff. Henri Lansbury is back in full training after recovering from a serious quad injury and could make the matchday squad this weekend.