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Three Changes as Blues Face Blackpool
Saturday, 10th Oct 2020 14:23

Town boss Paul Lambert has made three changes from the team which drew 1-1 away against the MK Dons for this afternoon’s game at Blackpool with Myles Kenlock, Emyr Huws and Alan Judge coming into the XI.

Kenlock is at left-back for Stephen Ward, who was expected to miss out with the achilles injury he suffered at Stadium MK, Huws takes over in midfield for Jon Nolan, who is left out as a precaution due to a calf strain, and Judge comes in for Freddie Sears, who drops to the bench.

Loanees Mark McGuinness and Keanan Bennetts are both included in the 18 for the first time, while Luke Woolfenden and Kayden Jackson are also among the subs.

Former Town midfielder Grant Ward and ex-loanee Luke Garbutt, making his full league debut, both start for the Seasiders.

Striker Gary Madine is handed his first start of the season, while new addition Jordan Gabriel makes his league debut for the home side.

Blackpool: Maxwell (c), Gabriel, Robson, Anderson, Yates, Madine, Ward, Turton, Ekpiteta, Hamilton, Garbutt. Subs: Sims, Thorniley, Williams, Mitchell, Kemp, Antwi, Lubala.

Town: Holy, Chambers (c), Nsiala, Wilson, Kenlock, Dozzell, Huws, Bishop, Judge, Edwards, Hawkins. Subs: McGuinness, Woolfenden, Jackson, Lankester, Bennetts, Sears, Cornell. Referee: Christopher Sarginson (Staffordshire).


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cornishblu added 14:34 - Oct 10
We need more forwards
#copyandpastefromthelast10years
COYB
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rodgero added 14:39 - Oct 10
We need to go for the win,too lightweight up front yet again!
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NITFC added 14:42 - Oct 10
I'd like to see Dobra on the bench - or even in front of Judge
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Suffolkboy added 14:50 - Oct 10
NOT another sickie and ‘mere ‘ strain !?
Are there any natural athletes in our squad , or are too many operating at the limits of their natural ability ? Such a shame to read Nolan is not available , especially as it seemed he’d at last started to look the ‘real deal ‘ ,and become a scoring mid- fielder .
Bury good to see Hughes in the team; he had enormous potential when first he came ,and a return to form will be exceptionally welcome .
But COYB !
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Marinersnose added 14:52 - Oct 10
Picking Judge is somewhat puzzling. He had no impact from the bench last weekend. PL cannot revert to type as he did last season by picking his so called seasoned pros. These decisions cost us dearly
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ArnieM added 14:55 - Oct 10
Dobra must wonder what he’s got to do to be included in the match day squad !
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flimflam added 15:50 - Oct 10
rodgero added 14:39 - Oct 10
We need to go for the win,too lightweight up front yet again

LOL. Team is setup for breaking from midfield and working a treat.
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BangaloreBlues added 15:56 - Oct 10
Half time and laughing my head off at these comments.
So many negative "supporters" we have.
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londontractorboy57 added 15:56 - Oct 10
Bet some posters wished they made a cup of tea instead of firing up computer.
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Dolphinblue added 15:57 - Oct 10
Ditto #thenegcrew
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Dolphinblue added 15:58 - Oct 10
Spot on bangalore COYB...amazing performance, hey Garbutt hows it going...hey Ward hows it going 😂😂😂😂
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Sospiri added 16:01 - Oct 10
Three beautiful goals from midfield and defence. Who needs forwards?
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Linkboy13 added 12:00 - Oct 11
ArnieM Dobra's got to work much harder at his team game. Needs to watch Edwards and see how hard he works for the team. Loan deal would be ideal for him.
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Linkboy13 added 12:02 - Oct 11
Dolphinblue blues back we must be winning.
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