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Cardiff City v W.B.A. (Team News)

Cardiff City boss Dave Jones is faced with some difficult decisions again for tonight's game against West Brom.


Like the previous game, right-back appears to be the biggest dilemma. Kevin McNaughton is now back in training but aggrevatinghis hamstring injury would be costly ahead of Sundays FA Cup semi-final especially with his stand-in Darcy Blake definately ruled out with a similar injury.


That means that teenager Aaron Ramsey could again be asked to cover, or the experienced Trevor Sinclair could come in to combat the threat of Chris Brunt.


Thompson will continue in attack as Hasselbaink serves the final game of his ban. Robbie Fowler remains sidelined following hip surgery.





For West Brom, defender Leon Barnett is nearing a return after a groin strain.


Striker Luke Moore is suspended, and Slusarski has joined Sheff Wed on loan but WBA boast a strike force of Phillips, Bednar, Miller and Morrison.


Neil Clement could make a swift return to Ninian Park haaving been recalled from his loan period at Hull City. Clement featured from the bench at the Tigers lost 1-0, he is likely to be included in the Baggies squad.






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Writer: Bluebirdshroom Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday April 1 2008

Time: 1:16PM

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A dry run of the FA cup final maybe????? 3-3 draw.
quietman
i hope we win. im predicting 2-1 city
jamie_r
The two rangers players are doing all right for you.
BlueAmigo
 

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