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Buckley And Forster-Caskey In Contention

As long as they come through training today fine then Will Buckley and Jake Forster-Caskey will be in contention for Brighton's game against Leeds at the Amex tomorrow night.

The Argus reports that Oscar confirmed this today, which will be a boost to our chances of beating a rival that'll also be hoping to sneak into the Championship play offs. The news isn't so good for Keith Andrews though with his injury still keeping him out.

Buckley hasn't featured since his hamstring injury against Blackpool at the end of December.

It's not such good news for Craig Mackail-Smith though, his recovery is still going well but he'll not be able to face Bournemouth today in the development squad game as plying on a 4G pitch wouldn't be suitable for him as he comes back from long term injury.

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Date:Monday February 10 2014

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