Edwards Starts as Blues Face Doncaster
Saturday, 14th Sep 2019 14:27
Gwion Edwards replaces Danny Rowe in an otherwise unchanged team from the Blues’ last League One fixture as the Blues take on Doncaster Rovers at Portman Road.
Edwards will line-up on the right of midfield in Town’s increasingly familiar 4-4-2 formation.
On the bench for the first time since returning to the club on a permanent basis last month is Will Keane, the striker having played two U23s games, while Armando Dobra, the star of the Leasing.com Trophy over Tottenham’s U21s, is also among the subs.
Doncaster’s starting XI includes one-time Town target James Coppinger, while Alex Kiwomya, the nephew of Blues legend Chris, is among their subs.
Town: Holy, Vincent-Young, Woolfenden, Chambers (c), Kenlock, Skuse, Downes, Edwards, Judge, Norwood, Jackson. Subs: Norris, Wilson, Nolan, Dozzell, Dobra, Georgiou, Keane.
Doncaster: Lawlor, Halliday, James, Anderson, Sheaf, Whiteman (c), Taylor, Blair, Coppinger, Ennis, John. Subs: Diang, Sadlier, Gomes, May, Longbottom, Kiwomya, Daniels. Referee: Ollie Yates (Staffordshire).
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