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Duo Missing For City Against Watford

Duo Missing For City Against Watford

Bristol City will have to manage without Greg Cunningham and Cole Skuse for the trip to Watford.

Both players picked up ankle injuries on Tuesday Night when the side beat Peterborough 2-1.

Defender Cunningham was stretchered off with suspected ligament damage following nasty tackle from striker Tyrone Barnett.

Skuse left the field with stud wounds thanks to Nathaniel Mendez-Laing and will take a scan on Friday to find out the extent of his injury.

Right-back Mark Wilson is fit again and will be hoping to see some action against the Hornets, he has missed his side's last two games through injury.

Scotland defender Richard Foster is set to deputise should Wilson miss out again.

McInnes has no other injury worries to speak of as he looks to build on Tuesday's win.



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Writer:Andy999
Date:Friday September 21 2012
Time: 2:59PM

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Hope for a good game... Watford 1-1 Bristol City....
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