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Boss hoping for a full recovery

Tony Mowbray says he has doubts over a couple of his Rovers squad ahead of the trip to St Andrew's

21 February 2019

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Tony Mowbray has admitted he has doubt over "one or two" of his Rovers players, but is hopeful of having a strong squad available for Saturday's trip to Birmingham City.

Rovers have been in the wars in recent weeks, with Darragh Lenihan remaining out after picking up an injury at Brentford at the beginning of this month.
Charlie Mulgrew has only recently returned from a hamstring injury, whilst Bradley Dack and Danny Graham also picked up bumps and bruises at Brentford.
Derrick Williams' suspension this weekend may mean Mowbray will have to shuffle the pack, but the boss has revealed he'll know more on his team selection after tomorrow.
“We’re waiting on one or two, I’d have to say," Mowbray told iFollow Rovers ahead of the encounter against Garry Monk's outfit.
"We’re waiting on training tomorrow to see if they can come through as there are a few that haven’t trained this week.
“But I’m pretty confidence that they’ll pull their boots on, train, and be part of the team when we head to Birmingham on Saturday.
“We know it’s a tough test for us against a powerful, strong, well organised team. It’s a good test for us and one that we have to stand up to.
“We’ll try and play are football. We’re aware that we need to get back to winning ways very quickly and this is the next opportunity for us."

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