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Bauza Hoping He's Fit For Friday

Swansea City striker Guillem Bauza will be available to play on Friday night against Millwall providing he can prove his fitness.

'Bussy' has spent the last three weeks on the sidelines with a groin injury which the physio, Richard Evans was down to 'fatique'.

Jason Scotland is still a doubt to face Kenny Jackett's side despite receiving the all clear this week - it was first feared he had broken his toe.

Bauza has enjoyed a break with the rest of the squad in his native Spain and he'll be hoping to return fit to play on Friday, he told the Evening Post:

'The injury is getting better,'

'We are looking towards Millwall for a return, but we'll have to see how it goes. It's difficult with muscle problems because if you're not careful you can do some more damage. But I know if I'm fit there's a chance I could play because there might be a space to fill.'

'If I get a chance I'll be happy because I've played the system we use at home before, at Swansea as well as Espanyol and Mallorca, and I know how to play it.

'But we will all have to work together to replace Jason because it's not an easy job.'







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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday March 4 2008

Time: 1:01PM

Your Comments

It would be fine to have him available for Friday as Scotty might use a couple more days of rest.
Czech_Jack
hopefully we'll have 1 of the 2 fit to play.
KevinE
No need to risk him if Scotland Brandy and Duffy are fit
cyjax
Hope They Both Aren't Ready...Sorry But WE Need A Break...!
horseworrier
hopefully scotland can play rather than bauza, as jason is better on his own in a 4-5-1. bussy is always awesome to have on the bench at home
GThomas
ya will struggle to win 4-0 we gonna put up a fight gary alexander hat-trick of open goal misses save ya from a 4-3 result .
markmwal953
I'm hoping he's not. Do do do Gary Alexander.
aldomillwall
 

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