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Lee Williamson to undergo scan

Williamson to undergo scan
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Blackburn Rovers boss Michael Appleton plays down fears that Mike Williamson has suffered a serious ankle injury.

Blackburn Rovers boss Michael Appleton has confirmed that Lee Williamson will undergo a scan to determine the extent of his ankle injury.

The midfielder suffered the knock in Tuesday's 2-0 defeat to Hull City, but Appleton has played down fears that the injury could be serious.

"Obviously he'll get an X-ray and a scan. I don't think it is as bad as we first feared," Appleton told reporters.

"He's come off on a stretcher, it is his ankle, but the doctor seemed to be reasonably confident that it won't be a fracture - but I think he's got a problem in between the tibia and the fibula and the ankle joint. We'll get it looked at and we'll see how he is."

Williamson was making just his second league appearance for the club.

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New Blackburn boss Michael Appleton on the touchline during the game with Charlton on January 19, 2013
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