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Daniel Sturridge to make West Brom comeback from injury in 10 days' time

Daniel Sturridge of West Bromwich Albion
Image: Daniel Sturridge was taken off after three minutes at Stamford Bridge in February

Daniel Sturridge should be fit to return to action in 10 days’ time and could make his comeback for West Brom in the Premier League against Swansea on April 7.

The on-loan Liverpool striker suffered a hamstring injury in the defeat at Chelsea in February and has only played 78 minutes for West Brom since joining in the January transfer window.

Sturridge will have to hit the ground running on his return for West Brom who are bottom, 10 points from safety and have lost their last eight games in all competitions.

LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 12: Daniel Sturridge of West Bromwich Albion is challenged by Cesar Azpilicueta of Chelsea during the Premier League match betwe
Image: Sturridge is yet to score at West Brom

The 28-year-old will also be hoping to force his way into England's World Cup plans having been part of their last two tournament squads.

Another injury boost for West Brom could see Nacer Chadli return to the bench for Saturday's home game against Burnley following a thigh injury.

Nacer Chadli of West Bromwich Albion and Riyad Mahrez of Leicester City during the Premier League match
Image: Nacer Chadli could make his first appearance for West Brom since December 23

The Belgian has not played for the club since limping off in the 3-1 defeat at Stoke in December and has made just three league appearances this season.

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Elsewhere, there are no new fresh injury concerns for Alan Pardew following the international break.

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