Hyam Makes Comeback as U23s Draw at West Brom
Monday, 13th Feb 2017 21:24
Luke Hyam played the first 65 minutes as Town’s U23s drew 0-0 at West Brom in the Premier League Cup, the midfielder’s first game back after the knee injury he sustained in pre-season.
Centre-half Tommy Smith played the full 90 minutes of his second U23s game as he continues his comeback from the back operation he underwent in September.
Town remain bottom of their Premier League Cup group and must beat Huddersfield in their final group game and hope West Brom don't win theirs against Liverpool to progress to the next stage.
U23s: Crowe, Fowler, C Smith, T Smith, Woolfenden, Hyam (Nydam 65), Blanchfield (McDonnell 65), Dozzell, McKendry (Folami 79), Morris, McLoughlin. Unused: Hayes, Robinson.
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