Ipswich Town have injury concern over Aaron Drinan ahead of Carabao Cup tie against Fulham
Ipswich Town's assistant manager Stuart Taylor has suggested Aaron Drinan will likely miss tomorrow's meeting with Fulham in the second round of the Carabao Cup, writes Jacob Henderson.
The forward, who has featured in all of Blues' competitive games so far this season, was replaced at half-time on Sunday with a thigh strain, and now looks unlikely to recover in time for the visit of The Cottagers to Portman Road tomorrow.
"There are a few knocks from Sunday and Aaron is one." said Taylor. "It looks like he'll be struggling for the game on Wednesday.
"It's a shame because he's set a brilliant example so far. His attitude and work ethic in training and in games has been fantastic. We'll know more soon but tomorrow looks unlikely."
Stuart also gave an update on Cole Skuse, Kane Vincent-Young, Kayden Jackson and Luke Woolfenden, with only the latter having made an appearance for Town so far this term.
"Woolfy is in a better position than at the weekend, that's for sure," he added.
"There aren't too many changes in terms of the lads that have been out a few weeks.
"Cole and Kayden are progressing but we'll get a better assessment on them in the next couple of days. KVY's rehab has been switched up slightly and that should benefit him."