Woolfenden Returns as Blues Face Fleetwood
Saturday, 5th Oct 2019 14:29
Town boss Paul Lambert makes one change for this afternoon’s top-of-the-table clash with Fleetwood at Highbury with Luke Woolfenden coming into the side and Alan Judge dropping to the bench.
Woolfenden returns to his usual role in the Blues’ back three with Cole Skuse moving into midfield and Jon Nolan taking up the more advanced central role.
Fleetwood are unchanged from the team which won 3-0 at Shrewsbury last week.
Fleetwood: Cairns, Coyle, Andrew, Souttar, Burns, Dempsey, Evans, Morris, Dunne, Coutts, Rossiter. Subs: Gilks, Clarke, Madden, Hunter, Biggins, Sowerby, Sheron.
Town: Holy, Vincent-Young, Woolfenden, Chambers, Wilson, Garbutt, Skuse, Downes, Nolan, Jackson, Norwood. Subs: Norris, Huws, Edwards, Dozzell, Judge, Rowe, Georgiou. Referee: Carl Boyeson (East Yorkshire).
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