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City v West Ham women: Injury update

CITY V WEST HAM: Injury update.

CITY V WEST HAM: Injury update.

Injury news ahead of City FA Women's Super League game against West Ham...

The Blues welcome the Hammers to the Academy Stadium on Sunday 14 October, kick-off at 12:30pm.

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Jill Scott has returned to fitness and will be available for squad selection ahead of this weekend's fixture.

Karen Bardsley remains side-lined following an ankle injury which our goalkeeper picked up while away with the Lionesses during the international break.

Lauren Hemp has begun her rehabilitation after suffering a hamstring injury during our UEFA Women’s Champions League home match against Atlético Madrid, while Pauline Bremer and Demi Stokes continue to make good progress.

All four players are targeting a return to full fitness by Christmas.

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Megan Campbell, who suffered an ACL injury last season, has made significant improvement and a date for her return to fitness continues to be evaluated.

Mel Lawley was taken ill while away with England and is still unwell and will therefore be unavailable for squad selection on Sunday.

The game is set to be broadcast on the BBC RED Button and there will also be live radio commentary. To listen, click here.

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