Four Changes for Foxes Clash
Monday, 9th Apr 2012 14:13
Blues boss Paul Jewell has made four changes to his side for this afternoon’s home game against Leicester. Ryan Stevenson makes his first start for Town, while Josh Carson, Lee Bowyer and Jason Scotland come in for Andy Drury, Lee Martin, Jay Emmanuel-Thomas and Michael Chopra.
Leicester manager Nigel Pearson makes no changes from the team which beat Doncaster Rovers 4-0 at home on Saturday. Full match preview here.
Town: Lee-Barrett, Edwards (c), Smith, Delaney, Cresswell, Leadbitter, Bowyer, Stevenson, Carson, Murphy, Scotland. Subs: Wright, Sonko, Emmanuel-Thomas, Martin, Chopra.
Leicester: Schmeichel, Peltier, Morgan, Bamba, Konchesky, Marshall, Wellens (c), Drinkwater, Dyer, Nugent, Beckford. Subs: Howard, St Ledger, King, Gallagher, Schlupp.
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