LATICS boss Harry Kewell expects Leeds loanee Alfie McCalmont to be fine to feature in Saturday's FA Cup clash with Bournemouth.

The midfielder was forced off with a dead leg in the ultimately abandoned game at Forest Green on Saturday but is back in training ahead the meeting with the Cherries at Boundary Park.

Cameron Borthwick-Jackson missed the game in Gloucestershire with a knock and is rated as "tough-and-go" to return at left back but will be given every chance of making the third round tie.

"Alfie was back in training on Wednesday which was fantastic, even though we were limited with what we could do with the frost," Kewell said.

"Cameron’s still a little bit touch-and-go but we’ll give him another 48 hours before we make a decision there."