Lambert Makes Five Changes at Bristol City
Tuesday, 12th Mar 2019 19:01
Town boss Paul Lambert has made five changes for his side's visit to Bristol City this evening with Josh Emmanuel and Toto Nsiala coming into the defence, Trevoh Chalobah and Andre Dozzell starting in midfield, and Kayden Jackson replacing Collin Quaner up front.
Emmanuel makes his first start of the season with loanee James Bree and midfield duo Cole Skuse and Teddy Bishop all dropping to the bench, while there is no place in the matchday squad for either Quaner or Jonas Knudsen.
Young keeper Harry Wright and midfielder Idris El Mizouni, who has impressed at reserve and youth levels this season, are both named on the bench for the first time in their senior careers.
The home side give a debut to New Zealander Stefan Marinovic in goal, while former Town centre-back Adam Webster, who joined Bristol City in the summer, starts at the back.
Town: Bialkowski, Emmanuel, Chambers (c), Nsiala, Kenlock, Chalobah, Dozzell, Nolan, Edwards, Judge, Jackson. Subs: Wright, Skuse, Harrison, Bishop, Bree, El Mizouni, Dawkins. Referee: Darren Bond (Lancashire).
Bristol City: Marinovic, Webster, Brownhill, Diedhou, Weimann, Kelly, Eliasson, Paterson, Pack (c), Kalas, Hunt. Subs: O'Leary, Dasilva, Wright, Taylor, O'Dowda, Semenyo, Palmer.
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