Hassell could make Tykes comeback

Barnsley defender Bobby Hassell has an outside chance of returning to the squad for the home clash with Bristol City on Saturday.

Last Updated: 23/10/09 at 11:18

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Hassell, sidelined since the middle of September with an Achilles injury, came through 45 minutes of a practice match unscathed this week and joined up with the first-team squad for training.

Tykes manager Mark Robins has every member of his first-team squad available, but is not expected to make too many changes, if any, from the side that started in the midweek defeat at Nottingham Forest.

Strikers Andy Gray and Daniel Bogdanovic and winger Julian Gray all stepped off the substitutes' bench at the City Ground and will be hoping to be involved again as Barnsley chase a fourth league win in their last five games.

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