Cole Skuse and Greg Cunningham are injury doubts ahead of Bristol City's trip to Blackburn
Injuries are threatening to disrupt Bristol City head coach Sean O'Driscoll's plans ahead of Saturday's npower Championship clash against Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park.
Already without the services of midfielder Neil Kilkenny and target man Ryan Taylor, the Midlander could also lose left-back Greg Cunningham and team captain Cole Skuse.
Both limped out of last night's 2-0 home win over Watford and were today being assessed by Ashton Gate medical staff.
Skuse suffered a recurrence of an old knee injury and was replaced by Marvin Elliott after 27 minutes, while Cunningham was forced to come off near the end after complaining of discomfort in his anke.
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It is still too early to say whether the pair will be available for the weekend trip to east Lancashire.
O'Driscoll confirmed: "Cole has tweaked his knee. He did it in the Leicester game the other week and it has just flared up again.
"It's a bit worrying for Cole, because he is not one of those players who comes off for nothing. We'll have to monitor that.
"Greg has a knock on his ankle and prudence dictated we take him off a few minutes before the end rather than aggravating it.
"We will know more about his condition after a day or two."