FULL-BACK Jack Stacey could be set for a reunion against his former club after Cherries drew Luton Town in the third round of the FA Cup.

Stacey left the Hatters in the summer after back-to-back promotions, to join Cherries in a deal worth £4million.

And he could come up against his ex-employers with Eddie Howe’s men set to host Luton at Vitality Stadium during the weekend of January 4.

Managed by Graeme Jones, Luton currently occupy 21st in the Championship with 17 points from 19 games.

Former Cherries youngster Harry Cornick, who joined Luton in 2017, has five goals in 21 appearances for the Hatters this season.

Cherries have exited at the third-round stage of the cup for the past three seasons.

They suffered a 3-1 home defeat to Premier League rivals Brighton last season, after defeats at lower-league Wigan and Millwall in the years previously.