Oxford United welcome Luton Town to Grenoble Road this evening. Here's a full guide.
The U's look to bounce back after defeat at Wimbledon and have Jamie Hanson available despite him limping off during the second half at the Cherry Red Records Stadium.
Samir Carruthers could make a welcome return to the squad after training fully this week after his knee injury while Simon Eastwood is due to train on Thursday and Marcus Browne is scheduled to return 24 hours later, leaving just Rob Hall in the treatment room as United's injury problems ease.
See Karl Robinson previewing the game in iFollow right now.
Luton come into the game off the back of a 2-2 draw with Charlton at Kenilworth Road on Saturday where boss Nathan Jones felt hard done by:
"It definitely is two points dropped" he said. "We were the better side, apart from late on, the last three or four minutes, right at the end when they were pushing everyone forward and had a few corners and so on. I felt we were the better side.
"They've been as clinical as us, but we had far more opportunities and that's the thing that is hurting us at the minute. We're showing we're a really good side. We can compete, we can play. We've just got to not give silly goals away and just be a bit more professional late on."
It looks like former United striker Danny Hylton will be missing up front for the Hatters tonight.
"We've just got to be careful, it's so tricky" Jones said last week of Hylton."It could be days, it could be Saturday if everything goes well with no problems. It could be Tuesday, it could be next week, we don't 100 per cent know. We know everything about the injury, it's just about being comfortable enough so that he doesn't breakdown again."
The game is no longer All Ticket- you can buy online at oufctickets.co.uk up until 5pm or call 01865 337533 as well as buying at the ticket office up until kick off time.
Please note that the barier will be in place behind the North Stand so there will be no transfer between the ends of the ground behind that stand.
If you are a Luton fan travelling to the game then a full Supporters Guide is available here: OUFCAwayDayInfo.pdf Don't forget that there is a special away version of the matchday programme tonight with additional information for visiting supporters.
The Club Shop has taken stock of all sizes of the brilliant new home shirt. Why not call in before the game to grab a yellow shirt? Or you can order online at oufcshop.co.uk
Guest of Honour
We are delighted to welcome back Lee Bradbury as our Guest of Honour tonight. Lee played up front and in midfield for the U's and of course now has son Harvey on the books in our under 23s. Lee will be meeting guests behind the scenes as well as being introduced to the crowd at half time.
Polythene UK 50/Fifty Draw
There will be another big prize in tonight's half time draw where half the money raised goes to one lucky winner. Tickets cost just £1 and our sellers are all around the ground.
Oxford United pride ourselves on providing a great atmosphere for families to enjoy. We have a full Family Guide to games available HERE: OUFC Family Guide
The Family Room is not open this evening - it is open for all Saturday home games but not usually for midweek fixtures.
iFollow is available with thje full game LIVE to see wherever you are. There will also be reaction from the key men after the game, and you can follow all the action on Twitter at @OUFCOfficial.