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Hull City injury latest ahead of crunch West Brom test with key Liam Delap update

the Tigers return home after picking up three wins away from home

Liam Rosenior has reported a clean bill of health as Hull City look to make it four wins on the spin with victory against play-off rivals West Brom in Saturday’s early kick-off at the MKM Stadium.

The Tigers have no fresh injury concerns after Tuesday night’s superb 2-1 win at Southampton, with only Liam Delap the long-term absentee as he continues his recovery.

Lewie Coyle came through 90-plus minutes on the south coast with no reaction to the hamstring complaint which kept him out of the starting line-up at Huddersfield Town, while Tyler Morton’s ankle problem picked up early on at the John Smith’s Stadium has not suffered any adverse reaction following his cameo on the South Coast.

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Rosenior has also given a positive update on Liam Delap, with the striker continuing his recovery from a knee injury. Delap, as expected, was at the training ground on Thursday and Friday, before heading away to get some sunshine. The 21-year-old frontman has not yet started running, but is walking without the aid of a knee brace or crutches.

“No, everything’s fine,” Rosenior told Hull Live. “No new worries, the lads who didn’t start the game (at Southampton) had a really extended session today (Thursday) to get some more fitness into their legs.

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