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West Brom's Callum McManaman sidelined by ankle injury

West Brom winger Callum McManaman
Image: Callum McManaman faces up to six weeks on the sidelines

West Bromwich Albion winger Callum McManaman has been ruled out for between four and six weeks with an ankle ligament injury.

Albion are already without James Morrison (ankle) while manager Tony Pulis confirmed on Friday that Chris Brunt (calf) and Darren Fletcher (knee) are struggling to be fit for West Brom's FA Cup fourth-round tie with Peterborough on Saturday.

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West Brom face three games in the space of eight days, with Swansea and Newcastle providing opposition in the league next week, but that will not affect Pulis' approach against the Posh this weekend.  

"It's a three-game week," the West Brom manager said.

"But I have made my feelings about this competition very clear - I will be fielding a strong team to win the game."

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