Triple boost for Bristol City

Bristol City are set for a triple fitness boost with three key players expected to resume training this week.

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Louis Carey: Poised to return from injury

Louis Carey: Poised to return from injury

Defender Louis Carey, midfielder Cole Skuse and striker Sam Baldock are poised to return from injury.

Carey and Skuse has been out with knee problems and Baldock has had a calf complaint.

Skuse has been absent since the end of January while Carey took a blow to his knee in the 2-0 defeat at Blackburn on February 2.

Baldock had been close to a return at the beginning of this month but suffered a minor setback, causing him to sit out City's last four games.

Head coach Sean O'Driscoll told the club's official website: "They're all recovering well and should be able to train properly with the rest of the squad this week."

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