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Marcus in the frame

Marcus in the frame

Marcus Stewart may be in the City starting line up for the first time since December 10th for tomorrow evening's visit to Scunthorpe United. The experienced Stewart, who played most of the second half against Brentford on Saturday, must have been under consideration for a recall to partner Steve Brooker up front before today's news that Bas Savage is unlikely to play due to illness and loan man Calvin Andrew faces a fitness test on his injured knee.
Most City fans would welcome the recall of a player with over 200 league goals to his credit at a time when the team are going through a barren spell in front of goal.
Louis Carey and Craig Woodman, who missed Saturday's disappointing defeat through suspension, are likely to be recalled in place of Fulham loan pair Liam Fontaine and Adam Green.
City will be cheered with the news that Scunthorpe star
Andy Keogh is ruled out of a match which has great significance for City who have slumped to twenty second place in the table and face a battle to retain first division status.


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