Luton Town boss Gary Brabin is expecting a feisty clash against AFC Telford as the two sides prepare to face each other for the first time.
This match was scheduled for the opening day of the season but had to be postponed due to the August riots.
The game also marks Hatters captain Keith Keane's 250th appearance.
An excited Brabin told Luton Today: "Last time I went there was as a player. It was quite feisty that day and I'm expecting it to be that way tomorrow.
"We watched them recently against Southport and they had a bad start but for 75 minutes looked dangerous and were probably unlucky to come away with no points.
"I think they will be a tough, tough side to play. They've got a big squad and an ambitious manager.
"It's a club that's probably under-achieved in the past few years, had a bit of lot of bad luck, and are probably back to where they think they should be.
"They've had some good performances this year and some good results."
Town must do without midfielder Jamie Hand, who is suspended after picking up his fifth booking of the season in Saturday's 2-0 defeat of Darlington although Curtis Osano could return after missing out with a toe injury.
Meanwhile, George Pilkington, Dan Gleeson, Freddie Murray, Shane Blackett and Charlie Henry remain sidelined.
Brabin added: "It's probably been our best week of news on the injury front. Shane Blackett has been given the all clear to start full time training.
"George Pilkington we are hopeful we have nailed down the problem and he could be training with group in seven days.
"Dan Gleeson has had a scan on his back and we are confident we've got to the bottom of that and Freddie Murray has stepped up his training."
Bucks midfielder Carl Rodgers, meanwhile, hopes he keeps his place in the Telford side after starting their 1-1 draw with Stockport County on Saturday.
Rodgers went on holiday just as the season started before picking up an eye injury followed by a calf strain. But back to full fitness, he is eager to impress.
He told the Shropshire Star: "Hopefully I've proved that I am fit enough and I think I did all right. It's down to him to see whether he agreed with me but hopefully he will.
"I missed the first couple of weeks of pre-season when I was on holiday. Then I came back and split my eye open and then picked up a little calf injury.
"It's been frustrating for myself as well as for Andy. I've come back and I've worked hard and he's given me another chance hopefully I've taken that chance."
Telford boss Andy Sinton added: "I've been waiting to get Bruno in.
"People asked questions every week as to where he is and that has been highlighted but you see how valuable he is in the role we play him."
While Luton are unbeaten in seventh place with 13 points from seven matches, Telford have picked up just eight points after three losses.