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Orr Set To Miss Owls Visit

Orr Set To Miss Owls Visit

Bradley Orr does not look like being fit to to face Sheffield Wednesday this weekend.

Orr picked up a calf strain after nineteen minutes of the 3-2 win at Oakwell on Saturday and had to be replaced by Cole Skuse.

Speaking to the club's official website, manager Gary Johnson said: "He's been for a scan and thankfully that showed nothing untoward.

"Brad will have treatment throughout the week but it is looking unlikely he'll be able to play.

"We will just have to keep monitoring it as the week unfolds."


Orr has appeared in 13 of City's 16 games so far this season.


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Writer:Andy999
Date:Wednesday October 28 2009
Time: 12:59PM

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Looks like Skuse will deputise. I wonder when we will play a few games with the same team this season! Not that I'm complaining.
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