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Djurgården-Enköping 82 9 9
Djurgården har gjort sitt i kvalet
till Champions League efter 2-2 mot
Partizan Belgrad. Nu är det
allsvenskan som gäller. Johan Arneng
är avstängd. Troligt att Jesper
Blomqvist får chansen från start.
Enköping har fortfarande chans på nytt
kontrakt. Baskim Sopi och Brima Koroma
är avstängda.

2. Elfsborg-Örebro 48 31 21
Tre mål av Lasse Nilsson när Elfsborg
gick till semifinal i Svenska Cupen
efter 4-1 mot Väsby. I serien har
Elfsborg bara tagit en poäng på sina
fem senaste. Martin Andersson är
avstängd. Örebro har också fem raka
utan vinst och - utan mål. ÖSK har
inte vunnit på Ryavallan sedan 1998.

1. Djurgården-Enköping 82 9 9
Djurgården har gjort sitt i kvalet
till Champions League efter 2-2 mot
Partizan Belgrad. Nu är det
allsvenskan som gäller. Johan Arneng
är avstängd. Troligt att Jesper
Blomqvist får chansen från start.
Enköping har fortfarande chans på nytt
kontrakt. Baskim Sopi och Brima Koroma
är avstängda.

2. Elfsborg-Örebro 48 31 21
Tre mål av Lasse Nilsson när Elfsborg
gick till semifinal i Svenska Cupen
efter 4-1 mot Väsby. I serien har
Elfsborg bara tagit en poäng på sina
fem senaste. Martin Andersson är
avstängd. Örebro har också fem raka
utan vinst och - utan mål. ÖSK har
inte vunnit på Ryavallan sedan 1998.

3. Halmstad-AIK 49 26 25
Halmstad klart för kvartsfinal i
Svenska Cupen efter 2-1 hemma mot
Örgryte. I serien har HBK fyra raka
vinster. Mikael Nilsson är avstängd.
AIK har tre raka förluster och bara en
seger på de åtta senaste. Mats Rubarth
är avstängd. Daniel Hoch, Krister
Nordin och Fredrik Björck åter. 1-1 i
fjol.

4. Örgryte-Malmö FF 39 29 32
Mål av Paulinho hjälpte inte i
Örgrytes cupmatch mot HBK (1-2). Nu
får ÖIS koncentrera sig på allsvenskan
där det blivit sex segrar på de sju
senaste. Malmö FF har tre raka utan
vinst och tre spelare avstängda: Olof
Persson, Jon Jönsson och skyttekungen
(13 mål) Niklas Skoog. 2-2 i fjol.

5. Öster-Landskrona 25 26 49
Tungt i Växjö där Öster ännu inte
vunnit och har totalt tolv raka utan
vinst i serien. Joakim Karlsson är
avstängd. Inga nya skador. Landskrona
har sex raka utan förlust, men har
bara vunnit på Värendsvallen en gång
på 15 försök. Allan Ravn Jensen och
Hasan Cetinkaya är avstängda.

6. Brommapojkarna-Boden 61 21 18
BP har tappat mark till topplagen
efter två raka förluster mot
Falkenberg (1-3) och Assyriska (0-3).
Pontus Segerström åter efter
avstängning. Boden har vunnit varannan
match på bortaplan på slutet och slog
senast Kalmar FF (2-1). Har inte
kryssat på bortaplan.

7. Café Opera-Åtvidaberg 60 23 17
Café Opera var länge obesegrat hemma,
men har nu vunnit fler matcher borta
(fyra) än hemma (tre). Har gjort flest
mål av alla lag i serien (35). Har
aldrig förlorat hemma mot Åtvidaberg,
som lånat anfallaren Pär Cederqvist
från Djurgården. 2-2 i fjol.


8. Forward-Gefle 25 29 46
Forward har tre raka förluster och har
bara vunnit en av de sex senaste,
Frölunda borta 2-1. Bör vinna för att
inta halka efter i jakten på nytt
kontrakt. Gefle har toppform. Gefle
har sex raka utan vinst och en ny
seger ger kontakt med den allsvenska
kvalplatsen. Jon Ericsson är avstängd.


9. Kalmar FF-Sylvia 77 12 11
Kalmar har bara vunnit två av de sju
senaste, men ligger ändå på allsvensk
kvalplats. Mikael Eklund och Daniel
Mobaeck är avstängda. Niklas Kaldner
och Patrik Rosengren åter. Har inte
kryssat hemma. Sylvia är sist efter
fem raka utan vinst och utan en enda
seger på bortaplan.

10. IFK Malmö-Häcken 25 25 50
IFK Malmö har bara vunnit två av de
sju senaste och är ett jagat byte i
jakten på nytt kontrakt. Magnus
Eriksson och Fredrik Jönsson åter
efter avstängning. Har inte kryssat
hemma. Häcken har fem raka vinster och
har tagit fler poäng borta än hemma.
Ivica Skiljo är avstängd. 0-2 i fjol.


11. Norrköping-Västerås SK 54 27 19
IFK Norrköping uppträder ojämnt och
ser i dagsläget inte ut som ett
allsvenskt lag. Får tillbaka Patrik
Kieback efter avstängning. Västerås
har också tappat mark till topplagen
efter sex raka utan vinst. Får
tillbaka Adam Braz efter avstängning.


12. Trelleborgs FF-Assyriska 54 23 23
Trelleborg hade chansen att rycka i
toppen, men förlorade överraskande
borta mot Falkenberg (0-1). Thomas
Magnusson och Johan Laursen är
avstängda. Assyriska skrällde i cupen
mot IFK Göteborg (4-1). Zoran Manovic
är avstängd. Har ännu inte kryssat i
serien. 1-0 i fjol.

13. Frölunda-Falkenberg 70 17 13
Västra Frölunda skuggar Trelleborg i
toppen och har bara förlorat mot
nykomlingen Forward (1-2) på
hemmaplan. Inga nya skador eller
avstängningar. Falkenberg fällde många
tippare senast genom att besegra
Trelleborg hemma (1-0). Ändå på
nedflyttningsplats. Björn Carlsson
åter efter avstängning.

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1 Coritiba-Flamengo x x2 1x2
Jag trodde mycket på Coritiba förra
söndagen, men 1-1 hemma mot Fortaleza
var en stor missräkning. Flamengo fick
däremot äntligen betalt för sitt fina
spel då de i veckan utklassade Bahia
med 6-0. Edilson gjorde tre av målen
och han kan sänka Coritiba också.

2 Figueirense-Vitoria 1 1x 1x
Figueirense tog snabbt revansch för
första hemmaförlusten mot formstarka
Gois (0-1) då de i torsdags vann borta
mot Corinthians med matchens enda mål.
Vitoria siktar på kryss och kan klara
det trots att bäste anfallaren Ze
Roberto är avstängd.


3 Atletico Mineiro-Corinthians 1 1 1
Det är alltid farligt att prata om
kupongens säkraste vinnare, men något
säger mig att bortasvaga Corinthians
inte har skuggan av en chans mot form-
och hemmastarka Atletico Mineiro, ett
lag som kommer att finnas med i
guldstriden länge. Mycket länge.

4 Ponte Preta-Internacional x x2 x2
Bra form på båda håll och svårt att
peka ut någon vinnare. Ponte Preta har
snabba och sevärda forwards och har ju
bara förlorat en gång hemma, medan
Internacional imponerade borta senast
mot Sao Paulo (2-0). Jag kryssar, med
extra feeling för Internacional.


5 Bahia-Fortaleza 1 1 1x
Två lag som kämpar för nytt kontrakt
och för Bahia drogs gardinen ner
ytterligare en bit borta mot Flamengo
(0-6). Nu är Bahia ett utpräglat
hemmalag, som kan få snabb revansch,
men Fortaleza ska inte få spräcka mitt
tips en gång till. Därför en
kryssgardering.

6 Paysandu-Goias x 1x 1x2
I mina ögon omgångens svåraste match
mellan två formstarka lag där jag
måste berömma Goias, som efter 3-1 mot
Vasco da Gama spelat nio raka utan
förlust och lämnat jumboplatsen. Dimba
toppar skytteligan på 19 mål, mer än
hälften av Goias totala 37.


7 Vasco da Gama-Guarani 1 1x 1x
Jag har påpekat det tidigare och jag
gör det igen. Jag blir inte klok på
Vasco da Gama, detta stjärnspäckade
lag som slåss för nytt kontrakt i
stället för guld. När det lossnar,
vilket det mycket väl kan göra mot
beskedliga Guarani, kan det lossna
rejält.

8 Gremio-Atletico Paranaense 1 1 1
Ett bottemöte där jag utgår från att
hemmaplan avgör. Gremio har ju tagit
19 av sina 22 poäng hemma medan
Atletico Paranaense ännu inte vunnit
borta, å andra sidan vann Paranenese i
veckan derbyt mot Parana med 1-0.

9 Elfsborg-Örebro 1 1 1
Elfsborgs måltorka kom av sig i
torsdags i cupen då de slog Väsby med
4-1. Jag är fullt medveten om att
ÖSK:s försvar håller högre klass än
Väsbys, men jag är ändå inne på att
Elfsborg vinner och vem vet, här
räcker det kanske med ett mål...

10 Öster-Landskrona 2 2 2
Det mesta tycks gå emot Öster för
dagen: förluster, skador och
avstängningar och jag har svårt att se
Öster bryta sin negativa trend mot
Landskrona. Om självförtroendet är i
botten hos Öster måste det vara helt
på topp i Landskrona efter derbysegern
mot MFF.

11 IFK Malmö-Häcken x x2 x2
Det finns mycket talang och utveckling
i Häcken och när laget nu också börjat
vinna får övriga toppklubbar se upp.
Häcken är på gång och jag tror inte de
förlorar i Malmö, men IFK kan mycket i
sina ljusa stunder, så utgångskrysset
känns befogat.

12 IFK Norrköping-Västerås SK 1 1 1
Det börjar se svårt ut för IFK att
omgående ta sig tillbaka till
allsvenskan, men serien är lång och
mina gamla klubbkompisar Gudmundur
Mete och Mikael Roth har garanterat
inte gett upp. Gudmundur är bra på
fasta situationer. Han avgör.


13 Trelleborg-Assyriska 1 1 1
Jodå, jag har noterat Assyriskas
cupskräll mot IFK Göteborg och är
införstådd med att laget har kapacitet
för att också klättra i tabellen, men
något säger mig att Trelleborg inte
förlorar två matcher i följd, att de
vill revanschera sig efter plumpen i
Falkenberg.

Bayern Munich visit Hanover 96 for their second game in the Bundesliga season on Saturday but the German champions will probably have to wait before they can field new striker Roy Makaay.

Bayern said on Monday that they had eventually succeeded in their bid to purchase the Dutchman from Deportivo Coruna but it has emerged since that the two clubs were still fighting over the transfer fee.

Makaay is in Munich and trained with Bayern for the first time on Thursday but the club were still awaiting written confirmation of their record deal with Deportivo.

Bayern, who completed their fourth domestic league and Cup double last season, launched the defence of their Bundesliga title with a 3-1 win over promoted Eintracht Frankfurt last week.

Hanover, who held Bayern to two draws last season, also started in promising fashion, with a surprise 3-0 win at Hamburg SV.

Other matches this weekend (league positions in parentheses, kickoff times GMT):

Saturday, August 9 (1330)

SC FREIBURG (15) v HANSA ROSTOCK (14)

Promoted SC Freiburg have focused in training in trying to tighten up their defence after opening with a 4-1 defeat by Bayer Leverkusen.

Rostock, who fell 2-0 at home to VfB Stuttgart last weekend, have never won a league game in Freiburg.

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WERDER BREMEN (2=) v BOR. MOENCHENGLADBACH (7=)

Werder Bremen dropped out of the Intertoto Cup and will not play in Europe but looked strong in their 3-0 win over Hertha in Berlin last weekend.

Moenchengladbach, who started with a 1-0 win over promoted Cologne, already have plenty of injury worries with striker Peter van Houdt among the casualties.

- - - -

COLOGNE (12) v KAISERSLAUTERN (18)

Cologne, who have not won any of their last nine home Bundesliga matches against Kaiserslautern, have two players suspended in midfielder, Alexander Voigt and defender Moses Sichone.

Kaiserslautern, stuck at the bottom of the table with minus three points for breaching licensing rules, also have a player suspended in defender Bill Tchato. Egypt defender Hany Ramzy will remain out of action for around six months after damaging knee ligaments in last weekend's 1-0 defeat by TSV 1860 Munich.

- - - -

TSV 1860 MUNICH (7=) v SCHALKE 04 (9=)

TSV 1860 can turn to recent history for inspiration, having won this fixture 3-0 last season.

Schalke, still in contention for a place in the UEFA Cup via the Intertoto Cup, have a midfield problem with Joerg Boehme out injured and Gerald Asamoah serving a suspension.

- - - -

BORUSSIA DORTMUND (9=) v VFL WOLFSBURG (6)

Dortmund are already decimated by injuries with defender Evanilson and midfielders Torsten Frings and Guy Demel all facing lengthy layoffs. To make matters worse, Germany midfielder Sebastian Kehl is serving a six-week ban for pushing the referee in a warm-up game.

Wolfsburg started with a hard-fought 3-2 win over VfL Bochum. Argentina midfielder Andres D'Alessandro made a promising debut for the ambitious club sponsored by Wolfsburg-based carmakers Volkswagen.

- - - -

VFL BOCHUM (11) v HAMBURG SV (16=)

Bochum coach Peter Neururer has no injury worries and was expected to give the team who lost to Wolfsburg another chance by picking the same starting line-up.

Hamburg coach Kurt Jara welcomes back Czech defender Tomas Ujfalusi, who was suspended last weekend and sorely missed in the 3-0 defeat by Hanover.

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Sunday, August 10 (1530)

EINTRACHT FRANKFURT (13) v BAYER LEVERKUSEN (1)

Promoted Eintracht lost to Leverkusen the last three times they entertained them in Bundesliga matches.

Leverkusen, who had a nightmare run last season, narrowly escaping relegation, thrilled their fans last weekend with a 4-1 win over SC Freiburg that put them at the top of the standings.

- - - -

VFB STUTTGART (5) v HERTHA BERLIN (16=)

Stuttgart, last season's surprise runners-up, started well with with a 2-0 win at Hansa Rostock and will be at full strength.

Hertha will be without inspirational Brazilian Marcelinho, who sustained a foot fracture in last weekend's 3-0 defeat by Werder Bremen.

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Preview: Derby County v Stoke City

Central defender Dave Walton is Derby boss George Burley's main fitness worry ahead of the Pride Park clash with Stoke.

Walton picked up a knee injury and also complained of a tight calf muscle during the midweek friendly outing at Eastwood Town.

Fellow defender Youl Mawene was ruled out earlier in the week when he was diagnosed as suffering medial knee ligament damage.

But captain Warren Barton, who underwent close-season surgery on a troublesome shoulder, is likely to make the squad after a back problem while Lee Morris is also expected to feature having recovered from hamstring, back, thigh and knee injuries.

On-loan Portuguese winger Candido Costa is poised for his debut despite the kick in the face which cost him two teeth against the Spaniards.

Stoke manager Tony Pulis will hand new signing Carl Asaba his debut.

Asaba arrived from Sheffield United on Tuesday and Pulis is hoping he can score the goals to keep a new-look Stoke outfit well away from the drop zone this season.

Fellow summer signings Darel Russell, Keith Andrews, Ed De Goey, Gifton Noel-Williams, Clint Hill and John Eustace are also likely to make their debuts.

But midfielder Kris Commons faces a race against time to be fit after picking up a knee injury in the friendly against Rotherham.
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Preview: Ipswich Town v Reading

Ipswich have a clean bill of health ahead of the opener at home to Reading.

Full-back Chris Makin has recovered from a thigh injury and midfield anchorman George Santos has shaken off a calf problem.

Striker Marcus Bent has responded to treatment following a back strain.

Reading manager Alan Pardew has the luxury of a fully-fit squad to choose from.

The team which reached the First Division play-off semi-finals last season has been strengthened by the signings of Shaun Goater from Manchester City and Scott Murray from Bristol City.

Reading's back-five will be the same as last season with Marcus Hahnemann in goal and Graeme Murty, Adrian Williams, Steve Brown and Nicky Shorey in front of him. Goater and last season's leading scorer Nicky Forster will play up front.

It is in midfield where Pardew has selection problems. Murray will play on the right with James Harper, Andy Hughes and Steve Sidwell contesting the two berths in the middle of the park.

Nathan Tyson hopes to get the place on the left side of midfield.
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Preview: Millwall v Wigan

Noel Whelan will make his Millwall debut against Wigan having signed a one-year contract at the New Den.

The 28-year-old is expected to start alongside Neil Harris as Mark McCammon is sidelined with a knee injury.

David Livermore is also ruled out having undergone cartilage surgery.

Mark McGhee will add Arsenal's Brazilian wing-back Juan to his squad after signing him on loan, but Richard Sadlier is unlikely to be risked as he recovers from a hip injury.

Wigan will definitely be without Nathan Ellington, who is only just back in light training after knee surgery.

Andy Liddell and Neil Roberts are expected to lead the front line in his absence, but Mike Flynn is doubtful with a thigh strain.
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Preview: Nottingham Forest v Sunderland

Nottingham Forest will kick-off their Division One campaign without the services of Michael Dawson who is suspended for the City Ground clash with Sunderland.

Dawson has also been recovering from a bout of glandular fever while Gareth Williams is likely to be missing as he continues his rehabilitation from close-season surgery on a shoulder problem.

Michael Stewart is set to start in the middle of the park while Danny Sonner and Brynjar Gunnarsson should play a part.

Sunderland boss Mick McCarthy will head into the new season without his biggest names.

Gavin McCann, Jody Craddock and Bernt Haas have all left Wearside during the summer as the cash-strapped Black Cats attempt to address their crippling debt problems.

But a trio of other high earners will not be involved. Kevin Phillips, the subject of a £3million bid from Southampton, Thomas Sorensen, whose advisors have discussed a £2.25million move to Aston Villa, and Michael Gray, whose captain's armband has been handed to Jason McAteer, will be notable absentees from the squad.

In addition, record signing Tore Andre Flo, who scored twice for the reserves in midweek, is unlikely to be involved and American midfielder Claudio Reyna, who is battling back to fitness after knee surgery, is not yet ready to play 90 minutes.

New signing Gary Breen is also short of match fitness and will not make the trip but midfielder Jeff Whitley seems a certain starter.

Estonia international Mart Poom will start in goal, while Kevin Kyle and Marcus Stewart are likely to team up in attack.
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Preview: Preston v West Ham

Paul McKenna looks set to miss Preston's opening-day clash with West Ham.

McKenna picked up an ankle problem during training this week and could be forced to watch from the sidelines at Deepdale.

West Ham manager Glenn Roeder is likely to start with Jermain Defoe up front with alongside new signing David Connolly, with year-long loan man Neil Mellor also in contention.

Steve Lomas is still recovering from an ankle injury, with Rob Lee likely to deputise in midfield.

Michael Carrick is sidelined following surgery on his groin, while Ian Pearce is suspended.
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Preview: Sheffield United v Gillingham

New signing Ashley Ward is expected to make his Sheffield United debut against Gillingham at Bramall Lane.

The former Bradford striker agreed a two-year deal on Thursday and could partner fellow new-boy Jack Lester in attack.

Boss Neil Warnock will also have summer arrivals Mike Whitlow, Andy Parkinson and Chris Morgan in contention.

Michael Brown could play after coming though a run-out against Middlesborough last week, although Steve Kabba looks set to miss out after his pre-season was disrupted by injury.

Gillingham manager Andy Hessenthaler will be without four key players.

Striker Rod Wallace had an operation over the summer on his lower leg and should return to full-fitness within two weeks, as will Marlon King who is returning after cruciate ligament damage.

Club captain Paul Smith and Kevin James are still recovering from summer knee operations.

New signings Ian Cox and John Hills are set to make their debuts, despite the latter missing training sessions with a toe problem.
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Preview: Walsall v West Brom

Jamie Lawrence is expected to be the sole Walsall absentee ahead of the clash with West Brom.

The Jamaica international is out for a fortnight after chipping bone in his foot during the pre-season friendly against Kidderminster.

Paul Merson is expected to make his Saddlers debut.

West Brom new signing Joost Volmer goes straight into the side.

But fellow new signing Thomas Gaardsoe is likely to miss out with an ankle knock.

The only other absentees are Darren Moore and Michael Appleton, who have cruciate knee ligament problems.
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Preview: Watford v Coventry City

Danny Webber should partner Bruce Dyer in attack for Watford against Coventry at Vicarage Road.

Both returned to the Hornets this summer after previous spells with the club and Webber is playing again after a broken leg.

But fellow new-boy Jimmy Davis, on loan from Manchester United, is struggling to be fit with a groin injury. Paul Robinson is banned and Wayne Brown is doubtful with a calf strain so places are up for grabs at the back. Jason Norville has a hamstring injury.

Coventry player-manager Gary McAllister has been boosted by the return to fitness of two star players - but will be forced to name a 16-year-old among the substitutes.

Teenage goalkeeper Jon Tuffey is the sole cover for first-choice Scott Shearer after understudies Gavin Ward and Richard Brush fell victim to respective back and groin injuries.

But striker Dele Adebola has recovered from a groin strain while midfielder Youssef Safri has also been named in the squad after overcoming a hamstring problem.

Defenders Richard Shaw and Dean Gordon, plus midfielder David Pipe, have been ruled out by foot injuries.

Strikers Andy Morrell and Graham Barrett are also likely absentees after collecting calf and knee ligament injuries.
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Preview: Wimbledon v Crewe

Wimbledon are missing Joel McAnuff and Lionel Morgan for the opening clash of the season at home to Crewe.

McAnuff is out with a foot injury and Morgan has a knee problem.

New signing Dean Holdsworth is likely to start up front but manager Stuart Murdoch may also blood some youngsters, including Michael Gordon, after five of his first-team squad left during the summer.

Crewe boss Dario Gradi could be without star striker Dean Ashton, who has a tight hamstring and has not trained this week.

Fellow striker Paul Edwards is out for six weeks with an ankle injury while defender Richard Walker has missed the last fortnight with shin splints and should return to training next week.

Defender Chris McCready is fit following a knee problem and new signing Justin Cochrane will be available after shaking off a shin injury he sustained against Tranmere last weekend.

Neil Sorvel is back in contention after missing most of pre-season with an ankle problem and Clayton Ince should start in goal having recovered from flu.

Adie Moses is set to make his debut and James Robinson or Luke Varney could start for the first time if Ashton is not fit.
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Preview: Bradford v Norwich

Bradford defender Jason Gavin is struggling to be fit for the Valley Parade clash with Norwich.

Gavin has been troubled by a thigh strain and has missed training all week.

The 23-year-old's likely omission means manager Nicky Law could be forced into employing left-back Paul Heckingbottom as a makeshift central defender against the club he left this summer.

But Wayne Jacobs has bounced back from the knee problem which ruled him out of training until late in the week.

Norwich will be without Iwan Roberts and Alex Notman (both ankle).

Summer signing Jim Brennan is doubtful with a thigh injury and Phil Mulryne is unlikely to start as he is short of match fitness following a hamstring problem and blisters.

However, Damien Francis is poised to make his debut in the centre of midfield alongside Gary Holt.
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Preview: Burnley v Crystal Palace

Neil Shipperley returns to the Crystal Palace line-up at Burnley after a five-year absence following his return from Wimbledon.

But manager Steve Kember has failed to clinch the signing of Northern Ireland international Michael Hughes in time.

Defenders Tony Popovic (groin) and Darren Powell (back) suffered knocks during pre-season but are expected to be fit. Hayden Mullins is suspended and transfer-listed defender Danny Granville is recovering from a hernia operation.

Burnley striker Gareth Taylor will definitely miss out and could be sidelined for up to a month.

The Wales international sustained an eye injury in the recent friendly with Leeds.

He will not be allowed to train for three weeks after he visited a specialist earlier this week.

It is a big blow for boss Stan Ternent, who is also without the suspended Ian Moore for the first three games of the season.

On-loan winger Luke Chadwick may play despite undergoing an operation on his jaw over the summer. Defender Mark McGregor (knee) is out.
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Bristol City v Notts County

Bristol City boss Danny Wilson will be without midfielder Aaron Brown for the home clash with Notts County.

The local-born player was given a seven-match ban towards the end of last season but remains suspended for the first five games after using up two of them in the Second Division play-offs.

Brown is the only absentee as manager Danny Wilson reports a clean bill of health ahead of the visit of the Magpies.

Beleaguered Notts County manager Bill Dearden has received a timely boost with two players signing new short-term deals.

Ian Richardson has put pen to paper on a month-by-month contract while Wales Under-21 international Michael Brough will remain at the cash-strapped club on a week-to-week basis.

Both players are eligible to feature at Ashton Gate, but there has been no progress on efforts to retain goalkeeper Saul Deeney on a new contract.
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Preview: Luton v Rushden & Diamonds

Mike Newell enters his first season in charge of Luton with a just 17 senior professionals ahead of the curtain-raiser against Rushden & Diamonds.

Defender Russell Perrett is still recovering from a groin operation and Peter Holmes has been sacrificed to cut costs.

Lee Mansell was stretchered off during a pre-season friendly with a leg injury and also misses the clash against Brian Talbot's men.

Although the Football League transfer embargo has been relaxed, Newell is likely to start the season with inexperienced teenager Robert Beckwith between the sticks until a replacement is found.

Rushden boss Talbot has a slight concern over Scotland Under-21 international Stuart Gray, who has a slight Achilles injury.

New striker Rodney Jack has now returned to full fitness and is likely to make his debut, but long-term injury victims Robert Duffy, Stuart Wardley and Ritchie Hanlon all miss out.
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Preview: Peterborough v Hartlepool

Andrew Fotiadis will miss Peterborough's home clash with Hartlepool with a thigh injury.

Fellow frontman Francis Green has recovered from a stubbed toe, but Ryan Semple (broken leg) and Adam Fry (ankle) remain long-term injury victims.

Pools have signed Gavin Strachan after he impressed manager Neale Cooper in a trial.

He goes straight into the squad to face Posh, but Cooper has doubts over Micky Barron and Mark Tinkler.

Tinkler picked up an ankle problem in the friendly with Leeds, while Barron has a slight thigh injury.

New boys Michael Nelson, Marco Gabbiadini, Paul Robinson and Andy Jordan are in contention to make their debuts.
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Preview: Plymouth v Grimsby

Defender David Worrell is poised to make his 100th league appearance for Plymouth as they kick off the season at home to Grimsby.

Boss Paul Sturrock will wait to see whether central defender Graham Coughlan suffers any reaction after making his comeback from a heel injury in the 5-0 friendly win at Saltash.

Summer signing Tony Capaldi is expected to start in midfield while on-loan Peter Gilbert vies for the left-back spot with Lee Hodges.

Grimsby manager Paul Groves is likely to hand debuts to Mike Edwards and Jason Crowe for the trip to Home Park.

Fellow new signings Tony Crane, Marcel Cas and Iain Anderson are also likely to play a part, but Groves will be without Alan Pouton (knee) and John McDermott (calf), while Stacy Coldicott is in light training after returning from injury.

The Mariners will try to conserve their energy for the contest by flying down to Argyle on the day of the match.
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Preview: Oldham v Brighton

Oldham skipper David Eyres is rated 50-50 for the visit of Brighton after injuring his ankle in a pre-season friendly against Manchester City.

Dean Holden (thigh) is also a doubt while striker Chris Killen is fit again after a foot problem, although he may not be risked due to a lack of match practice.

New signing Ernie Cooksey is unavailable for the opening four matches of the campaign after a suspension was carried over from previous club Crawley Town.

David Beharall remains sidelined after knee surgery in the summer.

Brighton boss Steve Coppell is set to hand a debut to striker Darius Henderson who has joined on a month's loan from Reading.

The 21-year-old goes straight into the squad for the trip to Boundary Park.

Coppell will be without Dean Blackwell (cruciate knee ligaments) and John Piercy (stomach bug).
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Preview: Port Vale v Bournemouth

Port Vale will be without Mark Goodlad and Neil Brisco for the clash at home to newly-promoted Bournemouth.

Goalkeeper Goodlad could be sidelined for up to three months after undergoing a finger operation, while Brisco is serving a two-match ban carried over from last season.

Bournemouth have doubts over Neil Young, Gareth Stuart and Jason Tindall.

Young suffered a twisted ankle in training this week and has been resting as a precaution.

Reserve keeper Stuart has been suffering from a niggling foot injury and is rated slightly better than 50-50 to make the bench.

Tindall remains 50-50 with an ankle problem, although he trained in midweek.
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Preview: QPR v Blackpool

New signings Gareth Ainsworth, Martin Rowlands and Eric Sabin should all be named in the QPR squad to face Blackpool.

Marc Bircham is back in training after a hamstring injury and will be available, while Kevin Gallen is back after ligament damage.

Tommy Williams is also in contention after returning to Loftus Road on a one-month loan from Birmingham.

Richard Pacquette misses out with a hamstring injury and Tottenham striker Mark Yeates will not figure as his proposed loan move has been scuppered by injury.

Blackpool look set to hand debuts to new signings Steve Davis, Mike Sheron and Kirk Hilton, along with Neil Danns and Jonathan Douglas, who this week joined the Seasiders on short-term loan deals from Blackburn.

Boss Steve McMahon is without Keith Southern, although the midfielder is now only a fortnight away from a return following a knee ligament injury.
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Preview: Swindon v Sheff Wed

Swindon's summer signing Tommy Mooney has been given a 70 per cent chance of playing against Sheffield Wednesday.

Mooney has been suffering from a foot injury, but the player will be given the final say on whether he plays against the Owls.

The Robins have also signed centre-back Ben Martin from Harpenden Town, with the 21-year-old agreeing a one-year deal.

Sheffield Wednesday boss Chris Turner has signed former Manchester United winger Terry Cooke on a one-year contract in time for him to make his debut.

Fellow new recruits Ola Tidman, Graeme Lee, Robbie Mustoe and Paul Smith are also in line to make their bows.

Turner has no fresh injury worries, although he is still without long-term injury victims Matthew Hamshaw (knee) and Chris Stringer (calf).
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Preview: Tranmere v Brentford

Tranmere boss Ray Mathias has no new injury worries ahead of the opening-day clash with Brentford.

Tyrone Loran is expected to miss the opening four games of the campaign after damaging knee ligaments this week.

Jamie McGuire and Neil Ashton have been sidelined since the beginning of pre-season and are some way off a return.

Alex Hay hopes to get the nod to play alongside Simon Haworth in attack.

Peter Beadle is set to make his Brentford debut after joining the club on a one-month deal following a successful trial spell.

Beadle is the only new signing Brentford boss Wally Downes has to call upon as their Division Two campaign gets under way.
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Preview: Carlisle v York

Carlisle will be without Brendan McGill and Des Byrne for the opening-day visit of York.

McGill suffered a rib injury in the pre-season friendly against Stockport and is out for three weeks.

Byrne has strained ankle ligaments and will not be able to train for at least a month.

York are awaiting clearance from the FA to see whether wing-back Dave Merris will be available for the clash.

Merris has joined from Harrogate Town after the two clubs negotiated a deal for the left-sided defender, while Richard Hope has been included in the squad after signing a one-month deal.

Jon Parkin is appealing against a three-match ban for his dismissal against Livingston, but could miss out anyway with a niggling injury.
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Preview: Swansea v Bury

Swansea manager Brian Flynn will be without Jason Smith for the opening-day visit of Bury.

The 28-year-old defender picked up an ankle injury during pre-season and is expected to be out for six to eight weeks.

Flynn rates Lee Jenkins' chances of taking part as "50-50" after the midfielder also suffered an ankle knock.

Bury boss Andy Preece is likely to include all four summer arrivals at the Vetch.

Preece hands the captain's armband to new signing Lee Duxbury and is set to give starts to Harpal Singh, Greg Strong and Joe O'Neil.

The Shakers will be without midfielders Paul O'Shaughnessy (knee) and Terry Dunfield (shoulder) for the trip to South Wales
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Preview: Southend v Cheltenham

Southend will be without Jamie Stuart for the visit of Cheltenham.

Stuart is still serving a suspension carried over from last season.

Che Wilson is rated 50-50 after sustaining a leg injury in training, so David McSweeney or Duncan Jupp could step in.

Jamie Fullarton is also unlikely to feature witha groin strain.

Cheltenham are likely to be without Richard Forsyth, Lee Howells and Richard Walker for the trip to Roots Hall.

Forsyth is suffering from a calf problem and Howells is nursing a thigh strain.

Walker remains a long-term injury victim following a knee operation.
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Preview: Scunthorpe United v Bristol Rovers

Scunthorpe boss Brian Laws has a fully-fit squad to choose from for his side's opening-day clash at home to Bristol Rovers.

Laws was waiting on a trio of players who were doubtful, but Paul Hayes has recovered from the foot blisters which forced him to miss the midweek friendly with Boston while Andy Parton (knee) and Wayne Graves (hamstring) are fit again.

New signing Steve MacLean comes into contention after the striker completed a loan move from Rangers this week.

Bristol Rovers playmaker Graham Hyde is likely to miss out with a hamstring injury.

The former Sheffield Wednesday midfielder picked up the strain in last weekend's friendly at Forest Green and boss Ray Graydon is unlikely to risk him at Glanford Park.

Graydon will wait until the last minute before making decisions on Junior Agogo, Wayne Carlisle and Ijah Anderson.
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Preview: Rochdale v Yeovil Town

Rochdale will hand a debut to Chris Shuker against Yeovil after he completed a one-month loan move from Manchester City.

The 21-year-old midfielder will be one of several debutants with Sean McClare, Mike Simpkins, Leo Bertos and Daryl Burgess all expected to be given a start by boss Alan Buckley.

Defender Gareth Griffiths is set to miss out after aggravating a back injury in pre-season.

Yeovil will make their Football League bow without skipper Terry Skiverton.

The central defender is ruled out as he recovers from an operation on his ankle.

Also missing is Chris Giles (ankle) but the Glovers are expected to give a debut to Portuguese central defender Hugo Rodrigues while former Bath midfielder Jamie Gosling, another summer signing, is also in contention.
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Preview: Northampton v Torquay

Three Northampton players are suffering from knee injuries ahead of the home clash with Torquay.

Steve Morison, Ashley Westwood and Tom Youngs sustained the knocks in pre-season and are not expected to figure.

Torquay boss Leroy Rosenior has been hit by a spate of pre-season injuries ahead of the game.

Central defender Reuben Hazell, winger Tony Bedeau and last season's 16-goal top-scorer Martin Gritton are ruled out.

Hazell is rehabilitating after a minor knee operation, Bedeau has a groin injury and Gritton is recovering from a leg injury.

United will give a bow to new skipper Craig Taylor, their only summer signing, at centre-back while striker David Graham has recovered from the double hernia repair and is in contention.
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Preview: Macclesfield Town v Boston United

Macclesfield boss Dave Moss will wait until the last minute before deciding whether to play Steve Wilson or Boaz Myhill in goal against Boston.

Experienced keeper Wilson is fighting to recover from a back injury, while Myhill joined the club this week on a three-month loan deal from Aston Villa after impressing on trial.

Moss is sweating on the fitness of defender Steve Macauley but Chris Priest will definitely miss the match after sustaining a knee ligament injury in the recent friendly with Stoke. David Flitcroft is banned.

Boston are likely to be without key players Mark Angel and Simon Weatherstone.

Angel has been struggling with a back injury and, while not far away from full fitness, the forward is not expected to be risked at Moss Rose.

Fellow striker Weatherstone is also extremely doubtful because of a knee problem and is unlikely to be ready in time.
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Preview: Lincoln v Oxford United

Lincoln boss Keith Alexander faces the prospect of having no less than seven players missing for the opening game against Oxford.

Long-term injury victims Paul Smith and Chris Cornelly are definitely out and Mark Bailey, Dene Cropper, Ben Sedgemore, Mark Camm and Richard Liburd could all miss the clash through injury.

Sedgemore and new signing Liburd will have late fitness tests on groin and knee injuries respectively, while Camm (groin), Cropper (knee and ankle) and Bailey (hamstring) are struggling.

Oxford boss Ian Atkins will be without new signing Paul McCarthy.

The 32-year-old defender has an Achilles problem while Paul Wanless is unlikely to start as the summer signing from Cambridge has not played in pre-season and is likely to be on the bench.

Atkins could give fellow summer signings Derek Townsley, Julian Alsop, Mark Rawle and Danny Brown their debuts.
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Preview: Huddersfield v Cambridge Utd

Huddersfield boss Peter Jackson will be without Nathan Brown (knee) for the visit of Cambridge, although Nathan Clarke is fit.

Clarke, John Thorrington and Chris Holland were struggling but Jackson has declared a clean bill of health for the trio.

The Terriers are set to include several new signings in the squad, with Efe Sodje, Steve Yates, Ian Gray, Jon Newby and Tony Carss in contention together with Rob Edwards, who has returned to the club from Chesterfield.

Warren Goodhind, who is the only major injury in Cambridge's 21-man squad, is expected to make his comeback at the end of August after recently going under the knife for a knee cartilage operation.

Boss John Taylor is also likely to name several youngsters in his squad, with much expected of Adam Tann, Stevland Angus, Luke Guttridge and Shane Tudor this season.

Taylor has handed 33-year-old new signing Stuart Bimson the captain's armband as the Us look to get off to a winning start at the McAlpine Stadium.
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Preview: Hull City v Darlington

Hull will field several new signings as they look for revenge against a Darlington team who did the double over them last season.

Danny Allsopp and Jason Price are definite starters after some impressive performances in pre-season with Alton Thelwell and Richard Hinds also likely to play a part.

However, Andy Dawson (knee), Ryan Williams (throat) and John Anderson (foot) are certain to miss out for the Third Division favourites.

Darlington boss Mick Tait has a fully-fit squad at his disposal for the trip to the KC Stadium.

Tait may hand new signings Mike Price, Glen Robson and Fabian Bossy their debuts.

French midfield man Bossy has now received international clearance to play against the Tigers
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Preview: Kidderminster Harriers v Mansfield

Kidderminster defender Matt Gadsby will miss the clash with former club Mansfield with a knee injury.

Boss Ian Britton has ruled the free-transfer signing out of the Aggborough showdown although the 23-year-old has now returned to training and is likely to make a rapid return to fitness.

Midfielder Dean Bennett, defender Adie Smith and striker Bo Henriksen will feature despite missing training this week.

Mansfield player-manager Keith Curle has three main injury worries ahead of the trip to Aggborough.

Curle is unlikely to risk Bobby Hassell, who has been struggling with a knee problem, while fellow defender Tony Vaughan's ankle injury has responded to treatment and he is expected to feature.

Adam Eaton, whose troublesome hamstring underwent assessment at the National Sports Centre at Lilleshall this week, is another unlikely to play a part until Curle can evaluate the report.
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Dundee United v Hibernian

Dundee United manager Ian McCall could blood several new players in the Bank of Scotland Premier League opener against Hibernian.

The former Falkirk boss has enjoyed a hectic summer in the transfer market as he heads into his first full season as Tannadice boss.

Scotland international Derek McInnes is set to line up alongside Charlie Miller, who has shaken off an ankle knock, against Hibs.

Tony Bullock could take his bow in goal while Alan Archibald, Mark Kerr, Collin Samuel and Scott Paterson are among the newcomers hoping to start the game.

The Edinburgh side are without striker Garry O'Connor who has a groin problem, and Colin Murdock will play for the under-21s to improve his fitness after a knee injury.

Winger Andy McLaren is still trying to earn himself a contract at Easter Road but will not play as a trialist due to suspension from his time at Kilmarnock last season
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Preview: Hearts v Aberdeen

Hearts head coach Craig Levein will be without Jean-Louis Valois and Gary Wales for the opening SPL game against Aberdeen.

Valois suffered an Achilles injury in the first week of pre-season training while Wales has a foot problem.

Levein will make a late decision on Phil Stamp who was forced off the field in the friendly against Hibernian last weekend with a chest infection.

Alan Maybury has a shin injury which will also be assessed on Saturday morning.

Dons boss Steve Paterson has just one doubt over David Zdrilic, who was suffering with a tightened hamstring this week after several weeks without a competitive game.

But Paterson is confident the striker will be available for the trip to Tynecastle.
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Preview: Rangers v Kilmarnock

Rangers captain Barry Ferguson has proved his fitness in time for the Bank of Scotland Premier League opener against Kilmarnock.

The Scotland international was forced to miss the recent Euro 2004 qualifying draw with Germany after surgery on a long-term pelvic problem, but he has now returned to full fitness.

Defender Fernando Ricksen proved his fitness in a closed-doors friendly against Falkirk while summer arrivals Zura Khizanishvili, Nuno Capucho, Paolo Vanoli and Henning Berg all played against the Bairns.

Killie will be without striker Craig Dargo who is still recovering from an ankle operation which has kept him out of action since the end of January.

Winger Stephen Murray should return to the side after missing the friendly against Sunderland last weekend through illness.

However defender Freddie Dindeleux is rated as doubtful for the game by manager Jim Jefferies with a groin problem
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