Chambers, Skuse and Bialkowski Return Against Blackburn
Saturday, 14th Jan 2017 14:27
Town have made three changes for this afternoon’s home game against Blackburn with skipper Luke Chambers, Cole Skuse and Bartosz Bialkowski returning to the team.
The Blues look set to line-up in a 3-5-2 system with Skuse, Kevin Bru and Andre Dozzell in central midfield, Josh Emmanuel and Jonas Knudsen the wing-backs and Tom Lawrence up front probably playing slightly behind Freddie Sears.
England U18 international striker Ben Morris and left-back Pat Webber are again included on the bench.
Town: Bialkowski, Emmanuel, Chambers (c), Webster, Berra, Knudsen, Skuse, Bru, Dozzell, Sears, Lawrence. Subs: Gerken, Best, Digby, Ward, Douglas, Morris, Webber.
Blackburn Rovers: Steele, Williams, Lowe (c), Feeney, Marshall, Graham, Mulgrew, Gallagher, Akpan, Lenihan, Bennett. Subs: Raya, Greer, Emnes, Nyame, Tomlinson, Mahoney, Brown. Referee: James Linington (Newport IoW).
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