Morsy Handed League Debut and Evans Returns
Tuesday, 28th Sep 2021 19:08
Sam Morsy makes his Blues league debut as skipper and Lee Evans returns to the team as Town take on bottom club Doncaster Rovers at Portman Road.
Morsy and Evans, who missed Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Sheffield Wednesday with a hamstring injury, come in to the centre of midfield with Idris El Mizouni dropping to the bench with Tom Carroll missing from the 18.
Kyle Edwards is also absent from the squad, despite manager Paul Cook having said he expected the winger to return.
Doncaster make one change from their weekend 2-1 defeat at Plymouth with Dan Gardner coming in for Ethan Galbraith, who drops out of the squad.
Town: Hladky, Donacien, Edmundson, Burgess, Penney, Evans, Morsy (c), Burns, Celina, Fraser, Bonne. Subs: Holy, Woolfenden, El Mizouni, Harper, Aluko, Chaplin, Norwood.
Doncaster: Dahlberg, Knoyle, Anderson (c), Williams, Close, Rowe, Smith, Hiwula, Dodoo, Cukur, Gardner. Subs: Jones, Olowu, Barlow, Seaman, Vilca, Horton, Hasani. Referee: Carl Brook (Sussex).
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