Morrison to face former employers

West Brom midfielder James Morrison returns to face former club Middlesbrough on Saturday (17.15pm) at what should be a partisan Hawthorns.

Last Updated: 16/04/10 at 13:16

Morrison: Playing former club

Morrison: Playing former club

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Morrison missed the promotion-clinching 3-2 win at Doncaster nursing tight hamstrings but is now back in training and likely to be included in Roberto Di Matteo's matchday 18.

However, the injured trio of right-back Gianni Zuiverloon (thigh), winger Jerome Thomas (hamstring) and defender Gonzalo Jara (broken metatarsal) continue to miss out.

Striker Roman Bednar needs to undergo a hernia operation but will do so in the summer, meaning he is available to face a Boro side who will be looking for all three points to keep alive their hopes of a play-off spot.

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