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Stoke City v West Brom Championship injury news as six ruled out and two doubtful

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Ahead of their upcoming fixture, both West Brom and Stoke City are facing important decisions regarding team selection due to injuries and fitness concerns.

For West Brom, Daryl Dike is sidelined for the remainder of the year due to a ruptured Achilles, marking another lengthy spell out for the striker. However, there is hope for the potential return of Josh Maja, who has been sidelined with a broken ankle but is close to resuming light training. Cedric Kipre, who suffered a shoulder injury, missed their previous match, but there is optimism that he may be fit for the upcoming game against Stoke City. Midfielder Jayson Molumby is ruled out for the rest of the campaign due to foot surgery, while Martin Kelly is unlikely to feature this season. On a positive note, Matt Phillips has returned to action after recovering from a hamstring injury.

Meanwhile, Stoke City is hopeful that Junior Tchamadeu will return to action in the final weeks of the campaign after being sidelined with an ankle injury since February. However, he is unlikely to feature in the upcoming match against West Brom. Ben Pearson and Lynden Gooch are set to miss out due to hamstring strains, with doubts over their availability for the remainder of the season.

These injury updates provide insights into the challenges faced by both teams as they prepare for their crucial encounter. With key players ruled out or doubtful due to injuries, managers Carlos Corberan and Steven Schumacher will need to carefully assess their available options and make strategic decisions to secure a positive result for their respective teams.

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