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Huddersfield Town v West Brom Championship injury news as 10 ruled out and 2 doubts

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On Sunday afternoon, West Brom travels to West Yorkshire to play Huddersfield Town in the Sky Bet Championship.

The Baggies, who drew 2-2 with QPR on Wednesday night, will be looking to maintain their four-game undefeated streak when they play on TV for the third straight game. Cardiff City defeated Huddersfield 1-0 on Wednesday night when they both played.

After losing to Huddersfield earlier in the season under Neil Warnock’s leadership, West Brom is looking to exact revenge. Before the televised match on Sunday lunchtime, here is the most recent injury and squad news from both camps.

News about the West Brom team

Due to an injury, Conor Townsend will not be traveling to Huddersfield. He suffered a hamstring injury last week against Coventry City, which forced him off the field in the second half.

The confirmed absence of Brandon Thomas-Asante is known. While healing from a hamstring injury, he is aiming for a return.

Regarding Thomas-Asante, Corberan remarked, “It feels good.We shall take charge of him, the circumstance, and the instruction we are about to provide him.

Let’s assume that the effort his muscle is prepared to withstand will serve as a better test at this point rather than the scan.

“He will return to the gang if we decide it’s enough.”

After the international break, Matt Phillips might make a comeback. We’re hoping he can go back to training the following week and follow a schedule that would prepare him for the games over the Easter break.

Josh Maja suffered an ankle injury in December of last year, and it took four months for his problem to be discovered. Considering the dearth of forward alternatives, it would be beneficial if he returned around the Easter season.

Jayson Molumby had surgery to treat a foot issue, and he will probably miss a good portion of the current season.

Martin Kelly is unlikely to feature for the first team again this season after suffering a calf injury while attempting to return to action. Achilles tendon ruptured again, forcing Daryl Dike to miss the rest of 2024.

Conor Townsend, Jayson Molumby, Josh Maja, Matt Phillips, Daryl Dike, and Brandon Thomas-Asante all out.

News about Huddersfield Town’s squad

A few players for the Terriers are out due to injuries. Jonathan Hogg missed the midweek loss to Cardiff City after receiving a red card for elbowing Leeds United. He expressed his regret to his teammates in the locker room, and he should be back in action after serving a one-game suspension for receiving two yellow cards.

The John Smith’s Stadium first team does not currently include the youthful striker Kian Harratt. Due to his violation of the FA’s betting policies, the 21-year-old is on suspension.

Josh Ruffels’s season has been marred by injuries. Due to groin and hernia problems, the 30-year-old has only made 11 appearances so far this season and will not play again.

Following an injury against Leeds, Yuta Nakayama is doubtful. He couldn’t play against Cardiff last weekend due to an early withdrawal. The Terriers are waiting on the scan results related to his knee injury.

Due to a quad injury, center back Radinio Balker has missed the last three games; however, he might play this weekend. Due to a groin injury, Rhys Healey will likely be out of commission for the next three months.

Rhys Healey, Kian Harratt, and Josh Ruffels are out. Yuta Nakayama and Radinio Balker are doubtful.

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