Garbutt Returns as Blues Make Five Changes Against Burton
Saturday, 15th Feb 2020 14:29
Luke Garbutt, Will Keane, Gwion Edwards, Jon Nolan and Alan Judge return to the Blues line-up for this afternoon’s game against Burton Albion.
Garbutt is back as left wing-back having missed the last two with a thigh injury, while Edwards was on the right having served his two-match ban. Janoi Donacien drops out of the 18.
Josh Earl moves to the left of the three centre-halves with Luke Woolfenden moving to the right and skipper Luke Chambers in the middle with James Wilson on the bench, while Judge takes up the more advanced midfield role ahead of Flynn Downes and Jon Nolan with Cole Skuse and Emyr Huws on the bench.
Up front, Keane comes in for James Norwood, who is among the subs, alongside Kayden Jackson. Teddy Bishop is also among the subs.
Burton make three changes with Stephen Quinn, Joe Powell and Oliver Sarkic in for Kieran Wallace, Scott Fraser and Nathan Broadhead, who are among the subs.
Town: Holy, Earl, Chambers, Edwards, Jackson, Nolan, Judge, Downes, Woolfenden, Garbutt, Keane. Subs: Norris, Wilson, Skuse, Norwood, Bishop, Sears, Huws.
Burton: O'Hara, Brayford, Edwards, Quinn, Akins, Hutchinson, Shaughnessy, Sarkic, Nartey, Powell, Murphy. Subs: Garratt, Wallace, Fraser, Broadhead, Sbarra, O'Toole, Thomas. Referee: Charles Breakspear (Surrey).
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