Sam Baldock gives Bristol City a boost ahead of Foxes clash
Bristol City striker Sam Baldock has declared himself fit and ready to face Leicester City in Saturday's crunch Championship encounter at Ashton Gate.
The in-form striker was ruled out of last weekend's FA Cup third round tie against Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park after damaging his left knee in training.
And his pace and eye for goal were sadly missed as the Robins went down 2-0 in east Lancashire.
But the former MK Dons and West Ham United marksman has now made a full recovery and is back in training with the rest of the first team squad.
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City boss Derek McInnes is hopeful right-back Richard Foster will also be fit to face the Foxes.
Injured in the recent 4-2 home win over Peterborough, Foster missed games against Millwall and Blackburn while recovering from a slight hamstring tear.
But the Scot was expected to return to training today and Mcinnes is keeping his fingers crossed the former Aberdeen man comes through unscathed.
Given that right winger Albert Adomah is on international duty with Ghana, it is even more important Foster is available for Saturday's match.
Left-sided utility player Joe Bryan has recovered from the hip problem that ruled him out last weekend and is available for selection.
But central midfielder Marvin Elliott will miss out. Although his groin injury is not as serious as first feared, the Londoner will not be ready to face Leicester.