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Team News: Pools v Woking

15 February 2018

Steven Morris (Shutter Press)

We take a look at the latest info from both camps ahead of Saturday's game at Victoria Park (3pm kick-off).

Craig Harrison looks likely to be without the services of Michael Ledger for Saturday’s game against Woking after the defender suffered a setback in his recovery from injury.

Club Captain Carl Magnay will also be missing for the visit of The Cards as he served a one-game suspension following his red card in the game at Eastleigh last time out.

However, there is brighter news on the injury front with the return of Luke George to training after a hamstring problem while Rhys Oates is nearing fitness after a thigh strain.

Liam Donnelly is still struggling for fitness and could be touch and go for the weekend, but Ryan Donaldson (ankle), Kenton Richardson (collarbone) and Aaron Cunningham (knee) are all ruled out.

Woking boss Anthony Limbrick will hope to welcome back Lazar Stoksavljevic after the youngster missed their win over Chester last week with concussion.

Jordan Wynter could return to contention to face Pools on Saturday and defender Matt Young will be available after he had a red card he picked up at the weekend overturned.

Young full-back Louis Ramsay definitely won’t be heading to the North-East with Woking after he returned to parent club Norwich City for treatment on a hamstring injury.

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