Jamie Mackie’s season looks over - according to QPR boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.
There is still too much fluid to allow for a proper examination of the damage. But Hasselbaink confirmed it is the same leg that suffered earlier in the season at Fulham – and one that led to three months on the side-lines.
“I think it is likely it is the end of Jamie’s season and we won’t have the choice to play him again or not," said Hasselbaink.
“It is not as serious as the previous hamstring injury, but it's the same leg.
“We have to wait because he still has a lot of swelling in the hamstring, so we could not send him to the hospital and get some x-rays, so we are waiting, but we think it is a bad one.”
“I’m not a specialist; I’m just speculating, but if there is that much fluid at this moment then we are fearing the worst that it will be a grade two.”
However, there was better news of veteran defender Clint Hill who Hasselbaink confirmed is expected back in training on Monday.
Here's a reminder of what Rangers will miss when Mackie is again on the sidelines.