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Baldwin Teddy & Guy Could Feature

Colchester`s mid-week reserve draw with Northampton saw Teddy Sheringham, Jamie Guy & Pat Baldwin all put in some impressive showings. The duo could now all be involved in tomorrow`s tie against Burnley.

Forwards Guy and Sheringham both did well, with the former hitting a brace that was assisted by his strike partner and former England man.

"He was given the option of playing in a reserve game this week and said yes he needed to get a game under his belt," manager Williams told BBC Essex, when asked about Sheringham`s contribution.

Defender Pat Baldwin completed a 75-minute stint, while midfielder Kevin Watson played a full match.




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Date:Friday February 8 2008

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