Luton’s Jack Stacey back from suspension for Lincoln game
Defender Jack Stacey is available for Luton against Lincoln after completing his three-match ban.
Manager Nathan Jones made four changes to his side on Saturday off the back of a 5-0 win against Swindon but may well be tempted to revert back to his old formula after a 4-0 defeat to Port Vale.
Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu, Lawson D’Ath, Elliot Lee and Harry Cornick were the players to come in and may well be looking over their shoulders on New Year’s Eve.
Scott Cuthbert (groin) and Alan McCormack (hernia) are still unavailable.
Defender Luke Waterfall will be pushing for a start for Lincoln.
A sickness bug ravaged the Imps squad before Christmas, causing Waterfall to miss the match against Stevenage, and he only made the bench for the victory over Forest Green, coming on at the death to replace Nathan Arnold.
His absence on Boxing Day has been the only change for City in the last three games so Danny Cowley could choose to go for fresh legs ahead of the final game of the festive period.
Striker Matt Rhead enters the game having scored four goals in his last five.