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Arnautovic could return for Liverpool test


Filed: Wednesday, 30th January 2019
By: Staff Writer


Marko Arnautovic could be set to return for West Ham's next fixture - ending fears that the foot injury he sustained at Wolves was something more serious.

The Austrian forward was substituted 20 minutes from the end of West Ham's 3-0 defeat on Tuesday night amidst fears that he could be sidelined for some considerable time.

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However a medical assessment on Wednesday has confirmed that the damage caused was little more than superficial - just a bruise - despite a hobbling Arnautovic leaving Molineux on crutches and in a protective boot.

Should the 29-year-old fail to recover in time for the Liverpool test, he will be back in time to face Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on 9 February.





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