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Fred Onyedinma starts: The predicted Luton Town XI to face Bournemouth on Saturday

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Luton Town will be hoping to dethrone the Championship’s league leaders tomorrow when Bournemouth visit Kenilworth Road.

Nathan Jones, who is nearing having the full squad available to him for selection, has recently signed a new contract with the club, extending his stay with the Hatters until 2027.

The Hatters have been out of league action since December 11, with their FA Cup clash against Harrogate Town being their only competitive match in the last five weeks – a match where Luton started rusty.

Jones’ side come up against a Bournemouth team who have seemingly come through a rocky Christmas period by winning their last two matches without conceding a goal.

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The Cherries will be striving to continue their push for automatic promotion and will be eyeing up all three points at Kenilworth Road.

Here, is how Luton could line up to face Scott Parker’s tomorrow at 12:30…

Starting off in goal and starting off with one that may be quite a contentious topic.

James Shea has done excellent in recent weeks, taking his chance in the team superbly, however, Simon Sluga still appears to be the club’s number one, with the Croatian international’s distribution slightly ahead of the former Wimbledon man.

Kal Naismith, Sonny Bradley and Reece Burke are seemingly a setback three at the moment, although, Tom Lockyer will be knocking on the door and trying to pave his way back into regular contention.

James Bree and Amari’i Bell also look like candidates for yet another start, with the back five not seeing too many changes in the last couple of months.

From a plethora of midfield options, Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu and Henri Lansbury could start together tomorrow, with Luke Berry gently easing himself back into things.

If Jordan Clark is not deployed more centrally, then he could take his spot on the right-wing, with harry Cornick still facing time on the sidelines.

Fred Onyedinma was a bright spark for the Hatters when he came on against Harrogate Town, and he could play his part tomorrow from the left-wing.

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