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Jack Butland out for up to six weeks with broken finger

Jack Butland out for up to six weeks with broken finger”

Stoke City keeper Jack Butland was expected to start for the Three Lions against the 2014 World Cup Champions, however he suffered a finger injury which has ruled him out and required him to return to his club to undergo treatment.

Former Birmingham player Jack Butland is now set to miss Stoke City's Premier League games against Liverpool, Brighton, Swansea, and Crystal Palace as well as the trip to Wembley on the 9 of December to face Tottenham.

Had Butland started against Germany on Friday, it would have been the first time the 24-year-old had ever starred in successive matched for England after he played in England's 1-0 World Cup qualifier win over Lithuania.

Butland was out for more than a year after injuring his ankle on worldwide duty in March 2016.

But now Butland will have to wait for the next round of global dates in March 2018 for his chance to impress, just three months before the World Cup begins in Russian Federation.



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