Gray struggling for Scunny clash

Barnsley striker Andy Gray faces a late fitness test ahead of the home match against Scunthorpe in the Championship on Wednesday night.

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Summer signing Gray, who stepped off the substitutes' bench to fire Barnsley's 88th-minute winner from the penalty spot at Blackpool on Saturday, is struggling with a slight groin strain.

But manager Mark Robins will be boosted by the return of midfielder Nathan Doyle, on loan from Hull, who missed the 2-1 weekend win through suspension.

Robins has no other new injury or suspension problems and apart from Gray has a fully-fit squad to choose from at Oakwell.

Gray, Jamal Campbell-Ryce and Iain Hume appeared as second-half substitutes on Saturday and Robins revealed they all staked their claims for a return to the starting line-up.

The Tykes are unbeaten in their last four league games and have won six out of their last eight to climb to within six points of a play-off spot.

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