Big Sam hoping quartet recover

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Samba: Set to feature

Samba: Set to feature

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Neither Chris Samba nor Brett Emerton travelled to Scotland this week for an end-of-season break in order to receive treatment on groin and hamstring problems respectively, but both should be fit.

El-Hadji Diouf and Vince Grella also come into contention after missing last weekend's draw at Wolves with tonsilitis and a stomach bug respectively.

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Blackburn (from): Robinson, Brown, Dunn, Olsson, Salgado, Pedersen, Samba, Emerton, Nzonzi, Nelsen, Andrews, Givet, Jacobsen, Grella, Hoilett, Roberts, Diouf, Kalinic, Chimbonda, Jones, Di Santo, Basturk.

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