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Tyson and Earnie - Back For Blackpool Game

The Reds' got a double dose of good news today, in that strikers Robert Earnshaw and Nathan Tyson have been declared fit for the vital game at Bloomfield Road on Saturday.

The pair have been missing from action due to respective ankle injuries and will be welcome additions for the final two games.

Earnshaw in particular will be a welcome return. The clubs top scorer with 16 goals to his credit so far this season, will give a massive boost to the squad ahead of the game.

Billy Davies told the official site. 'I'm delighted to say that both 'Earnie' and 'Tys' are fully recovered for the weekend and will be very much available, which is good.'




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Date:Wednesday April 22 2009

Time: 4:33PM

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How nerve wracking is this, just under 48 hours to kick off!
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23/04/2009 12:15:00

How nerve wracking is this, just under 48 hours to kick off!
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Tell me about it - its been like this for us since we came up to the championship! Not good being in a relegation battle!
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Tell me about it - its been like this for us since we came up to the championship! Not good being in a relegation battle!
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