Braintree skipper is a doubt for Hyde's visit

Kenny Davis played in the first half against Cambridge but picked up a dead leg. Picture: NEIL DADY

Kenny Davis played in the first half against Cambridge but picked up a dead leg. Picture: NEIL DADY

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Braintree Town manager Alan Devonshire doubts whether Kenny Davis will be fit for tomorrow’s Skrill Premier game against Hyde at the Amlin Stadium, but there is more positive news on a couple of other injury-hit players.

Iron captain Davis was substituted at half-time in Tuesday’s 1-0 win against Cambridge United after getting a dead leg in the first 45 minutes and Devonshire feels the next game may come too soon for him to recover.

He said: “He may not make Saturday but hopefully after that he’ll be OK.”

However, Jordan Cox and Chez Isaac are closing in on returns after injuries.

See this week's paper for the full version of this story and all the latest news and views from the Amlin Stadium.

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