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Wolves 15:00 Fulham

Double blow for Wolves

Stearman and Surman facing injury lay-offs

Last Updated: 18/09/09 8:29pm

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Stearman: Out for three weeks

Stearman: Out for three weeks

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Wolves have been hit with a double injury blow with the news Richard Stearman and Andrew Surman have both picked up knocks in training.

A miserable training day at Molineux saw defender Stearman pick up an ankle injury that will rule him out of Wolves' next three games, while Surman has suffered a knee problem.

Wolves boss Mick McCarthy, who will now have to wait on scans to lean how serious Surman's injury is, admits it has been a miserable day.

"It's not been a great day," he conceded on the club's official website.

"Andrew has done something to his knee after he twisted it while Richard has got a swelling just above his ankle.

"We sent him for an X-ray thinking he might have fractured it but he hasn't.

"He's out a while and certainly won't be involved in the three games over the next week - after that we'll have to see."

McCarthy's disappointment has been tempered somewhat by the return to his squad of trio Kevin Foley, Michael Knightly and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake for Sunday's game with Blackburn.

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