Davies blow for Cottagers

Fulham will be without Simon Davies for tomorrow’s trip to Burnley after his recovery from an ankle injury suffered a setback.

Manager Roy Hodgson revealed the midfielder has undergone a second scan after the club’s physios discovered the injury, which he suffered against CSKA Sofia last week, was not healing as well as they had hoped.

Dickson Etuhu should recover from a knee injury in time while Andy Johnson (groin) and Diomansy Kamara (knee) are still out.

Team (from): Schwarzer, Zuberbuhler, Konchesky, Pantsil, Hangeland, Baird, Smalling, Kelly, Hughes, Etuhu, Murphy, Dempsey, Gera, Riise, Greening, Duff, E Johnson, Nevland, Seol, Zamora.

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