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Calderwood Set To Make Changes

Calderwood opted to make five changes for the Carling Cup tie with Accrington which ended in a 1-0 defeat in front of the Sky TV cameras.

But Nicky Southall, James Perch, Julian Bennett, Grant Holt and Jack Lester can all expect recalls to the starting line-up as the Reds seek to extend their 100% start to the League One season.

However, Kris Commons' ankle injury means the midfielder is expected to miss out again while Nathan Tyson remains sidelined by medial knee ligament damage.

And the game will come too soon for Scott Dobie, who has recovered from hip surgery but is short of match fitness, while fellow striker David Johnson is still out with back problems.




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Date:Friday August 25 2006

Time: 1:52PM

 

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