Bolton boss Keith Hill has a number of injury worries ahead of Accrington visit



Posted Thursday, February 27, 2020 by PA

Bolton boss Keith Hill has a number of injury worries ahead of Accrington visit

Bolton defender Liam Edwards has been ruled out for the rest of the season and manager Keith Hill has other injury worries for the visit of Accrington.

Edwards sustained a broken kneecap in training and will find out next week whether he requires an operation.

Another training ground incident saw forward Muhammadu Faal sustain a cut to his feet.

Defender Harry Brockbank is doubtful with illness, while forward Ronan Darcy (foot) is training again after a setback last week but is unlikely to be ready for the weekend.

Accrington defender Mark Hughes remains a doubt after missing the midweek defeat at Oxford.

The 33-year-old has undergone a scan on a calf injury but it could rule him out.

Fellow defender Aji Alese has been troubled by a minor back problem this week and will be assessed.

Meanwhile, striker Colby Bishop looks set to keep his place after impressing in the Oxford clash last time out.

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