Town Without Downes, Norwood, Vincent-Young and Wilson at Accrington
Sunday, 20th Oct 2019 11:34
Town are without Flynn Downes, James Norwood, Kane Vincent-Young and James Wilson for this afternoon’s live Sky game at Accrington Stanley (KO noon).
Downes suffered a hip injury while away with England’s U20s, Norwood underwent groin surgery early last week, Vincent-Young suffered a groin problem at Fleetwood a fortnight ago, while Wilson is suspended for one game after his red card at Highbury.
One-time Stanley centre-half Toto Nsiala comes into the back three for the first time this season, Gwion Edwards is at right wing-back, Andre Dozzell is in midfield and Alan Judge will play off lone striker Kayden Jackson, who is facing his old club.
The Blues’ third ex-Accrington man Janoi Donacien is among the subs, as are Will Keane, Emyr Huws and Armando Dobra.
Accrington: Evtimov, Johnson, Hughes, Sykes, Clark, Finley, Zanzala, McConville, Bishop, Conneely, Opoku. Subs: Bursik, Edwards, Kaba Sharif, Pritchard, Carvahlo, Charles, Alese.
Town: Holy, Woolfenden, Chambers, Nsiala, Edwards, Skuse, Dozzell, Nolan, Garbutt, Judge, Jackson. Subs: Norris, Donacien, Rowe, Dobra, Georgiou, Huws, Keane. Referee: Sebastian Stockbridge (Tyne and Wear).
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