BRAD Collins is likely to miss the remainder of Barnsley’s season but Cauley Woodrow could return to the side tomorrow at Swansea City.
Goalkeeper Collins came off with a shoulder problem early in the 4-1 loss at Millwall on Saturday.
He had played every minute of the last 61 league games but was replaced by Jack Walton who made his first league appearance since the 1-0 loss at Watford in January last year.
Head coach Poya Asbaghi said: “There is a big big question mark about whether Brad will be making an appearance this season unless something really really good happens. Jack just need to get warm in the clothes. I am not worried about him coming in and doing a good job.”
Woodrow, the club captain, has been out for more than four months due to an ankle injury which required an operation. He trained this week and could play at Swansea. Asbaghi said: “Cauley is a leader. He has a calm personality. Just his presence in the squad will be a big boost for us.”
Michal Helik is still not training. The Poland centre-back has missed the last two games with an injury picked up in training and is expected to be out for at least the two games over the Easter weekend. He could return to training next week with the hope of being in contention for the trip to Huddersfield on Friday, April 22.
Midfielder Josh Benson is not expected to play this weekend but may return to training next week. Centre-back Aapo Halme is still out .