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Double boost for Albion
Albion boss Oscar Garcia could have a double boost to his midfield options for Saturday’s trip to Ipswich Town.
Keith Andrews is available again for the clash against one of his former clubs.
The Seagulls still have a long list of injuries but there is also a chance that Kemy Agustien will be back in contention.
Andrews had to sit out the 3-1 home win against Bolton Wanderers under the terms of his season-long loan move from Albion’s victims.
The experienced Irishman was outstanding in the deep-lying midfield role in the previous 0-0 draws at Reading and Queens Park Rangers.
He is expected to return at the expense of youngster Rohan Ince against the club where he enjoyed the most prolific spell of his career.
Andrews scored nine goals in 20 games on loan to Ipswich from Blackburn Rovers two seasons ago to earn a move back into the Premier League with West Bromwich Albion.
Agustien has not featured in Albion’s three matches since the international break, due to a combination of groin and hamstring injuries.
The Dutchman signed from Swansea was an unused substitute at Reading and was not involved against QPR or Bolton.
Albion were unable to name a recognised central midfielder on the bench against Bolton in the absences also of Jake Forster-Caskey (groin), Liam Bridcutt (hernia) and Andrea Orlandi (knee).
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