Date:Wednesday October 25 2006
Defender Kenny Cunningham is out for two weeks after injurying his knee ligaments in the home win against Barnsley.
The 35-year old was replaced by new signing Lewin Nyatanga at half time after making only his first game back since a hamstring injury put him out for two games.
However this new injury means that Cunningham will miss further games, against Hull City this Saturday and Cardiff next Tuesday.
However Steve Caldwell's timely return from injury will mean that boss Roy Keane has a natural replacement for the ex-Birmingham centre-back, after Caldwell completed 60 minutes today for the reserves.
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