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Hull vs Cardiff (Team News)

Cardiff City are sweating on the fitness of Paul Parry ahead of the trip to face Hull City. Parry has been in good form and is a creative outlet on the right, however he was replaced at half time in the 0-0 draw with Leicester City after falling awkwardly on his ankle. Peter Whittingham replaced Parry that day, but if unfit Trevor Sinclair is more likely to win a recall.


Cardiff have one enforced change, with Glenn Loovens suspended after picking up 5 bookings, Roger Johnson will step in.


Kevin McNaughton is back to 100% after an ankle knock in training, he may replace Tony Capaldi or Chris Gunter. Joe Ledley is also fit despite suffering a tight hamstring after a gruelling recent schedule.


It is thought the game will come just too soon for Robbie Fowler, recently returned to full training after a hip operation, but short on match fitness.


Riccy Scimeca is still out with his long-standing groin problem.





For Hull City, midfielder Bryan Hughes is struggling with Richard Garcia ready to replace him.


Henrik Pederson (knee) and Nicky Barmby are both out, while another ex-Premiership star Jay Jay Okocha is used mainly from the substitutes bench by the Tigers.


Caleb Folan and Ryan France have both recovered from injury and played in a recent reserve game for Hull City, both are hoping to return to the squad.


Veteran warhorse Dean Windass will continue in attack and will prove a handful for Purse / Johnson.







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