Purse in the frame for Owls

Darren Purse is set to make a timely Sheffield Wednesday return for Saturday's League One trip to Hartlepool.

Last Updated: 27/08/10 at 11:52

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The defender missed Tuesday night's 4-2 Carling Cup defeat to Scunthorpe with a calf injury but is likely to take the place of the suspended Richard Hinds.

Hinds saw red against Scunthorpe and will serve a one-match ban this weekend.

Midfielder Tommy Miller is pushing for a place in the starting line-up after coming on to play the final half hour against Scunthorpe following a hamstring strain.

Clinton Morrison played the full game against Scunthorpe after missing the 1-0 win over Brighton last weekend due to a groin problem and should keep his place.

Owls manager Alan Irvine will again be without Jermaine Johnson as the winger continues his rehabilitation after damaging knee ligaments.

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