Wilson returns for Hillsborough trip

Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies will have Kelvin Wilson available for the first time this season for the trip to Sheffield Wednesday.

Last Updated: 11/09/09 at 12:01

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Defender Wilson has been struggling with an ankle injury but took part in a practice match with Aston Villa on Tuesday and is now ready to return.

Joel Lynch (back) and Guy Moussi (knee) also played against Villa but Davies is not expected to consider them against the Owls.

Davies will also check on the fitness of striker Robert Earnshaw and defender Chris Gunter after their time away with the Wales squad, while captain Paul McKenna will be involved despite suffering an ankle injury against Derby last time out.

Julian Bennett and James Perch remain long-term absentees.

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