Luton Town manager Richard Money is expecting a stern task as his side visit promotion rivals York City on Tuesday evening. The Hatters arrive at Bootham Crescent in excellent form with a recent record of six wins from their last seven matches, eight wins from their last nine on the road and seven successive away clean sheets."On paper it is a stern test for us," Money told his club's official website. "But we keep saying there are no easy games in this division as we have found out."York probably have more quality than some of the other teams we have faced but we have to concentrate on our work."They got beat by Ebbsfleet on Saturday which meant their great run came to an end and they certainly won't want to lose two on the trot so that will make it difficult," he added."But we've equipped ourselves well on the road and it's certainly a game we can look forward to and not fear."We've kept seven successive clean sheets away from home and it will be another test for us."It's another 90 minutes to try and see it out and all over the pitch we must be at our concentrated best to make sure we get another one."Money also believes that the absence of York's suspended top scorer Richard Brodie won't make them any less of a threat."I would think Michael Gash and Michael Rankine will be up front tomorrow and I wouldn't say that is a shabby front two, would you?"We're not concerned what York do but we're certainly not rubbing our hands with glee that Brodie isn't playing."Gash has a terrific record in this league and that's why York paid a lot of money for him while Rankine is well versed with what's required at this level."If I had those two upfront tomorrow I wouldn't be too worried."