Patson Daka and Enock Mwepu start from the bench for Salzburg’s clash against Wolfsberger
The Zambian duo has dropped to the bench having started last Sunday when Salzburg welcomed LASK Linz at the Redbull Arena.
Coach Jesse Marsch has made five changes to the team that beat LASK Linz 3-1 on Sunday at the Redbull Arena and has named what looks like a second-string side.
Patson Daka, Enock Mwepu, Hee-Chan Hwang, Zlatko Junuzovic, and Max Wöber have made way for Sekou Koita, Majid Ashmeru, Noah Okafor, Masaka Okugawa and Jerome Onguéné.
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Austrian goal minder Cican Stankovic keeps his place between the sticks with Jerome Onguéné returning to the starting line up to join Albert Vallci, Andreas Ulmer and Jerome Onguéné in defense.
In midfield, Majid Ashmeru and Masaka Okugawa have joined Mohammed Camara and Dominik Szoboszlai to make up a midfield quartet.
Upfront Sekou Koita returns from injury to partner fellow youngster Noah Okafor.
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