Flynn hoping for double injury boost ahead of Newport’s clash with Stevenage

Posted Thursday, December 12, 2019 by PA

Flynn hoping for double injury boost ahead of Newport’s clash with Stevenage

Newport boss Michael Flynn is hoping to have a couple of his injured players back for the visit of struggling Stevenage.

Mickey Demetriou, who has been sidelined since August with a broken leg, and Joss Labadie are back in training and could return to a side that have lost their last four League Two games.

Robbie Willmott suffered a recurrence of a calf injury during the warm-up ahead of last week’s defeat to Bradford and is a major doubt, as are Daniel Leadbitter, Scot Bennett, Ade Azeez and Keanu Marsh-Brown.

Kyle Howkins remains sidelined as he continues his recovery from the nasty clash of heads in the FA Cup tie at Maldon & Tiptree last month.

Stevenage boss Mark Sampson may shuffle his strikers again as he looks to end his side’s goal drought.

Boro remain in relegation danger after three successive 0-0 draws and they have managed just one goal in their last five league outings.

Five-goal forward Kurtis Guthrie may earn a recall after spending the last two games as a substitute.

Sampson will also check on defenders Ben Nugent and Luther James-Wildin, who have been sidelined through injury.


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