Stanley’s FA Cup campaign continues at the third round stage tomorrow.

Luton Town make the trip north with one League Two side guaranteed a place in Monday’s fourth round draw.

2017 has started encouragingly for Stanley and after a win and a draw in the league attention now turns to another competition.

The Reds last reached the FA Cup fourth round in 2010 when they were beaten by Fulham, now they’re hoping to get there again.

To make it they’ll have to defeat a familiar Luton side doing well in League Two and looking for a second win over Stanley this season.

John Coleman’s side are unbeaten in two following the New Year’s Eve win at Crewe and 2-2 draw with Hartlepool on Monday.

They last won at home in mid October but have already beaten Bradford City and Woking in this season’s FA Cup and will hope to add another to that list.

The Reds are 21st in League Two, 13 points worse off than their sixth placed visitors.

Team News

Hull City loanees Jonathan Edwards and Harvey Rodgers have permission to play in the FA Cup, with Edwards having made his debut as a sub on Monday.

Goalkeeper Elliot Parish has missed the last couple of games through injury but could return after resuming training.

Defender Liam Goulding has left the club to make his loan move to Wealdstone permanent.

After earning promotion to the Football League prior to the 2014/15 season, the Hatters are in their third campaign back in League Two.

They started this season well, establishing themselves as one of the leading contenders for promotion to the third tier.

They’re sixth in League Two ahead of kick off and beat Stanley in a league game at Kenilworth Road in November.

Nathan Jones was appointed as John Still’s successor in January 2016.

A former coach and assistant manager at Brighton, Charlton and Yeovil, he was a player at Kenilworth Road in 1995 but left without making an appearance.

Jones spent a year in Spain before returning to the UK and playing for Southend, Brighton and Yeovil where he went onto make over 500 appearances.

Match Info

Admission

£20 for adults

£15 for over 65s and Under 16s

£10 for an Under 12 accompanied by an adult

This an all pay  Emirates FA Cup third round – Season Ticket and Loyalty Card discounts are not applicable for this game.
*all students/under 16s must show valid student ID at the turnstile or ticket office
** all under 12s must be accompanied by an adult

All supporters must purchase a ticket before entering the turnstiles