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Team news ahead of Saturday's Championship clash between Hull City and Peterborough at the KC Stadium.
Hull defender Joe Dudgeon, an ever-present in Steve Bruce's side this season, is a doubt after sustaining a knee injury in Sunday's defeat at Leicester.
Liam Rosenior replaced Dudgeon for the last 20 minutes at the King Power Stadium and could return to the starting line-up if Dudgeon fails to make it, but left-back Andy Dawson offers Bruce an alternative option.
Striker Matty Fryatt is edging closer to a return to action after his season has been delayed due to an Achilles injury and he could be back in contention after the next international break.
"Matty Fryatt has trained all week," said Bruce. "We need him to get games now and as much training as we possibly can to get him up to speed, but he's coming along nicely."
Defender Jack Hobbs and midfielder Tom Cairney remain sidelined with long-term knee injuries.
Peterborough manager Darren Ferguson, meanwhile, has a fully-fit squad.
Posh have made the worst start to a campaign in the club's history, losing all seven of their Championship matches to date.
However, Ferguson is not seeking to make any loan signings to help remedy Peterborough's problems.
He said: "I've been on record as saying this is the strongest squad I've had here. I have 25 fit bodies and now I need to find the right formula to get us some success on the pitch."
Tommy Rowe, Danny Swanson and Daniel Kearns are all available after injury and could start on Saturday.
Ferguson was given further food for thought after being impressed by the performance of the reserves in a midweek win over Northampton. Kearns, Lee Frecklington, Emile Sinclair and youngsters Jaanai Gordon-Hutton and Jonson Clarke-Harris were all involved on Tuesday afternoon and could have played their way into Ferguson's thinking ahead of the trip to Humberside.