Sheffield United have two injury worries ahead of their Premier League match with Leicester City.
Both John Fleck and Callum Robinson were forced off during the 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace.
Fleck was substituted in the first half after taking a knock to his hamstring, while Robinson was seen holding the back of his thigh and was taken off in the 56th minute.
“Hopefully they’re not going to be bad ones from our point-of-view,” manager Chris Wilder told BBC Radio Sheffield.
“John got a whack to his hamstring, so hopefully that will be the case (precautionary).
“Cal just tightened up but I thought he was excellent first half especially.”
What is the Sheffield United injury update?
The Sheffield Star reports that both players will have to be assessed before it’s decided if they can take part in the next outing at home against Leicester.
It would be a blow for the Blades to lose either as both have started the two league games so far this season. United have got off to a fine start, with four points accrued so far.
They will be confident of adding to that when the Foxes visit Bramall Lane on Saturday. Yet depending on injuries, Wilder may have to switch things around.
Luke Freeman replaced Fleck against Palace and was instrumental in the winning goal. His quick turn and shot was parried only as far as goalscorer John Lundstram.
Meanwhile, record signing Oli McBurnie came on for Robinson and was singled out for praise by Wilder after the full-time whistle.
As yet there have been no fitness concerns for the Blades this campaign. But after a busy summer in the transfer market Wilder should feel suitably prepared if changes have to be made.
Phil Jagielka also came off the bench to play his first match since returning. However, five of the ten new signings have yet to take to the pitch for their new club this term.