The 29-year-old Berry hasn’t featured since injuring medial ligaments in his knee making a block tackle in the early stages of the 1-0 win over Hull in October, curtailing a promising run of form for the Hatters which had led to four goals in just seven appearances.
Cornick, who has notched seven times this term, has been missing with a calf problem since the 2-1 home defeat against Cardiff City on November 27, as when asked about their availability during his press conference today, boss Nathan Jones said: “Berry yes, Cornick no.
"It is a calf injury for Harry and we can’t take any chances with it because he is a pace and power athlete.
"If I had a calf injury back in the day I basically could have played anyway because I wasn’t quick and powerful like he is, but Harry relies on quick twitch fibres so he will be a little bit longer.
"This is a time where games are coming thick and fast, so to risk him, it would be futile.”