Still faces decision over Tyler and Justham

Mark Tyler claims during Tuesday night's win over Bristol City
Mark Tyler claims during Tuesday night's win over Bristol City

Boss John Still faces a tough decision over who starts in goal for Luton against fellow promotion hopefuls Oxford United this weekend.

Elliot Justham was named in the team for Town’s first match at Accrington Stanley last weekend, but Mark Tyler was back between the posts for Tuesday night’s 3-1 victory over Bristol City and is now ready to be come into consideration.

Speaking to the press this afternoon, Still said: “Mark is up to speed now, so that’s a contentious decision that has got to be made in that area.

“I think Mark needed that extra game, which he had, so now we’ll decide how we go.”

Still doesn’t anticipate any other injury worries, with Stephen O’Donnell available after coming off late on during midweek, leaving just Magnus Okuonghae as Town’s only absentee.

The boss continued: “Steve had a bit of tightness, he could have stayed on but no need too. He was fine and back out training today.

“Everyone’s okay, people who played on Tuesday have only done a light session today, others are working hard, so we haven’t got any problems.

“Having come through the pre-season and had two games, most people have taken part now, other than Ryan Hall, whose a touch behind.

“Luke Guttridge and Alex Lawless as well, they’ll probably be a touch disappointed, but I’ve tried to do what I can for everybody to show where they are with their fitness, their organisation, disciplined manner that they should play in and their quality levels.

“I’ve been really pleased as two games have told me where 99 per cent of the squad are and I think we’re in decent shape.”