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Double injury boost for Albion ahead of Leeds clash (Updated)
Will Buckley is back in contention for Albion's key clash against fellow play-off contenders Leeds United at The Amex tomorrow night.
Head coach Oscar Garcia has confirmed the right-winger is available for selection, together with midfielder Jake Forster-Caskey, after both players came through today's training session at Withdean.
Buckley, the subject of a rejected bid from Sunderland during the January transfer window, has not played since suffering more hamstring trouble at Blackpool on December 29.
Forster-Caskey missed Saturday's 1-0 home win against Doncaster Rovers with a hamstring injury.
So too did Andrews and the Irishman's hamstring problem will keep him on the sidelines for the visit of Leeds.
Craig Mackail-Smith will not be involved in a development friendly at Bournemouth today as he continues his recovery from 11 months out with Achilles and ankle injuries.
The match is being played due to the bad weather on a 4G pitch, which is regarded as unsuitable for Mackail-Smith at this stage of his recovery.
Will Hoskins' hopes of resuming training following his long lay-off with cruciate knee ligament damage are being hampered by the soft training pitches.
The striker is back in a protective boot as a precaution but could make his comeback in a development game in the next couple of weeks if the weather improves.
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