Smith and Downes in Strong U23s Side Facing Bristol City
Monday, 9th Oct 2017 14:05
Town have confirmed that Tommy Smith, Flynn Downes, Callum Connolly, Myles Kenlock and Danny Rowe will all be in the U23s side facing bottom-of-the-table Bristol City at Portman Road this evening (KO 7pm).
Smith is continuing his recovery after his hamstring injury having played for the U23s in last week’s 3-0 behind-closed-doors defeat at Charlton.
Downes will be playing his first U23s match having been sidelined with a thigh injury prior to the international break.
Admission to the Cobbold Stand only is free for season ticket holders and members with prices otherwise £3 for adults and £1 concessions.
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