|Varney Expected to Return for Huddersfield Clash Thu 29th Sep 2016|
Striker Luke Varney is the only player on the Blues' lengthy injury list likely to be fit enough to return to the squad for Saturday’s home game against Huddersfield Town. The 33-year-old suffered a hamstring injury while playing for the U23s against Leeds a week ago last Monday.
|Pitman Out for 10 Weeks Tue 27th Sep 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has revealed that striker Brett Pitman is facing 10 weeks out with the ankle injury he suffered at Leeds on Saturday. The Blues manager doesn’t expect to have any of his currently injured players back for this weekend’s game at home to Huddersfield.
|McCarthy: Brighton a Huge Test Tue 27th Sep 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says tonight’s opponents Brighton and Hove Albion will be a “huge test” for his side with the third-placed Seagulls full of confidence having won their last three Championship matches.
|Pitman and Webster Out, Emmanuel and Best Start Mon 26th Sep 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has confirmed that Brett Pitman and Adam Webster have joined his already lengthy injury list but better news is that Grant Ward is fit for Tuesday’s home game against Brighton along with Teddy Bishop, while Josh Emmanuel and Leon Best will both start.
|Town Visit Leeds Looking for Repeat Performance Fri 23rd Sep 2016|
Town take on Leeds United on Saturday looking for a repeat of last year’s visit to Elland Road when the Blues recorded their second away win of 2015/16, Tommy Smith netting the only goal of the game.
|Bishop and Varney Doubts, But Ward Expected to Be Fit for Leeds Trip Thu 22nd Sep 2016|
Teddy Bishop and Luke Varney are doubts ahead of Saturday’s visit to Leeds, while Grant Ward is expected to be OK to make the trip to Elland Road despite missing training this week.
|McCarthy: Villa Will Be Among the Challengers Fri 16th Sep 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says he expects Aston Villa to be among those challenging for promotion this season, despite a disappointing start which sees them sitting in 17th ahead of Saturday’s game at Portman Road, their first visit to Suffolk since 2002.
|No New Injuries But Changes Possible Mon 12th Sep 2016|
Town have no new injuries ahead of Tuesday’s game at Derby County but manager Mick McCarthy says he could make changes to his side.
|Town Visit Reading Looking For Revenge at Start of Tough Month Fri 09th Sep 2016|
Town take on Reading in this evening’s live Sky game at the start of a tough run of September fixtures looking to avenge last season’s 5-1 defeat at the Madejski Stadium (Sky Sports One/Sky Sports Mix from 7.30pm, kick-off 8pm).
|Smith to Keep Place, Best and Grant Fit But Hyam Could Face Surgery Thu 08th Sep 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has confirmed that Tommy Smith will continue at centre-half when the Blues travel to Reading for Friday’s live Sky game, while Conor Grant is back from his groin injury and Leon Best is OK despite turning his ankle in the U23s game on Monday, but Luke Hyam could face surgery on his knee problem.
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