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BRAYFORD FACES FOUR TO SIX WEEKS OUT INJURED

31 January 2017

BREWERS defender John Brayford will out at least a month after coming off injured in the Brewers game at QPR.

Albion boss Nigel Clough said: “We are thinking four to six weeks with slight ligament damage, fortunately nothing serious. It could have been a lot worse but we know John wants to get back out there so hopefully we will have him back some time in March.”

Defender Kyle McFadzean is also ruled out for tomorrow’s home game versus Fulham and on Saturday when Wolves are the visitors.

Clough said: “It will be a couple of weeks more with his toe. It’s healing nicely now and we know he’s another one willing to play with some level of discomfort.”

Better news on the defensive front is that Tom Naylor will be back available for selection tomorrow.

Striker Cauley Woodrow was another injury after the QPR game after coming on as a sub to make his debut.

Clough said: “He’s had seven stitches under his chin after getting a kick but he’s OK and will have those out before the weekend.”


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