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Orlandi And Butler In Fitness Race To Face QPR

Midfeilder's Andrea Orlandi and Thomas Butler are in a race to be declared fit to face QPR tomorrow evening at the Liberty Stadium.

Orlandi missed out on the trip to Portman Road to face Ipswich as a precaution after sustaining an injury to his right quad. It came as a huge blow to the Spaniard who was starting to come into form.

Meanwhile Butler who secured vital match time as a second half substitute late on in the 2-2 draw against Ipswich has a 50-50 chance of featuring against QPR after struggling to overcome a minor groin problem. The Duo will undergo fitness tests in training ahead of tomorrow nights fixture against Ian Dowie's side.

Martinez Told The WM:

"We`re going to assess Orlandi in training.And the same goes for Butler because Tom has been struggling with his groin.He came on against Ipswich, but we`ve got to see if there was any reaction.Apart from that, everyone is 100 per cent fit and available."










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Writer: sbrjack Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday October 20 2008

Time: 4:14PM

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They were rated the same for the game against Ipswich I believe, well Orlandi was anyway. I just hope for a good game!
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