Luton vs Mansfield: Boss Paul Cox could keep faith
Mansfield boss Paul Cox has named an unchanged team for the last four games and could again retain the same starting XI.
Only strikers Jake Speight and Ross Dyer are definitely unavailable with serious knee injuries.
Adam Murray is again likely to line up in midfield against one of his old sides, while winger Louis Briscoe is expected to retain his place on the wing after showing fine form since breaking back into the side last month.
Briscoe notched the winner against Hyde in midweek - Mansfield's sixth victory in their last seven matches.
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The Stags are now only three points behind Newport, who currently occupy the final play-off place.
Luton defender Wayne Thomas has finally received international clearance to play.
Thomas had signed for the Hatters nearly three weeks ago after a spell in Greece but the paperwork has only just been completed this week.
Fellow defender Simon Ainge has recovered from a recent foot injury and is also available for selection.
Alan Neilson will take charge of first-team affairs after the unexpected departure of manager Paul Buckle earlier this week.
Striker Stuart Fleetwood is pushing for a start up front after having to be content with a place on the bench in recent games.
He will compete with the likes of Scott Rendell and Jon Shaw for a place alongside Andre Gray in the Hatters attack.