Trialist Starts for Reserves
Tuesday, 22nd Nov 2011 12:45
Trialist Teddy Bjarnason is in the starting line-up for this afternoon's behind-closed-doors friendly against West Ham.
Schoolboy Byron Lawrence, 15, also starts for what is a strong Blues side.
The Hammers' official website is running text commentary on the match, which kicks off at 1pm, here.
Reserves: Lee-Barrett, Wabara, Kennedy, Ainsley, Smith, Hyam, Lawrence, Bjarnason, Emmanuel-Thomas, Murphy, Ellington. Subs: Murray, Cropper, Whight, Burke, O'Connor.
West Ham: Kurucz, Driver, Brown, Potts, Demel, Wearen, Moncur, O Lee, Sears, Taylor, Montenegro. Subs: Larkins, K Lee, Lletget, Turgott, Vose.
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