Clean bill of health for Drury

Adam Drury has been given a clean bill of health after picking up what looked like a nasty elbow injury during Friday night's 2-0 defeat at Burnley. The Norwich City defender was substituted during the first half at Turf Moor when an awkward tumble left him unable to extend his left arm - and manager Nigel Worthington breathed a big sigh of relief the following day as X-rays revealed that nothing had been broken.

Adam Drury has been given a clean bill of health after picking up what looked like a nasty elbow injury during Friday night's 2-0 defeat at Burnley.

The Norwich City defender was substituted during the first half at Turf Moor when an awkward tumble left him unable to extend his left arm - and manager Nigel Worthington breathed a big sigh of relief the following day as X-rays revealed that nothing had been broken.

Drury went for a hospital check-up as soon as City's plane arrived back in Norfolk and a positive set of results means he could yet feature in Saturday's clash with Leicester at Carrow Road.

“The X-ray was clear - there were no fractures or anything like that,” Worthington told the EDP yesterday. “We're obviously delighted with the news. Adam's arm is still sore and tender - but the pain is easing all the time and, all being well, he should be okay for the weekend.


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“Nobody is quite sure how it happened, not even Adam. Apparently there was some sort of collision with Jason Shackell but it's still a bit of mystery.”

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