Harrison Returns as U23s Face Millwall
Monday, 26th Nov 2018 10:37
Striker Ellis Harrison returns to match action this afternoon when the Blues’ table-topping U23s face Millwall at their Calmont Road training ground (KO 1.30pm).
Summer signing Harrison, 24, has been sidelined since suffering an ankle injury in late September. Also involved against the Lions will be Aaron Drinan, Ben Folami and Myles Kenlock.
Town’s U23s, who are coached by Gerard Nash and Chris Hogg, are top of the Professional Development League Two South table and are unbeaten in 12, their only loss having come in their first game of the campaign.
Millwall are currently fourth and are without a win in their last four, drawing two and losing two.
U23s: Wright, Cotter, Kenlock, C Smith, Ndaba, McGavin, McLoughlin, El Mizouni, Folami, Harrison, Drinan. Subs: Egan, Dobra, McKendry, Clements, K Brown.
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