Town Unchanged Against Wolves
Saturday, 21st Nov 2015 14:25
Town boss Mick McCarthy has named an unchanged side for today’s game against his old club Wolves.
The line-up gives the Blues manager the flexibility to start 4-4-2, as his side did at Rotherham last time out, or in a 4-3-3 formation.
For Wolves, one-time Town loanee Jordan Graham makes his debut wide in midfield, while Blues central defender Christophe Berra is facing his old club.
Town: Gerken, Chambers (c), Smith, Berra, Knudsen, Skuse, Bru, Douglas, Sears, Murphy. Pitman. Subs: Bialkowski, Malarczyk, Parr, Maitland-Niles, Coke, Oar, Touré.
Wolves: Ikeme, Iorfa, Batth (c), Williamson, Golbourne, McDonald, Price, Henry, Edwards, Graham, Afobe. Subs: Flatt, Doherty, Coady, Ojo, Byrne, Holt, Le Fondre. Referee: Gavin Ward (Surrey).
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