Nolan and Judge Start at Rochdale
Tuesday, 5th Nov 2019 19:26
Town boss Paul Lambert has made two changes for the Blues’ first ever game at Rochdale with Jon Nolan and Alan Judge back in the starting XI.
Nolan is the centre of a four-man midfield for Flynn Downes, who is suspended, while Judge is on the left wing.
Gwion Edwards is on the right of the back four with Kane Vincent-Young out for a few weeks having undergone groin surgery in Doha last week.
Town will return to the top of League One if they win on their first visit to Spotland.
Rochdale: Lynch, O’Connell, Williams, Camps, Pyke, Keohane, McShane, Done, Morley, Henderson, Matheson. Subs: McLaughlin, Andrew, Ryan, Wade, Bradley, Tavares, Hopper.
Town: Norris, Edwards, Woolfenden, Chambers (c), Garbutt, Rowe, Nolan, Skuse, Judge, Norwood, Jackson. Subs: Holy, Huws, Dozzell, Kenlock, Keane, Georgiou, Wilson. Referee: Scott Oldham (Lancashire).
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