Date: 17th April 2013 at 9:30pm
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Graham Turner has said that he doesn’t expect Jermaine Grandison to be fit for the game against Colchester and he also feels it’s unlikely that Mark Wright will play again this season.

Speaking to the Official Site Turner admitted that Grandison has suffered a relapse after making his return against Bournemouth.

‘I think the likelihood of him playing for us on Saturday are fairly slim. I think he feels he’s had a relapse again and he’s struggling. All we can do is go on the information that the physio gives us about him. He’s either fit or he isn’t.’

Wright is still suffering with his hip injury and Turner says he’s running out of time to figure again this season.

‘Mark’s doing some light training, he’s doing the warm ups with the other players at the moment but he’s not continuing into the full sessions. I’ve got to say I think it looks unlikely that he will figure before the end of the season.’

Turner adds that with a reserve game next Monday it’s still too early to tell if he’ll be fit enough to play any part in that.

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