McIndoe to miss Hawthorns clash

Chris Coleman will be without Michael McIndoe once again when his Coventry side travel to face Midlands rivals West Brom on Wednesday night.

Last Updated: 23/03/10 at 15:37

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The winger suffered a back/hip muscle tear in a recent defeat to Cardiff and is set to remain on the sidelines.

Sammy Clingan will resume in midfield after returning from a calf problem to face Leicester on Sunday.

Coleman has no new injury or suspension concerns for the clash, with defenders Ben Turner, Issac Osbourne and Jordan Clarke out for the long-term.

Aron Gunnarsson could return to the starting line-up after replacing David Bell during the second half of Sunday's draw, while Coleman may make a number of other changes after expressing his disappointment at seeing his side concede two early goals at the weekend.

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