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FA Cup Team Sheets - Hull City v Latics

FA Cup Team Sheets - Hull City v Latics


The team sheets have been handed in and the Latics make NINE changes to the side that faced Bolton on Wednesday. Emmerson Boyce makes a surprise return and there is a first start for Adrian Lopez who partners Steven Caldwell at the back.

Hull City: Duke, Zayette, Dawson, Ashbee, Harper, Fryatt, Simpson, Solano, Gerrard, Bullard, Stewart
Subs: Oxley, Cooper, Barmby, Devitt, Koren, Hollohan, Bradley

Wigan Athletic: Al Habsi, Boyce, S Caldwell, Lopez, Figueroa, Thomas, Diame, Gomez, McArthur, de Ridder, McManaman
Subs: Nicholls, Redmond, Buxton, Golobart, Morris, Mustoe, Robinson

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Writer:Barry Worthington
Date:Saturday January 8 2011
Time: 2:19PM

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Surprised Boselli doesnt get a run out
worbo
08/01/2011 14:23:00
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Interesting line-up. (I think Boselli injured his hamstring, didn't he - out for a week, I read.) Al Habsi as there's no alternative (CK and MP injured, I heard, and Nicholls better on the bench), Boycie (great that he's fit, at last), Stevie C and Lopez all to start them and see how they `mesh', Figgy, Hendry, Gomez and Momo all to see if they can improve on their `slightly off-form` situation, McArthur because he deserves it, McManaman because Boselli can't and to see how well he can do when starting, and De Ridder in the hope that he can show what he can do. Strength at the back and midfield and experimenting at the front. Interesting bench, too - all youngsters with a good chance of (some of them) taking part. It might backfire score-wise, but I imagine they'll be fired up, all right, and it gives them excellent experience, while giving several others a complete rest for a game.
rjb
08/01/2011 14:49:00
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callam must be the striker ?
johnney handsome
08/01/2011 14:55:00
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yup
WN1
09/01/2011 22:15:00
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