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Matt Heywood, it has been confirmed , will be out for four or five weeks following knee surgery on Tuesday.
Gary Johnson is likely, therefore, to stick with the defence that played at Bradford last Saturday for this week's home clash with the Cherries from Bournemouth.
It does seem likely , however, that loan signing Mark McCammon might be promoted to the starting line up, after notching two goals in last night's 3-0 reserve win at Yeovil. If Gary does decide to give the Brighton man his full debut Dave Cotterill or Scott Murray could drop to the bench,where the well again Bas Savage is also likely to be situated.




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Date:Thursday February 23 2006

Time: 8:49PM

 

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