U23s Game at Cardiff Streamed Live
Tuesday, 11th Jan 2022 10:26
Town’s U23s are in action away against Cardiff City this morning with the game being screened live by the Welsh club (KO 11am).
Cardiff currently top Professional Development League Two South with the Blues in fourth having lost only once away from home this season.
Bailey Clements, Cameron Humphreys, Levi Andoh, whose spell on loan at Hereford concluded at the end of last week, Albie Armin and Zanda Siziba are all among the starters with Tommy Hughes a sub. The game can be watched via Cardiff City TV.
Town: Bort, Andoh, Stewart, Armin, Clements, Humphreys, Alexander, Ward, Morris, Siziba, Yengi. Subs: Ridd, Smith, Agbaje, Curtis, Hughes.
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