Kevin Nisbet is “touch and go” to play again for Millwall this season as he works his way back from a hamstring injury, writes Richard Cawley.
The 26-year-old summer signing from Hibernian has scored five goals in 28 appearances.
“At the moment I wouldn’t be overly confident that Kevin will be fully firing before the end of the season,” said Lions head coach Joe Edwards.
“We have still got some analysis and further prognosis from the specialist to see exactly how we are going to treat it.
“There is definitely a chance he will be fit to return to training in some capacity but in terms of getting back to it and fully fit – to the point he is ready to go and start games – that is looking touch and go at the moment.”
Ryan Leonard is set to be back in the Millwall squad for Sunday’s Championship match at Coventry City after resuming training following a hamstring tear.
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