Emile Sinclair, Jonathan Greening and Akos Buzsaky could all
make their Barnsley debuts in Saturday’s Championship clash with
Cardiff at Oakwell.
Striker Sinclair has joined on loan from Peterborough until
January 19, while midfielders Greening (Nottingham Forest) and
Hungary international midfielder Buzsaky (Portsmouth), who could
both start for Keith Hill’s side, will stay at Oakwell until the
end of the year.
Another recent loan signing from Nottingham Forest, Marcus
Tudgay, is hoping to retain his place up front alongside Craig
Davies, who marked his return from a five-game absence due to a
hamstring injury last week with the equaliser in the draw at
Hill has no new injury or suspension worries, but midfielder
David Perkins remains sidelined with the hamstring problem that has
kept him out for the last three matches.
Former Tottenham and Middlesbrough forward Mido is hoping to
return to the squad as the Tykes chase their first league win in
Cardiff’s new loan signing Simon Lappin could replace Andrew
Taylor, ruled out with a calf injury, at left-back.
Malky Mackay will also be without Ben Turner (hamstring) and
Kevin McNaughton (thigh).
Meanwhile, Fulham have recalled Kerim Frei from his loan spell
with the Bluebirds after just three games.
Defender Potts, 18, is in contention to make his debut at MK
Dons in League One on Saturday.
Potts has been a regular for West Ham’s Under-21 side and joins
the U’s to gain more first-team experience.
The player has made two appearances for the Hammers this season
in the Capital One Cup.
Potts’ loan deal runs up to and including the clash at Walsall
on December 22.