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James Henry: Out with a groin injury

James Henry: Out with a groin injury

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Wolves midfielder James Henry is set to miss out when Peterborough visit Molineux.

Henry limped off early with a groin injury in Tuesday's goalless draw at Stevenage and has been ruled out by Kenny Jackett.

The Wolves boss is hopeful, however, that Bakary Sako (toe) and Matt Doherty (hamstring) will return after short spells on the sidelines.

Wolves remain well on course for an immediate return to the Sky Bet Championship despite the disappointing midweek stalemate.

Peterborough travel to League One leaders Wolves with an unchanged squad.

Posh boss Darren Ferguson, who played for Wanderers between 1994 and 1999 after leaving Manchester United, reported no new problems following the 2-0 home victory over Colchester.

Ferguson has several players pushing for starting roles, most notably striker Nick Ajose and on-loan winger Lloyd Isgrove following their impressive performances from the bench against the U's on Wednesday night.

Midfielder Joe Newell will serve the second game of his three-match suspension for the red card he received during the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final win at Wembley last weekend.

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