Town Again Unchanged
Saturday, 11th Feb 2012 15:04
Town boss Paul Jewell has named an unchanged side for the third game running as the Blues look for a third win on the trot against Tony Mowbray’s Middlesbrough at Portman Road this afternoon. Jewell has also picked the same subs as at Coventry a week ago.
Boro made one change, former Blues loanee Matthew Bates dropping out and Marvin Emnes coming into the XI.
Town: Lee-Barrett, Edwards, Sonko, Smith, Cresswell, Drury, Hyam, Martin, Emmanuel-Thomas, Murphy, Chopra. Subs: McCarthy, Delaney, Leadbitter, Bullard, Scotland.
Middlesbrough: Steele, Hoyte, Hines, Williams, Bennett, McMahon, Thomson, Arca, Emnes, Jutkiewicz, Main. Subs: Ripley, Ogbeche, Halliday, Williams, Smallwood.
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