Carruthers, who scored winning goals against Southend United and York City as well as the goal which earned us the visit of Leeds United, is set to continue his fruitful partnership with Steve Torpey up front and will enjoy his day in the limelight.
Like all the players he has tried to ignore much of the pre-match hype and focus his mind on the league games.
"We have kept our minds focused on the league games, now we can look forward to the Leeds game and it is one we can enjoy," he said today.
"The boys are buzzing now, there is no pressure on us, it is all going to be on them."
Midfield man Wayne Graves however warned that it will be a hard days work for the Iron: "It's going to be hard because they are much better players than we are normally used to playing against.
"But the spirit in the camp is good, and I sure that we will give it our best shot."
The match is United's first ever sell-out at Glanford Park.