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Scotland Alongside Chopra Against Bristol Rovers
Scotland Alongside Chopra Against Bristol Rovers
Tuesday, 14th Aug 2012 19:02

Town boss Paul Jewell has named his expected strongest available side for tonight's Capital One Cup first round tie against Bristol Rovers at Portman Road.

The Blues appear likely to be lining up 4-4-2 with Jason Scotland up front alongside Michael Chopra. One-time Pirate Nathan Ellington is on the Town bench alongside Northern Irish U19 international midfielder Cormac Burke, who has been handed the number 32 shirt, in the senior squad for the first time.

Bristol Rovers include Chelsea keeper Sam Walker, who signed on loan today, who played for Northampton at Portman Road in the Carling Cup last year and is a Town supporter. Full match preview here.

Town: Loach, Edwards, Chambers, Smith, Cresswell, Hyam, Luongo, Emmanuel-Thomas, Martin, Scotland, Chopra. Subs: Lee-Barrett, Whight, Ainsley, Lawrence, Stevenson, Burke, Ellington.

Bristol Rovers: Walker, Smith, Paterson, Clarkson, Gill, Harrold, Brown, Norburn, Anyisah, Virgo, Brown. Harding, Gough, Staley, Clarke, Clucas, Lund.

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mattitfc1982 added 19:07 - Aug 14
COYB!!!!!!
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ipswichm8 added 19:15 - Aug 14
good 4-0
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StuartBrett8 added 19:26 - Aug 14
Good luck lad's ... shame it's not on the T.V :(
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TractorBeezer added 19:29 - Aug 14
i sense a few goals tonight. Good luck lads!
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bontcho added 19:33 - Aug 14
Disappointed Bryon hasn't been given a shot though. Seemed an ideal opportunity.
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NoCanariesAllowed added 19:40 - Aug 14
Have to admit, whenever I hear that we are playing 4-4-2, I feel like shouting 'Hurrah! Sense prevails!' I honestly don't know why we don't play this formation like the days of old instead of fiddling around with the sort of 'creative' variations that you see in football at the European level. The teams that have gotten promoted from the Championship in recent years have more often than not stuck to a good old English 4-4-2, and I'd rather we found a way to make that formation work for us too.
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backwiththeboysagain added 19:43 - Aug 14
COYB. Let's score a few, with a JET screamer in the back of the net and not hitting the bar. 3-1
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miltonsnephew added 20:23 - Aug 14
Sooo shocked were losing 1-0, hows the team performing? And was their goal against the run of play??
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Matthew_Crush added 20:43 - Aug 14
1-1 now , scotland with another curler like west ham , , i have always said scotland is good and strongly believe he would smash it if he played every game
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Jimmys_Law added 20:45 - Aug 14
The goal was against the run of play, although we are not playing as well as we did against West Ham. Their goal was pretty amazing. The right back curled one over loach from 30 odd yards out. Half time 1-1. COYB!!!
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StuartBrett8 added 21:07 - Aug 14
I'm listening on radio suffolk online in Norfolk, does anyone know if the league games commentaries will be available this season? It's so nice to listen rather than watching soccer saturday's ticker :)
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Matthew_Crush added 21:13 - Aug 14
stuart - yes u can as its online so u can pick up in norfolk .. league games on radio and yes its nice to listen
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StuartBrett8 added 21:24 - Aug 14
@Matthew_Crush

Thanks mate :)
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alexharban added 22:01 - Aug 14
IPSWICH ARE BETTER THAN EVERYBODY
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