INPHO/James Crombie Marshall picked up his injury against Connacht.
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Ulster duo doubtful for Heineken Cup showdown
Chris Henry and Paul Marshall may not be able to take part in the province’s encounter with Edinburgh.

ULSTER DUO CHRIS Henry and Paul Marshall are both doubts for their Heineken Cup semi-final against Edinburgh this weekend.

Henry picked up an ankle sprain in his side’s match with Leinster on Friday, while Marshall suffered an elbow injury in their previous match with Connacht.

A statement from Ulster read: “Chris Henry sustained an ankle sprain which is subject to ongoing treatment and re-assessment but at this stage he is not ruled out of contention.

“Paul Marshall continues to receive treatment for the injury to his right elbow sustained in the match against Connacht and re-assessment is ongoing.”

However, there was also good news for the province, as it was confirmed that Paddy Wallace and Pedrie Wannenburg – both of whom had to come off injured against Leinster – were likely to be fit in time for the semi-final.

The game takes place this Saturday at 5.45pm.

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