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Injury Update: Duo Set to Return - But Millers Clash is Too Soon for Others
 
Injury Update: Duo Set to Return - But Millers Clash is Too Soon for Others
Injury Update: Duo Set to Return - But Millers Clash is Too Soon for Others
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Injury Update: Duo Set to Return - But Millers Clash is Too Soon for Others

11:02 am Saturday, 30 December 2017
Walsall manager Jon Whitney has offered a brief injury update heading into Saturday's League One clash with Rotherham United.
Walsall manager Jon Whitney has several injury concerns heading into Saturday afternoon's League One clash with Rotherham United, the 47-year-old has offered an update on the status of several first-teamers including Liam Roberts and Daniel Agyei.

The manager is hopeful that on-loan Burnley striker Dan Agyei (fatigue) and goalkeeper Liam Roberts (hamstring) will be available for selection but Saturday's clash with the Millers will come too soon for on-loan West Brom forward Tyler Roberts (hamstring) and midfielder Flo Cuvelier (knee), while frontman Amadou Bakayoko will also miss out as he serves the last game of his three-match suspension.

Whitney, speaking to club journalists, said; "Dan is fine - he stiffened up after jarring his back but I’m expecting him to be fit for the weekend. Liam Roberts is training. We will have a look at today and hopefully he can come back into the mix. Tyler still needs a week’s training so we’re looking at Oxford for him and Flo."

The Saddlers could welcome back on-loan Sheffield United defender James Wilson. The 28-year-old has missed the last two matches after his partner gave birth, but could return to action as the clash with the Millers comes into focus.

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