Earl Handed Full Debut at Wimbledon
Tuesday, 11th Feb 2020 18:56
Josh Earl is handed his full Town debut at left wing-back as the Blues make three changes for their first ever game at Kingsmeadow against AFC Wimbledon.
The on-loan Preston man, who came on as a sub at Sunderland on Saturday, replaces Myles Kenlock, who drops to the bench, while Emyr Huws comes into the midfield trio for Jon Nolan, who is also among the subs, and Kayden Jackson is up front alongside James Norwood with Will Keane on the bench.
Former Blues midfielder Shane McLoughlin is named in the AFC Wimbledon line-up.
AFC Wimbledon: Day, McLoughlin, Thomas, McDonald, O’Neill, Osew, Hartigan, Reilly, Sanders, Pinnock, Pigott (c). Subs: Trotter, Wagstaff, Roscrow, Rudoni, Lamy, Guinness-Walker, Wood.
Town: Holy, Chambers (c), Wilson, Woolfenden, Donacien, Skuse, Downes, Huws, Earl, Norwood, Jackson. Subs: Norris, Nolan, Judge, Dozzell, Kenlock, Keane. Referee: Craig Hicks (Surrey).
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