Sorensen in line to return
Tony Pulis is set to put Thomas Sorensen back in the Stoke line up to give him game time ahead of Euro 2012.
Sorensen has hardly had a look in this season as Asmir Begovic has dominated the keeper's jersey this season and he has mainly had to settle for outings in the Cups. The Denmark international is concerned he will be lacking match sharpness going into the tournament in Poland and Ukraine and with the Potters safe in the Premier League, Pulis is ready to help him out. Stoke have five games left to play this season and there is a very good chance Sorensen could figure in most of them. Pulis says that Begovic has done nothing wrong but feels compelled to help Sorensen out following four years service for the club. "Thomas has been a tremendous servant for this club and if there is anything we can do to help him then we have to consider it," Pulis revealed. "After all, he is not just representing Denmark on the international stage, but also Stoke City." Meanwhile, Pulis is also considering resting Glenn Whelan so he is fit and raring to go for the Republic of Ireland's campaign after he looked jaded in recent weeks.