Jamal back in frame at Ipswich

Jamal Campbell-Ryce is set to be back in Bristol City's squad when they travel to Ipswich in the Championship on Saturday.

Last Updated: 26/02/10 at 12:49

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The former Barnsley winger has missed the last five games with a calf injury but returned to training this week and is in contention to face Roy Keane's side at Portman Road.

The Robins beat promotion-hopefuls West Brom last Sunday and boss Gary Johnson had hoped to name a similar side this weekend.

However, Johnson has since revealed a few of his players are struggling with illness, although he refused to reveal their identity.

Patrick Agyemang has been troubled by a slight knock and the striker is a doubt, while Evander Sno is expected to return to parent club Ajax for treatment on a back injury.

Defender Jamie McAllister is a long-term absentee with a calf problem.

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