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Hills Suffers Setback

Paul Sturrock has been dealt a new blow with the news that John Hills has been ruled out of action for a month.

Hills pulled his hamstring in the first half during the Owls 2-0 home defeat to Luton Town on Tuesday night, and it was initially thought the former Gillingham man would be out for a couple of weeks.

Hills broke back in to the Owls first team before christmas after being involved in a car accident. He's since made the left-side of midfield his own after previously starting at left-back.

The news may mean that Richie Partridge will be given his chance in the side after numerous frustrating spells on the bench.




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