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Report: Millwall v West Brom Championship injury news as 5 ruled out and 3 doubtful

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The first Sky Bet Championship match at The Den following the international break pits West Brom against Millwall.

With 2,000 tickets sold out for the away end, the Baggies will have the support of their supporters. West Brom has only sometimes sold out of their allotment, and Stoke City will likewise sell out next month.

WBA defeated Bristol City 2-0 in their last game before the international break. After losing to Leeds United on Sunday, Millwall dropped to 16th place. With an eight-point advantage over Hull City, West Brom appears to be a strong contender for a top six position, while Millwall is four points above the relegation zone.

Both teams are hoping that during the international break, none of their players would sustain any injuries. Before the match in the capital, check out the most recent injury and team news.

Carlos Corberan has had to handle a number of players who have had significant injuries. Attack has suffered greatly, but things are starting to turn around. Josh Maja may potentially return after Brandon Thomas-Asante made a comeback against Huddersfield Town. Maja is getting ready to resume training despite having hurt his ankle ligaments.

Matt Phillips has a strong chance of making a comeback. After suffering a hamstring injury during the winter, he was able to return for the match against Millwall.

After rupturing his Achilles a second time, Daryl Dike has been out of the game for a while. Following surgery for a foot injury he suffered in January, Jayson Molumby is no longer available. In addition to missing the remainder of the season, Martin Kelly has been battling a calf issue.

Tom Bradshaw’s achilles ailment has kept him out of the game. He might yet be able to return, despite the fear that he would miss the rest of the campaign.

“Bradders has come out of his protective boot and is hopefully going to be back on the grass with the medical team next week,” manager Neil Harris told the South London Press.

“Tom Bradshaw’s playing career has no set return date, but we are much more optimistic that he will play again in the upcoming weeks rather than next season.

“This season, we hope to see Tom Bradshaw back on the field.”

Since the middle of February, Allan Campbell, a midfielder, has not been included in the matchday squad.Wes Harding has experienced a similar lack of success, as the center defender has missed the last four selections.

A hamstring issue affects Kevin Nisbet. He didn’t appear since January. Notwithstanding his calf problem, Shaun Hutchinson played as a substitute against Birmingham City and did not play against Leeds United.

Kevin Nisbet and Tom Bradshaw are out. Alan Campbell and Wes Harding are doubtful.

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