Town Unchanged Against Cardiff
Saturday, 18th Feb 2012 14:41
Town boss Paul Jewell has named an unchanged side for this afternoon’s home game against Cardiff City. The Blues include three ex-Bluebirds in their line-up, Michael Chopra, Arran Lee-Barrett and one-time loanee Jay Emmanuel-Thomas.
Cardiff made two changes from the side which beat Peterborough 3-1 at home in midweek, striker Joe Mason and midfielder Filip Kiss replacing Rudy Gestede and on-loan Newcastle man Haris Vučkić respectively. Full match preview here
Town: Lee-Barrett, Edwards, Smith, Delaney, Cresswell, Drury, Hyam, Emmanuel-Thomas, Martin, Murphy, Chopra. Subs: McCarthy, Ainsley, Leadbitter, Bullard, Scotland.
Cardiff City: Marshall, McNaughton, Taylor, Gerrard, Turner, Whittingham, Cowie, Gunnarsson, Kiss, Mason, Miller. Subs: Parish, Earnshaw, Conway, Vučkić, Blake.
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