A win for the Hatters could take them as high as ninth, while Reading could go as high as third.
Reading are currently in an injury crisis, but John Swift and Lucas Joao may make a return on Saturday. The Royals are still without Omar Richards, Lewis Gibson, Andy Yiadom, Felipe Araruna, Yakou Meite, and George Puscas.
On the contrary, Luton has quite the opposite, with no fresh injury concerns but just the one injury, with Eunan O'Kane, set to be back in early 2021.
Rafael; Holmes, McIntyre, Morrison, Esteves, Rinomhota, Laurent, Olise, Ejaria, Aluko, Baldock.
Shea; Cranie, Lockyer, Bradley, Potts, Norrington-Davies, Mpanzu, Dewsbury-Hall, Berry, Hylton, Collins.
Ones to watch
With seven assists so far, he has the most in the Championship so far and a the age of 19, he has a very high ceiling. So much so that clubs like Liverpool, Chelsea, and AC Milan have reportedly shown interest. Reading will have a lot to do to keep him a the club until the summer.
The left wing-back has been crucial to the way Luton play, with him being a perfect gift as an attacking left-back. The Welshman puts delightful crosses in, week in week out. He caused Reading many problems the last time they met and is sure to do the same yet again.
The last time these two met was earlier in the season in the Carabao Cup when Luton won 0-1 at the Madejski Stadium through a Jordan Clark header. The last time these two met in the league was last season after the restart when Reading beat Luton 0-5 at Kenilworth Road.
How to watch
The match will kick-off at 3:00 pm on Saturday, December 26, and is available to watch by purchasing an iFollow pass for £10.