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O'Driscoll Hopes O'Connor Will be Fit to Take on Wigan Athletic
 
O'Driscoll Hopes O'Connor Will be Fit to Take on Wigan Athletic
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O'Driscoll Hopes O'Connor Will be Fit to Take on Wigan Athletic

Walsall Head Coach Sean O'Driscoll has spoken to the local press ahead of this weekend's Sky Bet League 1 clash with Wigan Athletic, and has offered an update on the injury status of defender James O'Connor, who missed last weekend's draw with Crewe Alexandra.
Walsall Head Coach Sean O'Driscoll has spoken to the local press ahead of this weekend's Sky Bet League 1 clash with Wigan Athletic, and has offered an update on the injury status of defender James O'Connor, who missed last weekend's draw with Crewe Alexandra.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Sean said; “He has been playing with painkillers, we scanned him and he’s got some fluid trapped in his thigh. Hopefully he will be okay for Wigan. It’s not as serious as a strain. It’s just trapped fluid but we’ve all had dead legs. I was disappointed for Jimmy because he was desperate to play (against Crewe) but it was a really good game for Matt Preston to come into. I thought for a young centre half he did extremely well.”

SOURCE | EXPRESS & STAR

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