Millwall Boss Confirms Injury To Millwall Forward”

A hamstring injury will prevent Millwall forward Kevin Nisbet from traveling with Scotland to ac Spain during the forthcoming international break,cording to a Daily Record article.

The 26-year-old was pulled off last weekend’s Championship match between Millwall and Hull City due to an injury, but it now looks that Gary Rowett’s team is awaiting scans to determine the severity of his wounds.


Since joining the Championship from Scottish club Hibernian during the summer transfer window, Nisbet has struggled mightily, scoring only two goals in his first eleven games. These goals, which were scored against Stoke City and Birmingham City, gave his team a four-point victory. Without those points, Millwall would be just three points above the relegation zone in 18th place in the standings.

The ten-cap Scottish international will not be traveling to Spain as he waits for the results of what may result in several weeks of rest, increasing the possibility that he won’t be available for the team’s upcoming Championship game against Preston North End.

Due to Nisbet’s injury, Steve Clarke only has four remaining offensive options: Ryan Christie, Lyndon Dykes, Jacob Brown, and Lyndon Dykes. The striker is the second player to leave the team; Rangers’ Ryan Jack was forced to withdraw due to injury, and it is unclear at this time whether Scotland will call up a replacement.

While Nisbet and Millwall may have had a difficult start to the season, Gary Rowett’s team has yet to hit the heights they did last year, nearly missing out on a play-off spot.

Depending on how serious the problem is, a hamstring strain can require between four and eight weeks of rest. If that’s the case, Nisbet might miss crucial games against teams like Ipswich Town and Leicester City, which would be a setback for Millwall even though they have other options.



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