Fuller remains doubtful for weekend

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Stoke striker Ricardo Fuller remains doubtful for Sunday's Barclays Premier League trip to Wolves.

The Jamaica international has scored in the Potters' last two games but was forced off with an ankle injury at half-time against Hull last weekend.

"The only worry we have got is Ricardo, he is still bit sore," manager Tony Pulis said.

There have been suggestions the Molineux clash might be a good one for the 30-year-old to miss anyway because a booking would result in a two-match suspension.

Fuller has received nine yellow cards this season but not playing on Sunday would remove the threat of a ban as an amnesty comes into force next week.

Pulis, however, is unlikely to take that issue into consideration in his selection.

Pulis said: "I will speak to Ric on Saturday, I will see how he feels.

"If he is fit and he wants to play and wants to start, then we will make a decision then."

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