After our recent run of fixtures (let's not mention the results!) injuries do seem to be piling up, to an extent that you have to worry we might be on the wrong end of a thumping at the hands of Man City this weekend
The news is starting to look slightly better with confirmation coming from Colney that Andre Wisdom is back in training again now after a period out with a knee injury, and it looks like Sebastien Bassong might also be available for the weekend too.
Robbie Brady is however a doubt having had to come off after 27 minutes against Swansea with a calf injury, and is now rated as touch and go for the weekend as is January signing Steven Naismith
Even with all the injuries mounting it remains unlikely we will see Kyle Lafferty who remains out of favour for some reason, despite being the only one of our strikers regularly scoring, including last Friday night for the Under 21s, you have to wonder what he needs to do to get a game, likewise Patrick Bamford, as Cameron Jermo and Dieumerci Mbokani both don't look like they will be troubling the scorers any time soon.
With Alex Neil having faced criticism a few weeks ago for tinkering with his starting line up and tactics too often, i'm sure many City fans would forgive him wholesale changes this weeknd as the current plan isn't working