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Good news for West Brom's James Morrison

Midfielder's knee injury is not as bad as the club had first feared

West Brom's James Morrison has scored four Barclays Premier League goals this season

West Brom midfielder James Morrison may play again this season after he had a scan on his injured knee.

The 25-year-old was carried off during their Barclays Premier League match against Newcastle on Sunday and the club feared he would miss the rest of the campaign.

But West Brom doctor Mark Gillett said: "James's rehab period will be more a case of weeks than months and, if all goes to plan, he should be able to play against this season."

Key Points

  • James Morrison injured his knee against Newcastle
  • West Brom feared he would miss rest of season
  • Club now say he could return in a few weeks