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4 August 2014

Fractured jaw leaves wideman out for up to six weeks

Cameron Stewart is expected to miss up to the first six weeks of the season after fracturing his jaw in Saturday’s friendly at Orient. 

The former Manchester United wideman, who joined Blues in the summer, will undergo surgery on Tuesday after scans showed the damage. 

“Cameron was caught by an arm late on in the game on Saturday and the scan has shown that he has fractured his jaw,” Town physio Matt Byard told the Club website. 

“He will have surgery in the morning and we will see where we stand from there but for that type of injury, you are looking at between four to six weeks on the sidelines.”

After negotiating most of pre-season with only Stephen Hunt in the treatment room with a calf problem, the injuries have mounted up over the last week for Town with Paul Anderson, Tommy Smith and Jonathan Parr all concerns ahead of the weekend opener against Fulham at Portman Road. 

Kick-off against the Cottagers is 5.15pm with tickets available from  

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