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Sennikov suffers broken nose

Published: Thursday 26 February 2004, 16.00CET
FC Lokomotiv Moskva have concerns over Dmitri Sennikov and Marat Izmailov for the trip to AS Monaco FC.
Published: Thursday 26 February 2004, 16.00CET

Sennikov suffers broken nose

FC Lokomotiv Moskva have concerns over Dmitri Sennikov and Marat Izmailov for the trip to AS Monaco FC.

FC Lokomotiv Moskva have concerns over Dmitri Sennikov and Marat Izmailov for the return leg of their first knockout-round tie with AS Monaco FC.

Mask needed
Sennikov broke his nose in Tuesday night's first leg in Moscow following a collision with Monaco striker Emmanuel Adebayor. The player, who is wearing a special mask to help his recovery, will definitely not figure in the club's next two domestic fixtures.

Izmailov doubt
Lokomotiv travel to the principality on 10 March and club doctors are hopeful that Sennikov will recover in time. Meanwhile, Imzailov is also facing a fitness worry. The scorer of the opening goal in Lokomotiv's 2-1 first-leg victory is undergoing tests in Munich on a muscle injury which has plagued him in recent weeks.

Last updated: 27/02/04 18.36CET

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