Skuse Returns for Huws as Blues Host Peterborough
Saturday, 1st Feb 2020 14:34
Cole Skuse returns to the midfield for Emyr Huws in an otherwise unchanged Town side facing Peterborough at Portman Road. Huws misses out due to the ankle injury he suffered at Rotherham in the week.
Will Norris continues in goal behind a back three of skipper Luke Chambers, James Wilson and Luke Woolfenden. Luke Garbutt and Gwion Edwards are the wing-backs.
In midfield, Skuse joins Flynn Downes with Alan Judge ahead of them behind front pair Will Keane and Kayden Jackson.
Teddy Bishop is missing from the bench having suffered a knee problem, while Peterborough are unchanged for the fourth successive match.
Town: Norris, Chambers (c), Woolfenden, Wilson, Edwards, Downes, Skuse, Judge, Garbutt, Keane, Jackson. Subs: Holy, Donacien, Nolan, Dozzell, Norwood, Sears, Kenlock.
Peterborough: Pym, Thompson, Beevers (c), Kent, Ward, Taylor, Brown, Butler, Szmodics, Toney, Siriki, Dembele. Subs: Chapman, Eisa, Knight, Bennett, Boyd, Mason, Jade-Jones. Referee: Andy Woolmer (Northamptonshire).
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