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Albion travel to Kiddie and Walsall

Albion travel to Kiddie and Walsall

Albion have named the two squads travelling to Kidderminster and Walsall tomorrow afternoon.

Those fans wanting to see John Hartson and Chris Perry making their debuts should head to Bescot as they have been named in a strong squad to take on Walsall.

The squad for Kidderminster is a little less experienced with only Ronnie Wallwork, Nigel Quashie and Junichi Inamoto the first-team regulars in the squad.

The Kidderminster game kicks off at noon in Kiddie. The team will be selected from: Baker, Bateman, Bruce, Daniels, R Davies, Darg, Elvins, Forsyth, Hancox, Hodgkiss, Inamoto, Labadie, McDonald, McGovern, McQuilken, Morrison, Nardiello, Quashie, Wallwork, Wright.

The team for the Walsall game that will kick off at 15:00 at Bescot will be selected from: Albrechtsen, Bateman, Carter, Chaplow, Downing, Ellington, Greening, Gera, Hartson, Hoult, Labadie, Manchester, Mason, Nicholls, Nicholson, Oniwubiko, Perry, Robinson, Watson.

Stuart Nicholson has been named part of the Bescot squad although reports suggest that he is injured for this game.

Midfielder Zoltan Gera has been named in the squad visiting Walsall after chairman Jeremy Peace rejected the Hungarian's transfer request.

Curtis Davies and Tomasz Kuszczak are both missing through 'injury' and 'lack of training' respectively.


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