Murphy, Stearman and Edwards Back But N'Daw Misses Out
Saturday, 16th Mar 2013 14:37
Daryl Murphy, Richard Stearman and skipper Carlos Edwards return to the Town side for today’s home game against Bolton Wanderers. Boss Mick McCarthy names only six substitutes with only five of the seven domestic loanees available.
Midfielder Guirane N’Daw misses out for personal reasons, while Elliott Hewitt has a hip problem, Frank Nouble a hamstring injury, while Lee Martin misses the second game of his three-match suspension.
Byron Lawrence, who celebrated his 17th birthday this week, is on the bench for the first time under McCarthy’s management. Aaron Mclean and Reece Brown are the domestic loanees missing out. Full match preview here.
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Town: Henderson, Stearman, Chambers, Smith, Cresswell, Edwards, Hyam, Drury, Tabb, McGoldrick, Murphy. Subs: Loach, Kisnorbo, Mings, Emmanuel-Thomas, Chopra, Lawrence.
Bolton: Lonergan, Ricketts, Knight, Dawson, Alonso, Spearing, Pratley, Eagles, Chung-Yong, Ngog, C Davies. Subs: Bogdan, Wheater, Holden, Kamara, Odelusi, Sordell, K Davies.
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