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Sam Ricketts: On international duty with Wales

Sam Ricketts: On international duty with Wales

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Wolves boss Kenny Jackett will be without Sam Ricketts and Kevin Doyle for the Johnstone's Paint Trophy tie with Notts County.

Captain Ricketts is on international duty with Wales, while Doyle will join up with the Ireland squad for their clash with Germany.

Forward Bjorn Sigurdarson and defender Kevin Foley could be called upon to deputise in their absence.

Scotland international Leigh Griffiths is due to meet up with Gordon Strachan's squad on Wednesday, so is in contention to play some part against the Magpies.

The visitors will be without several players for the trip to Wolves.

Jack Grealish (Republic of Ireland Under-21s), Callum McGregor (Scotland Under-21s), Marcus Haber (Canada) and Greg Tempest (Northern Ireland Under-21s) are all unavailable due to international call ups. Stevenage striker Haber was ineligible anyway under the terms of his loan agreement.

Winger Jamal Campbell-Ryce remains a doubt with the knock that has kept him out recently, but striker Enoch Showunmi (back) and defender Haydn Hollis (knee) will definitely miss the second-round tie at Molineux.

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