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Birthdate:  March 25, 1989    Nationality:  England    Height:  5' 8"    Weight:  141 lbs    

December 12, 2013    Scott Sinclair News

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Sinclair has reportedly recovered from his hamstring injury and could be available for Saturday's match against Cardiff, the Daily Express reports.

Sinclair was supposedly ready to play ahead of last week's match against Norwich, but he was never written into the team sheet. He continues to get his return date pushed back, so potential fantasy owners shouldn't be shocked if he isn't a go Saturday.

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December 6, 2013

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Sinclair will be available for selection for Saturday's Premier League match against Norwich.

Sinclair has been out for the past 10 weeks with his hamstring injury, but the on-loan striker from Manchester City could finally make his re-appearance in Premier League play Saturday.

November 6, 2013

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Sinclair has been out for almost six weeks but has returned to training and may be available for selection this weekend versus Chelsea, reports Sky Sports.

A decision on Sinclair's availability will be made later this week. Sinclair hasn't played since September 28 against Manchester United, so he will be itching to get back to action.

October 24, 2013

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Sinclair (hamstring) has been ruled out for Saturday's Premier League match against Liverpool, Sky Sports reports. "Scott won't make Saturday," manager Steve Clarke said. "He's progressing well but as it's a muscle injury we're just being a little bit careful. He's defnitely out for Saturday."

Sinclair's season hasn't really gotten going due to his hamstring issue, as he's failed to be fit enough to play since going down with the injury against Manchester United back on September 28. Since he won't play Saturday against Liverpool, his next shot comes on November 2 against Crystal Palace.

October 18, 2013

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Sinclair is not expected to play Saturday against Stoke due to a hamstring injury.

Sinclair has made four appearances this season but hasn't found the back of the net yet. He came off after 12 minutes against Manchester United on September 28 and is still unable to make it back to the pitch. His next shot will come October 26 against Liverpool.

September 11, 2013

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Sinclair made his West Brom debut on September 1 against Swansea as a member of the Starting XI, but was subbed off at 75 minutes by Saido Berahino.

Sinclair's debut came after he was an unused substitute for West Brom's match against Everton on August 24. The midfielder is expected to get more playing time this season than he has in the past.

August 22, 2013

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Sinclair (shoulder) has officially joined West Brom on a season-long loan. The club has an option to make the move permanent at the end of the season.

Sinclair has plenty of top flight experience in his career, although he wasn't getting much playing time at Manchester City, which is why he was loaned out. He will likely be in the opposite position now, garnering plenty of time on the pitch for West Brom moving forward.

August 22, 2013

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Sinclair is expected to negotiate personal terms and undergo a medical exam with West Brom ahead of a season-long loan from Manchester City, the Daily Mail reports.

Sinclair has fallen out of favor at City and will definitely have more playing time at West Brom, who are still trying to replace the scoring void left by Romelu Lukaku, who rejoined Chelsea this season. An option to purchase Sinclair outright at the end of the season will be included in the deal, so his days at City could very well be over for good.