“It’s clear what this group can sometimes do. We talk about it a lot: we’re in the same building, we work closely together about how we want to play,” said Lewtas.
“It gives players a chance when they need minutes to come in and play for a few minutes and play the way we play. So it was really good.
“They are professionals of the highest level. They also add something to our group, not only in terms of our performance, but our young guys also get to see what elite looks like.Read:WWE NXT: Live stream, start time, what to watch on Tuesday, November 1 to day
“It works both ways. We can give them a few minutes, but they can show us how professional they are and why they are where they are.”
Davies, Mabaya, Phillips, Jonas, Chambers, Bajcetic (Stephenson, 90), Arthur, Clark (Norris, 82), Carvalho, Stewart (Blair, 82), Cain (Corness, 90).
Unused replacement: Kelly.
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