Former Manchester United youngster Max Haygarth has been given another run-out by the Hatters in their behind closed doors friendly against Championship side Reading at Kenilworth Road this afternoon.
The 20-year-old, who started out at Old Trafford and also played for Brentford B, has been on trial at Kenilworth Road this summer, coming off the bench against Peterborough United in a pre-season friendly recently.
He is part of a strong Town side, as Welsh international Tom Lockyer captains the XI, while Henri Lansbury, Dion Pereira, Carlos Mendes Gomes and Admiral Muskwe are also included.
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Summer signing Louie Watson is fit enough to get the nod in midfield, while Development squad duo Casey Pettit and Josh Williams also start.
Hatters: Harry Isted, Elliot Thorpe, Tom Lockyer (C), Casey Pettit, Josh Williams, Henri Lansbury, Max Haygarth, Louie Watson, Carlos Mendes Gomes, Dion Pereira, Admiral Muskwe.
Subs: Jameson Horlick, Josh Odell-Bature, Vickers, Zack Nelson, Tyrelle Newton, Jacob Pinnington.