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Ndidi Escapes Serious Injury, May Face Nottingham Forest

Ndidi Escapes Serious Injury, May Face Nottingham Forest

Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi is expected to be back in action soon after picking up an injury on international duty.

Ndidi returned to England last week as a result of injury.

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Super.Eagles head coach, Jose Peseiro explained that City’s fitness team had passed on a message to the Super Eagles to say that the player had complained of a hamstring tweak following the club’s 6-2 defeat to Tottenham prior to the international break.

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Now, Oluwashima Okeleji, a BBC Sport reporter in Africa, has said that scans show Ndidi has suffered a grade one hamstring tear.

The 25-year-old is expected to be fit for Leicester City’s next Premier League game against Nottingham Forest on Monday, October 3.

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He missed the latter part of last campaign as a result of injury.

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  • Footballfanatic 2 months ago

    A grade 1 hamstring takes at least 3-6 weeks to heal but if he got injured in the last 6-2 defeat of his club then calculations seem right for a 3-week recovery.

     
    • SD Special Delivery Jones 2 months ago

      You are right bro. The period seems totally right.

       
  • But why did they make it look like he got injured while on National duty?

     
  • Bourne 2 months ago

    Why was he released to come for international assignment when he was already injured. The stories doesn’t form for me. I want to start believing he had issues with the new National team coach truly .

     
    • Na all politics my brother,Why all of a sudden he is ok to play this week. Now am starting to believe what the guy accused him of not wanting to play in the defense. This make absolutely no sense to me.

       
  • Sammy 2 months ago

    We shall know the truth in the friendly with Portugal in November.

     
    • Abi o, because it makes no sense to come to camp when you know you injured. Still trying to wrap my head around that