For The Cherries, the only new injury doubt is that for Wade Elliott who made way for Alan Connell. The others who will be out due to longer term injuries are Stephen Purches (ankle), Steve Fletcher and Jason Tindall (knee).
Alan Connell is hoping for a starting place, but without an obvious replacement on the right hand side of the pitch, Neil Young may return to the starting 11 as might Garreth O'Connor, both of whom came on as second half sibstitutes against Wrexham.
As for Luton, they will naturally be very keen to extend their 100% start to the season in front of their fans. According to news from Luton related web sites, they are likely to start with the same squad that beat Blackpool over the weekend.
Our record at Kenilworth Road is reasonable, not one littered with wins though, having won just 6 games in the 26 visits we've made. The last of which came on February 5th, 2000 when we won 2-1. Before that, we've got to go back to Christmas 1964/65!! Check our full head to head record.