KRUL SCAN RULES OUT HAMSTRING INJURY KO
TIM KRUL has brushed off fears he’s set for a spell on the sidelines through injury.
Newcastle’s 23-year-old goalkeeper raised concerns when limping off with hamstring trouble after Toon’s 1-0 win over Norwich.
But the Dutch star has been given the all-clear to maintain his ever-present Premier League record this season in Sunday’s trip to West Brom.
“I’ve just had the results back from my MRI scan. It’s all clear and I’m already looking forward to the West Brom game,” said Krul.
Winger Sylvain Marveaux – out since November after limping out of his full Toon debut – could play again this season after making a quicker-than-expected recovery from groin and hip surgery.
The 25-year-old summer signing from Rennes said: “I’m over the worst and I just want to be on the pitch.”
Remie Streete has been denied his Newcastle breakthrough by a season-ending ankle injury.
Toon’s highly-rated teenage defender had been pushing for a firstteam call after impressing for the reserves.
But now the 17-year-old centre-back will be out of action for three months after having surgery to correct ankle ligament damage.
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