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Postby SNJ Ash » Fri Feb 21, 2020 5:45 pm

Would you stick with the team that earned a 1-1 draw at Oldham Athletic last time out?

Would you hand a start at Scunthorpe United to George Williams, who stepped off the bench to fire an 89th-minute equaliser and if so, who falls out of the fold?

Would you keep faith with Lewis Thomas in goal?

Would you start with Udoka Godwin-Malife on his return to the club following his loan spell at Eastleigh.

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Re: Your say

Postby 20yrs and counting » Fri Feb 21, 2020 9:00 pm

Would go 3421. Thomas. Bernard rcb, Rawson centre, Kitching lcb. Left mid Stokes, right mid Rawson, Ebou and Winch centre. 2 number 10’s Brown and H. Lone man Stevens.

Thought Stokes struggled at left back and lcb, for pace first position and physicality 2nd position. Further forward would use his renowned crossing ability. Likewise the other side Dawes showed he could beat a man and his experience in midfield steadies the ship. Got to be Winch and Adams in engine room who pick themselves. As we have so many no10’s might at well play 2 of them! Stevens is well up for the donkey work of wearing defenders out. Think this solid with plenty of impact subs who are all unlucky to miss out.

March, Collins, Williams, Mcginley all possible first 11.
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