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Suffering what would have been a disappointing 2-0 loss away at Sheffield United over the weekend, there is no doubt that Luton Town will be seeking an immediate response on Tuesday night.
Still gaining a host of admirers from across the Championship this season, Nathan Jones' side should be looking to cash in on a Bristol City squad who have shown some extended problems on the road.
Despite landing a much-needed 3-2 win at home against Cardiff last time out, the Robins almost find themselves sat in Championship limbo as they travel to Kenilworth Road here.
Kindly note that all information in this preview, including whether or not the event will take place, is subject to change due to Covid-19.
Two sides who open Tuesday's fixtures sat just a pair of points apart in the Championship table, neutrals will be hoping that Luton Town vs Bristol City produces a lively affair at Kenilworth Road.
With Luton and Bristol City playing out a 1-1 draw when they last met at Ashton Gate back in September, it should be noted that each of their last three meetings have finished with both teams finding the net.
Likewise, with the Robins seeing three of their last four away fixtures finish in an identical outcome, it's worth highlighting that both teams to bag at least a single strike on Tuesday night can be found priced at 10/11.
Managing to land themselves a top-half finish after making their Championship return last season, Luton Town have once again impressed this time around.
While Saturday's 2-0 loss away at Sheffield United might have seen them come tumbling out of the top-12, Nathan Jones' men have collected some notable scalps over the past two months.
Despite seeing their schedule take a real hit after dealing with COVID-19 related issues, Luton proved in their 3-2 win against Bournemouth on January 15th that they're a tough test for anyone across the Championship.
With just a pair of defeats at Kenilworth Road to their name since the end of August, a run highlighted by victories against the likes of Middlesbrough and Coventry, Tuesday's hosts should still find the mood in their camp at a real high.
However, in terms of Luton's team news in midweek, Jones' side will be without a key defensive figure here.
Shown a second-half red card against Sheffield United last time out, former West Ham academy product Reece Burke will start his three-match suspension.
Putting in a nightmare display as they were hit with a 6-2 drumming at automatic promotion contenders Fulham on January 15th, Nigel Pearson made it clear that he was calling on an immediate response from his side over the weekend.
Eventually picking up an action-packed 3-2 win at home against Cardiff on Saturday, Bristol City will be desperate to build off of that momentum here.
However, knowing that they will face a stern test when they travel to Kenilworth Road in midweek, the Robins have once again struggled to find any real consistency this season.
Remarkably failing to secure back-to-back Championship wins throughout the 2021/22 campaign, Pearson will be calling on attacking talisman Andreas Weimann to spearhead their charge.
Forming an eye-catching partnership with Chris Martin up top, Weimann has now bagged six Championship goals in as many appearances.
However, in terms of their injury news, Bristol City could be without a pair of first-team stars here.
Both limping off in the first-half against Cardiff over the weekend, the one-time Leicester boss is sweating over the fitness of Jay Dasilva and Zak Vyner on Tuesday night.
With the first meeting of Luton Town vs Bristol City taking place way back in 1992, the midweek opponents have almost exclusively faced off on Championship duties during past decades.
Snatching an injury-time point away at Ashton Gate when they met the Robins back in September, Luton also hold a hugely impressive record against Nigel Pearson's side over recent times.
In fact, the Hatters have lost just one of their previous 12 meetings against Bristol City, a run that stems back to 2001.
While Luton might have thought a few years ago that they would be moving to a new home ahead of the 2020/21 campaign, Nathan Jones' men are still enjoying life at Kenilworth Road.
Their home since way back in 1905, Tuesday's hosts hold a fearsome reputation for the hostile atmosphere that they can create in Bedfordshire.
Although Luton might hold the second-lowest average attendance so far this season, there is no doubt that they will create quite the noise in Kenilworth Road.
In terms of COVID-19 protocol in England, Vaccine Passports will be a requirement of entry and these regulations are set to be in place until the end of January at least.
While Luton would have been disappointed by their second-half display away at Sheffield United over the weekend, the Hatters will have earmarked Tuesday's meeting as a chance to make an immediate response.
On the flip side, despite claiming a thrilling 3-2 win against Cardiff on home soil last time out, Bristol City have continued to show a host of issues away from Ashton Gate.
With just a single Championship point on the road from their last six attempts, all signs are pointing towards another tough night's work for the away day strugglers.