Next failure at FK Austria Wien! Center-back Erik Palmer-Brown will not be able to play for two to four weeks due to a hamstring.
On the other hand, there is good news from Christoph Schösswendter. Despite his hand injury, the 32-year-old could be an issue again at the upcoming game in St. Pölten (Sunday, from 1:30 p.m. live and exclusively on Sky Sport Austria 2 – stream the game with the SkyX Dream Pass).
The MRI now showed a slight torn muscle fiber on the back of the thigh, Austria announced on Tuesday.
Schösswendter, who was treated by the hand against Altach – but continued playing – pulled a hairline crack in the metacarpal bone. Despite this injury, the 32-year-old could possibly play with a splint against St. Pölten on Sunday.
With Markus Suttner (collateral ligament tear) and Gladbach loan from Andreas Poulsen (torn muscle fiber), Austria already has two injured left-backs in their squad.
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