Three players carrying knocks

ROY Keane looks set to ring the changes for tomorrow's home game against Bristol City, due to injuries as well as a need to rest tired legs.

Carl Marston

ROY Keane looks set to ring the changes for tomorrow's home game against Bristol City, due to injuries as well as a need to rest tired legs.

“Three of my players have not trained all week, and they will not train today either,” admitted Keane.

“We have players carrying injuries, but then you expect that at this time of the season. If someone is feeling 100% at this stage, there's something wrong. They should be carrying knocks.

“It will be good to be back at home again, but we must be switched on,” added Keane.

The Town boss confirmed that Kerry Baptiste, a Trinidad & Tobago international winger, had been at Portman Road the last few days having a trial.

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Keane admitted: “I haven't seen much of Kerry this week, but he'll be having a further few days with us and we might organise a practise game for him next week. I'm very opened-minded about players coming over to have a trial.”

Keane also rejected speculation that ex-Town front Darren Ambrose could be on his way back to the club.

“No, there's no truth in that,” insisted Keane.