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Trundle & Robinson To Return Friday?

Kenny Jackett could be handed a huge boost ahead of Friday night's match at home to Yeovil with the news that Trundle, Britton and Robinson could be back from injury.

It was thought orginally that Jackett would only have two targetman available up front to face the Glovers (which surely wouldn't work!) but Trundle could replace Knight who's banned for one game.

He was thought to be out for 2 weeks and therefore wasn't expected to return until the Bradford game a week Saturday.

However along with Robinson, both players came through training Tuesday and could be in contention for a return on Friday.

Physio Richard Evans said: 'Both Lee and Andy trained today with no reaction,''

'Their training will be stepped up as the week goes on, but both players could very well be back for Friday night.

'Lee's injury has not turned out as bad as we first thought and he's progressing really well.''


Leon Britton should also return after being rested against Leyton Orient last Saturday while Darren Way will probably make it to the bench again after 8 months out with a troublesome injury.

Check the site Thursday evening for a full match preview for the big game. Last season's home fixture against Yeovil, also on a Friday night attracted a record crowd at the Liberty Stadium of 19,288.




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday August 30 2006

Time: 12:41AM

Your Comments

Good news. We need key players back but only if they are fully fit.
willow
wayy!!...hope robbo n trundz r back..needs goals frm them both:D good luck bois!!:P
s_c_f_c
woo hoo!! trundle nd robbo back!! lets just hope lee scores another fab goal against yeovil like last year :D.. i hope leon plays iswell :D hes a great lil player
s_w_a_n_s
Great news! Also lookin forward to seein way this season , think he's gonna be good for us fully fit!
Ant_jack28
 

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