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Odemwingie Training Boost

Keith Downing has said that Peter Odemwingie should return to training properly tomorrow which should mean he is in contention for the Newcastle game.

Speaking to wba.co.uk Downing said he was confident that Odemwingie would be fit to play a part, and he also gave us a brief injury roundup.

'Peter didn't train yesterday, but it looks like he's going to. There are no major problems from Wigan, Brunt had a bit of a sore ankle but trained yesterday. Morrison is a little fatigued and Keith Andrews trained on Friday and declared himself fit.'

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Date:Wednesday March 21 2012

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