Chambers Back as Blues Host Fleetwood on Final Day
Sunday, 9th May 2021 11:24
Luke Chambers skippers the Blues in what could be his final game for the club as an otherwise unchanged Town host Fleetwood in their last match of the season at Portman Road.
Chambers, who is making his 395th Blues start as well as one appearance from the bench, comes in at right-back for Kane Vincent-Young, who suffered a shoulder injury at Shrewsbury on Tuesday evening.
Troy Parrott keeps his place behind lone striker James Norwood with Teddy Bishop again on the bench, alongside Kayden Jackson, Toto Nsiala and Cole Skuse, with all four also out of contract this summer.
Town: Cornell, Chambers (c), Woolfenden, McGuinness, Kenlock, Downes, Dozzell, Edwards, Parrott, Dobra, Norwood. Subs: Holy, Skuse, Jackson, Bishop, Bennetts, Nsiala, Harrop.
Fleetwood: Cairns, Andrew, Connolly (c), Burns, Rossiter, Vassell, McKay, Finley, Biggins, Garner, Hill. Subs: Coleman, Whelan, Morris, Sheron, Baggley, Holgate, Morris. Referee: John Busby (Oxfordshire).
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