Date: 20th April 2015 at 9:12am
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Physio Bobby Bacic has confirmed that Shaun Williams will be out for the remainder of the campaign having sustained an impact fracture in the game against Wigan.

Shaun Cummings is also out for a spell having suffered a tear to his groin, but it’s hoped he may make it back in time for the last game or two – but Wolverhampton Wanderers seems more likely if anything.

Speaking to the official site with both missing the draw against Cardiff City, Bacic explained.

‘Both injuries were picked up during the win over Wigan. Cummings has a tear in a groin muscle and is working extremely hard so he can still play some part before the season ends. Unfortunately Williams won’t feature again in 2014/15 after suffering a freak injury when colliding with the perimeter wall. He has sustained an impact fracture more common in snowboarders landing from height rather than footballers.’

Bacic goes on to say that another update on Williams will be given some point this week once he’s been for a review with a surgeon but it’s expected at this stage that the club and the player will just let it heal naturally given the time of year and the off season.

The remaining long term injury is Carlos Edwards, and our physio gave a brief update on his progress whilst he was in front of the press department.

‘He has started some light outdoor work and continues to make good progress. That has pleased some of the U21 group, who he took for a gym fitness session earlier this week and finished half of them off!’

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