Digby Returns as U23s Face Colchester
Monday, 9th Jan 2017 10:57
Defender or midfielder Paul Digby return to action after a knee injury when the U23s face Colchester United at Playford Road this afternoon (KO 1pm).
Also involved with Gerard Nash’s side will be defenders George Fowler and Pat Webber and strikers Ben Morris and Shane McLoughlin, who were all on the bench for the third round FA Cup draw with Lincoln City on Saturday, and midfielder James Blanchfield.
The Blues youngsters, who are seventh in the Professional Development League Two South table, will be looking to build on their 3-1 home victory over QPR in their last fixture before Christmas.
U23s: Hayes, Woolfenden, Webber, McDonnell, Fowler (c), Digby, Patterson, Blanchfield, Morris, McLoughlin, McKendry. Subs: Salaudeen, Wright, Robinson, Folami.
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