Date: 25th May 2016 at 6:02pm
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Manager Neil Harris has confirmed that Byron Webster is a doubt for this weekend’s League One Play Off Final against Barnsley.

Heading to Wembley this weekend looking for a return to the Championship at the first time of asking, Webster faces a race to be fit with the 29 year old hobbling off in the second leg of the semi final against Bradford with a hamstring problem.

With only a few days left before the game, he hasn’t however yet been ruled out of the match, but he still does run the risk of missing the game.

Speaking to News Shopper as he begins his press build up to the game, Harris explained that if he couldn’t be selected, given how key he’s become to us, it would be a blow.

‘Byron came off with a strained hamstring so it’s not ideal preparation because he has been colossal for us in recent weeks and months. It’s going to be tough for him for Sunday and we’ll give him every opportunity to make it.’

Harris does however have options, not only youngster Sid Nelson but also a returned to fitness club skipper Tony Craig.

‘But if not then in Tony Craig, our club captain, and Sid Nelson, who has played really well this year, I’ve got players who can step into the position admirably.’

Speaking about the trip to Wembley more itself, Harris is quoted by Sky Sports as saying.

‘We’re in a privileged position, through a lot of hard work, we’re there on merit and we want to win the game. We’re playing against a really good side, it will be a good game of football and we’re looking forward to it.’

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