Ahead of Cardiff’s trip to Brentford, manager Neil Harris spoke about the recent players who have been out injured in his pre-match press conference, reported by WalesOnline.
Leandro Bacuna limped off in their 3-2 win over Barnsley at the weekend, with Harris confirming that the injury appears to be an impact one, and that he isn’t yet sure on whether the central midfielder will be ready for the trip to Brentford. It all depends on whether he can get a football boot on over the possible swelling.
Forward Gavin Whyte has now been confirmed as being back fit after a recent injury that has kept him on the sidelines.
Striker Robert Glatzel has missed the past month with a hamstring injury but is on his way back having trained during the early stages of the week.
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Experienced centre-back Sol Bamba has missed most of this season after recovering from an anterior cruciate ligament injury, but he is close to nearing full fitness for the Bluebirds.
Omar Bogle has struggled for game-time since Harris took over at The Cardiff City Stadium, but he is continuing to maintain his fitness in training and will be called upon if Harris requires him.
Central midfielder Joe Ralls has arguably been the biggest miss for Cardiff in the centre of midfield, but he is continuing to step up his return from injury as he picks up the intensity in training sessions. Ralls has spent the past few weeks on the sidelines because of a recent groin injury that he has struggled to overcome.