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Moore back in training

It looks like QPR could be facing a resurgent Albion side after our rather calamitous defeat against Cardiff on Tuesday.

Youssouf Mulumbu was injured during that game but has now been given the all-clear.

Luke Moore and Jerome Thomas were unavailable for that game but Roberto Di Matteo has revealed that both are on course for a return to action against the Londoners.

'Luke and Jerome will be training with us and hopefully they'll be available for selection on Monday. Youssouf is fine, he had some treatment and trained today.'

'On Tuesday night we didn't have too many options or too many ways of changing the game - that's life.'






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Date:Friday December 11 2009

Time: 5:12PM

 

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