Vincent-Young Makes Debut and Chambers Returns at Bolton
Saturday, 24th Aug 2019 14:21
Kane Vincent-Young has been handed his Blues debut, while skipper Luke Chambers returns as Town face crisis club Bolton Wanderers at the University of Bolton Stadium.
Vincent-Young will be at right-back with Janoi Donacien dropping to the bench with skipper Chambers at centre-half alongside James Wilson with Luke Woolfenden rested and among the subs.
Manager Paul Lambert returns to a 4-4-2 system with Alan Judge making his first League One start of the season on the left of midfield and Gwion Edwards on the right.
Cole Skuse and Flynn Downes continue in the centre, while Kayden Jackson rejoins James Norwood up front. New loan signing Anthony Georgiou is again on the bench.
Bolton’s side includes four of their five senior players, keeper Remi Matthews and midfielders Jason Lowe, who captains, Luke Murphy and James Weir.
Bolton: Matthews, White, Zouma, Brockbank, Lowe (c), Weir, Murphy, Graham, King-Harmes, Brown-Sterling, Darcy. Subs: Alexander, Boon, Brown, Senior, Lockett, Richards, Riley.
Town: Holy, Vincent-Young, Chambers (c), Wilson, Kenlock, Skuse, Downes, Judge, Edwards, Jackson, Norwood. Subs: Norris, Donacien, Rowe, Dozzell, Woolfenden, Georgiou, Huws. Referee: Kevin Johnson (Weston-super-Mare).
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