Latest Injury Updates for Pompey vs. Carlisle United Clash with nine ruled out…

Ahead of the EFL League One match between Pompey and Carlisle United at Fratton Park on October 21, here’s the latest on player injuries and team news.

Pompey Team News:

There’s good news for Pompey as Connor Ogilvie is back in contention after recovering from a groin issue. He hasn’t played since mid-September, with Jack Sparks filling in during his absence.

While Pompey has several players sidelined with long-term injuries, some are making progress toward a return. Tom Lowery is expected back by year-end and might resume modified training next month for his left knee meniscus damage.

Anthony Scully shares a similar injury with Lowery and could return to training in mid-December after surgery, potentially playing for the team in the New Year.

Young midfielder Josh Dockerill has ACL damage in his right knee, sustained in a pre-season friendly against Gosport Borough, and is receiving support from the club.

Carlisle United Team News:

Club captain Maron Pack is also out due to damaged ligaments in his left ankle. John Mousinho hopes Pack will return to training next week, making him available for the team in around four weeks.

Jack Ellis is unavailable for the Cumbrians as they assess his injury. He has missed the last two matches and will likely miss a third as the club continues to monitor his groin/hip issue, which initially was expected to be a ten-day injury.

Dylan McGeouch is back in full training after a calf problem that kept him sidelined since September 5, but he will need to work on his match fitness and may not return this weekend.

Paul Huntington, the Carlisle captain, is dealing with a calf injury he suffered 12 days ago and is expected to be out for three to four weeks.

Taylor Charters has a hamstring injury and won’t return until mid-November, while Joshua Kayode is recovering from a shoulder injury, with a projected return in December.”

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