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U23s Seeking Hat-Trick

Jake Dunwoody

STOKE CITY U23s will be looking for a hat-trick of wins over local rivals when they take on West Bromwich Albion in Premier League 2 tomorrow evening (7.00pm).

Glyn Hodges’ side welcome the Baggies to St. George’s Park having already beaten Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers this season.

Both sides head into the counter however struggling for form with the visitors without a win in their last three games, while the Potters have failed to pick up three points since September.

City will be able to call upon the services of Jake Dunwoody on Friday though after the Northern Ireland U21 international midfielder completed a three match suspension.

Victory for the young Potters could lift them as high as sixth in the table, although defeat would see Albion replaced by City at the foot of the table at this early stage of the season.

Anyone wishing to support City’s youngsters can do so free of charge, although please note capacity is strictly capped at 499 spectators. Stewards will be on site to assist with car parking arrangements.

For those unable to make it, will be present at St. George’s Park to provide regular updates, as well as a match report and post-match reaction.