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Wolves vs Cardiff City (Team News)

Wolves vs Cardiff City (Team News)

Cardiff City may choose to experiment and rest weary legs after seeing the play-off hopes evaporate.

There will be one enforced change at centre-half as Darren Purse returns in place of Glenn Loovens - hip injury.

Kevin McNaughton may not play with a claf strain so Darcy Blake is on stand-by to replace him.

Riccy Scimeca, Trevor Sinclair and Peter Whittingham are all pushing for places and hoping to guarantee a starting place for the FA Cup final.

Wolves midfielder Michael Gray is doubtful with a shin problem meaning tricky winger Michael Kightly could start following his recovery from a longstanding ankle problem.

Welsh duo Rob Edwards (knee) and midfielder David Edwards, and fellow midfielder Karl Henry will also miss out with ankle injuries.

Date:Tuesday April 22 2008
Time: 1:56PM

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