Cardiff City take on Brentford tomorrow at The Cardiff City Stadium in a big game which could make or break play-off hopes that the Bluebirds have.
Neil Harris will be assessing the treatment room and having a look at the players he has available to select against the Bees.
The biggest injury story coming out of Cardiff in the last week is that attacking midfielder Lee Tomlin is set to miss the next six to eight weeks.
He injured his knee during training last week and the instrumental midfielder will miss the majority of games that the Bluebirds have left.
Harris has confirmed that striker Isaac Vassell has returned to training after a long-term injury that has left him on the sidelines for the majority of the campaign.
The 26-year-old will not be available for the next month however as he looks to build up his fitness for the season run-in.
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Nathaniel Mendez-Laing is still on the sidelines after sustaining a hamstring injury just before the turn of the year.
The lively winger is unlikely to feature again this season as he undergoes rehabilitation for the injury and is likely to be back for pre-season training.
Matthew Connolly continues to struggle with injuries having not featured for the Bluebirds since August 2018.
Central midfielder Joe Ralls is set for a return to the Cardiff starting XI having been out with a hip injury since the middle of last month.
The 26-year-old has struggled with injuries so far this campaign with a broken hand halting his season in December.