Bialkowski and Waghorn Start at Barnet
Saturday, 21st Jul 2018 14:19
Returning keeper Bartosz Bialkowski and much-coveted striker Martyn Waghorn both start this afternoon’s friendly at Barnet (KO 3pm).
Bialkowski makes his first appearance of pre-season having been away following his stint at the World Cup with Poland.
Striker Joe Garner and midfielder Tom Adeyemi remain absent with knee and achilles problems respectively, along with Teddy Bishop, Emyr Huws and Danny Rowe, who continue to work on their fitness. Jonas Knudsen is due back at the club on Monday following his post-World Cup break.
Drafted into the travelling party are Bailey Clements, a young left-back, and central defender or right-back Corrie Ndaba.
Town: Bialkowski, Emmanuel, Kenlock, Chambers (c), Woolfenden, Ward, Downes, Skuse, Roberts, Waghorn, Sears. Subs: Gerken, Spence, Clements, Ndaba, Nydam, Dozzell, Edwards, Folami.
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