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Injury news: Latest on Adams, Kelly and Scott


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AFC Bournemouth boss Andoni Iraola has revealed that Lloyd Kelly is back in training ahead of Saturday’s game with Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Kelly missed the Everton game through injury but has progressed to training at Vitality Stadium alongside Alex Scott, who has also made his way into the training picture this week.

The head coach said: “Lloyd Kelly has been training with the group so he’s doing well.

“Also from the previous game against Everton, Chris Mepham has recovered and he played with the national team.

“We also have had Alex Scott doing well, showing good signs and feeling well.

“I think Alex has been willing to push since the beginning, when he came here he knew he would be out for some time but he has been pushing.

“It’s good to see him outside with the rest of the team and they have very good feelings and it’s very good news.”

Despite the positive news on Scott, another midfielder has suffered some bad news on the injury front with Tyler Adams expected to undergo surgery.

After his appearance in the Carabao Cup against Stoke City, Adams has not been training with the squad, and Iraola doesn’t expect to see him for a number of months.

He continued: “When we talked two weeks ago, one of the options, after Tyler’s feelings once he played cup game, was that he had to solve this problem once and for all.

“He will have surgery and will be out at least three or four months.

“From the previous surgery he wasn’t feeling well, he was improving then having a setback then improving, something didn’t go very well and he will have to have it again.”

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