Defensive doubt for Canaries clash

Brentford look set to be without defenders Alan Bennett and Ryan Dickson when they head to Norwich for Tuesday's Johnstone's Paint Trophy tie.

Last Updated: 31/08/09 at 18:36

Dickson: Knee worry

Dickson: Knee worry

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Skipper Bennett is still struggling with the groin injury he suffered in the league win over the Canaries a fortnight ago, and left-back Dickson sat out the weekend draw against Oldham with a knee problem.

Bristol City loanee James Wilson is deputising for Bennett at centre-half, while Sam Wood moved to full-back to replace Dickson on Saturday.

But boss Andy Scott may give Karleigh Osborne or Leon Legge - who has yet to make his debut since a summer move from Tonbridge - run-outs in the competition.

Strikers Ben Strevens (broken leg) and Charlie MacDonald (shoulder) are still missing.

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