Robins names one change for PNE

Sat 26 Jan 2013
Author: Kieran Crowley

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Sky Blues boss Mark Robins names one change for Preston North End...

Coventry City manager Mark Robins has named one change for the trip to Deepdale to face Preston North End.

Gary McSheffrey misses out with Franck Moussa coming in to replace him.

Adam Barton gets a place on the bench on his return to his former club.


Teams

Coventry City: Murphy (GK), Adams, Edjenguele, Wood, Christie, Jennings, Bailey, Baker (c), Moussa, Fleck, Clarke.

Subs: Dunn (GK), Cameron, Barton, Bell, Barton, J. Clarke, O'Donovan.

Preston North End: Stuckmann (GK), Robertson, Wroe, Cummins, Holmes, Byrom, Connolly, Monakana, King, Wright (c), Davies

Subs: Taylor (GK), Huntingdon, Garner, Buchanan, Procter, Beardsley, Beavon.

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