Charlton Athletic v Luton Town preview
Charlton Athletic v Luton Town preview
Luton will bring more than 3,000 fans to The Valley on Saturday, as the Hatters defend their 28 match unbeaten run.

Nathan Jones did a wonderful job at Kenilworth Road, but when he left, many felt that Luton would slip down the table. But under Mick Harford, they have got even stronger.
They are this season’s surprise package, and to top the table this late in the season, given the calibre of the clubs in League One this season, is quite outstanding.
But despite their impressive run, the job is not quite done yet, they still need a few more points to confirm their elevation to the Championship.
Charlton are also in fine form, and though a place in the play-offs looks assured, Lee Bowyer wants to finish as high as possible. He would prefer to play the second leg of the play-off game at home.
The Addicks ended Huddersfield’s year long, 43 match unbeaten run on their way to the League One title in November 2011. And bringing‎ Luton’s stunning run to a close, is the kind of challenge Bowyer relishes.
Bowyer has a near full strength squad to pick from, and is likely to make changes from the side that won at Wycombe in the week.
Chris Solly, Naby Sarr and Jonnie Williams are all likely to return.
Bowyer could field this team:
Phillips; Solly, Bauer, Sarr, Purrington; Cullen, Pratley, Aribo, Williams; Taylor, Vetokele.
Subs: Maxwell, Dijksteel, Pearce, Lapslie, Morgan, Reeves, Fosu.
‎The referee will be Gavin Ward from Surrey.
There will be a big crowd, and a cracking atmosphere at The Valley for this game. Both sides will be desperate to win, which should make for an exciting encounter.
Victory would be a real feather in Bowyer’s cap.