Jamma doubt for West Brom clash

By Derek DavisChief Football WriterJERMAINE Wright has emerged as an injury doubt ahead of Sunday's crucial Division One clash at home to West Brom after limping out of training with a twisted ankle.

By Derek Davis

Chief Football Writer

JERMAINE Wright has emerged as an injury doubt ahead of Sunday's crucial Division One clash at home to West Brom after limping out of training with a twisted ankle.

The Ipswich Town midfielder needed treatment yesterday and will be assessed again this morning.


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Tommy Miller, who picked up a heavy knock against Wimbledon on Saturday, has missed training this week but is hoping to return today.

Miller was refused treatment by referee Rob Styles for a long period after he had been clattered and the official waved away pleas for a free-kick.

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Blues boss Joe Royle said: "We are waiting to see how serious Jamma's injury is but hopefully Tommy will be okay to join in."

Royle revealed young Northern Ireland international striker Sam Morrow has had his contract paid up and is free to pursue trials at other clubs.

Royle said: "The transfer deadline has passed so he can't play for another club but it makes sense to allow him to go and try his luck elsewhere now."

Nabil Abidallah has already left by mutual consent and is enjoying a trial spell at Dutch side Heerenveen.

Meanwhile, a strong reserves side will face West Ham at Dagenham & Redbridge tonight.

First-team squad members Lewis Price, Scott Mitchell, Georges Santos, Drissa Diallo, Alun Armstrong and Martijn Reuser are all included in the starting line-up.

Ipswich Town squad: Price, Mitchell, Barron, Santos, Collins, Diallo, Kamara, Flack, Armstrong, Reuser, Boardley and Craig. Subs: Supple, Atay, Sobers and, Patten.

derek.davis@eadt.co.uk

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