Town Unchanged Against Wigan
Saturday, 15th Dec 2018 14:33
Town have named an unchanged team for this afternoon’s home game against Wigan Athletic.
Dean Gerken continues in goal behind centre-halves Matthew Pennington and skipper Luke Chambers with Jonas Knudsen and Jordan Spence the full-backs.
Trevoh Chalobah is in the deeper midfielder with Flynn Downes and Jon Nolan ahead of him. Up front, Jordan Roberts is in the middle with Jack Lankester on the right and Freddie Sears on the left.
For Wigan, ex-Blues loanee Callum Connolly and Will Grigg come into the team for the suspended Kai Naismith and James Vaughan, who drops to the bench.
Former Blues winger Gary Roberts starts with ex-striker Joe Garner on the bench and one-time defender Alex Bruce not in the 18.
Town: Gerken, Spence, Chambers (c), Pennington, Knudsen, Chalobah, Downes, Nolan, Lankester, Sears, Roberts. Subs: Bialkowski, Edwards, Jackson, Bishop, Nsiala, Dozzell, Kenlock.
Wigan: Walton, James, Kipre, Burn, Connolly, Morsy (c), Evans, Byrne, Windass, Roberts, Grigg. Subs: Jones, Gibson, Vaughan, Massey, McManaman, Dunkley, Garner. Referee: Scott Duncan (Northumberland).
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