Baggies at full strength for Posh

West Brom welcome Championship strugglers Peterborough to The Hawthorns on Boxing Day with no new injury concerns.

Last Updated: 24/12/09 at 11:05

Thomas (r): Will be fit

Thomas (r): Will be fit

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The postponement of last Saturday's away clash at Blackpool left head coach Roberto Di Matteo frustrated, but it has allowed a couple of players, including Jerome Thomas, extra time to shake off niggling injuries.

Goalkeeper Scott Carson has seen the timeframe of his three-match suspension extended as a result and he will now serve the second game of his ban against Posh, meaning Dean Kiely continues between the sticks.

Robert Koren (hernia) should return in the not too distant future, while striker Ishmael Miller (knee) is back in training with the first-team and targeting a January comeback.

Midfielder James Morrison (heel) is also making good progress but Neil Clement is facing up to the possibility of retirement as he struggles to overcome a long-term knee injury.

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