Anderson In For Town
Saturday, 11th Jan 2014 14:34
Mick McCarthy appears to have returned to his 4-3-3 formation for today’s game against QPR at Portman Road. Paul Anderson looks set to start as part of a three-man attack alongside David McGoldrick and Paul Taylor.
Cole Skuse, Ryan Tunnicliffe and Luke Hyam line-up in midfield with skipper Luke Chambers, Aaron Cresswell, Tommy Smith and Christophe Berra at the back and Dean Gerken in goal. QPR include ex-Town loanee Danny Simpson at right-back and former keeper Brian Murphy on the bench.
Town: Gerken, Chambers, Smith, Berra, Cresswell, Hyam, Skuse, Tunnicliffe, Anderson, McGoldrick, Taylor. Subs: Loach, Mings, Edwards, Tabb, Hunt, Lee, Nouble.
QPR: Green, Simpson, Dunne, Hill, Assou-Ekotto, Barton, Carroll, Benayoun, O'Neil, Kranjcar, Austin. Subs: Murphy, Onuoha, Traore, Phillips, Wright-Phillips, Henry, Johnson.
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