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Injury Boost Ahead of Derby Day

Injury Boost Ahead of Derby Day

Blues boss Alex McLeish has confirmed that Sebastian Larsson should recover from a ligament injury in time to face arch rivals Aston Villa on Sunday.

Larsson was a major doubt after hobbling off during the Everton match last week.

But a scan has revealed only a minor tweak, and the former Scotland manager told the Birmingham Mail that he expected the midfielder to play:

'We're hoping that the extra day, with the game being on Sunday, will help him,' he said.

'He's probably our main concern because he did tweak his medial ligament and I know from personal experience that sometimes after the game you feel okay then two or three days later you are still sore with it.

'If he's got a bit of pain, but it's not restricting him, he will be all right.'

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Wednesday April 16 2008
Time: 1:19PM

Comments

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Good to hear for you Blues but you will need to put in a top performance in if your going to get 3 points!
will it ever happen
18/04/2008 17:04:00
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Where have all the noses gone??? Helloooooo . . . . . They've all left town:D
Villan-in-Cyprus
19/04/2008 21:19:00
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Cor, it's like a day out at St Andrews on this site!
Carlosio
19/04/2008 22:59:00
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anyone home? knock knock
Stig
22/04/2008 11:58:00
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JP, get in touch with the Blouse editor will you - this site seems to have an error, it's only letting Villa fans log in AND the front page hasn't updated - oh sorry - it's that we won and they are all crying isn't it.
koolbill
23/04/2008 08:29:00
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That was a sore one lads . Hope you get a result against Liverpool.
quietman
23/04/2008 22:58:00
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Had you down to beat pool 2-0. Let me down lads...
quietman
29/04/2008 22:54:00
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Still think you can stay up!!!!!!!!!!!!!
quietman
30/04/2008 21:20:00
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A cruical player for what is your cup final. No welsh anthems here though.
storagematt
01/05/2008 14:29:00
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At least you don't have to do mega scroll downs to see the last post.
BlueAmigo
01/05/2008 16:51:00
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