Luton head to The Den this weekend to take on Millwall in the Championship looking for a first triumph at the Lions since a 1-0 Division Two success on May 6, 1999, over 20 years ago.
That day, Tony Thorpe scored the only goal of the game after 13 minutes, taking Matthew Spring's quick free-kick in his path and firing low into the net to settle the Division Two contest.
Since then, the Hatters have lost five of their next six visits, managing just one goalless draw in that time.
The Luton News takes a special look at just who was in the Town side that last triumphed in south east London.
5. Alan White
In and out of the side that term, as he made 33 league appearances, but only 18 of them from the start, scoring once as well, that in the 2-2 draw at Colchester. Returned for another spell in the 2009-10 campaign.
6. Marvin Johnson
Club legend was now in his 13th season as a pro at Luton, as he made 42 appearances that season. Did manage one goal too, that coming in the Worthington Cup win over Ipswich Town.
7. Tony Thorpe
After signing on loan from Bristol City in March, the striker scored four in eight appearances. Received a quick free-kick with 13 minutes gone and shrugged off a defender before firing low beyond Ben Roberts. Replaced on 57 minutes.
8. Phil Gray
Back in the side after a six game absence as he made 35 appearances in total for the Hatters that season finishing as the club's second top scorer with eight goals to his name.