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Before the start of the season, Blackpool boss Neil Critchley would have set a target of around 50 points to keep the newly-promoted club in the second tier.
However, on the back of four wins in five, Blackpool have almost reached half of that tally, putting them in the mix for an unlikely promotion bid.
Critchley’s side are relishing the tag of minnows of the division, their latest statement result coming against Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.
At a time when they hold the fourth-best away record in the Championship, Blackpool also head into Wednesday’s game on the back of three successive wins at Bloomfield Road.
Midfielder Keshi Anderson has scored in consecutive fixtures, easing the responsibility on Shayne Lavery and Jerry Yates who have five strikes apiece.
Luton midfielder Luke Berry is set to miss the rest of this month with a knee injury, but otherwise Jones will have a fully fit squad to choose from.
A similar side that played against Middlesbrough is set to be named again on Saturday, though the likes of Fred Onyedinma, Cameron Jerome and Glen Rea will all be pushing for a place in the first XI.
Striker Elijah Adebayo, who has scored seven goals in his last eight league games for the Hatters, is expected to lead the line in attack alongside Cornick.
As for Stoke, they will be without Nick Powell (leg), Morgan Fox (hamstring), Sam Clucas (thigh), Alfie Doughty (hip) and Abdallah Sima (groin), who are all ruled out with injuries.
Jacob Brown, who recently received his first international call up for Scotland ahead of this month’s World Cup qualifiers, is expected to keep his place in attack alongside either Fletcher, Sam Surridge or Tyrese Campbell.
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Mario Vrancic came off the bench in the victory against Blackpool, but could be handed a start in midfield this weekend ahead of either Jordan Thompson or Romaine Sawyers.
Luton Town possible starting lineup:
Sluga; Burke, Bradley, Naismith; Bree, Lansbury, Mpanzu, Osho, Potts; Cornick, Adebayo
Stoke City possible starting lineup:
Bursik; Wilmot, Souttar, Batth; Smith, Vrancic, Allen, Thompson, Tymon; Brown, Fletcher