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Midfielder Blow For Bruce

Both Andy Reid and Bolo Zenden have picked up injuries in training before the televised game on Sky this evening.

Reid has done more damage to his hamstring and faces a real difficult challenge to break back into the starting eleven.

Zenden, also picked up an ankle injury in training and should be back for next weekends game to Aston Villa.

Their will be late fitness tests for both Kieron Richardson and top goalscorer Darren Bent before Bruce selects his team.




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Writer: Gary Johnson Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday October 18 2010

Time: 6:25PM

 

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