Thigh injury rules Etebo out for up to four weeks
Thigh injury rules Etebo out for up to four weeks
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Thigh injury rules Etebo out for up to four weeks

Stoke City midfielder Oghenekaro Etebo may be out of competitive action for up to four weeks after suffering a thigh injury.

Etebo was forced off after 21 minutes in Stoke City’s 1-0 away loss to Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough on Tuesday. He was replaced by Mark Duffy.

Manager Nathan Jones says Etebo's injury looks serious and he will be out for at least two weeks.

“Carter-Vickers suffered a cut while Etebo copped a muscular thigh injury which will take a while to recover,” Nathan Jones told a post-match conference after the game.

“He will undergo scans tomorrow (Thursday) but could be out for two to four weeks.

“To lose Etebo early was a big blow for us and then lose your center-half, invariably the one that came on makes a big error for the only goal of the game.”

Massimo Luongo’s strike condemned Stoke City to an eighth defeat of the season in the Championship.

Etebo missed Nigeria's last match - a 1-1 draw with Brazil in an international friendly - due to injury.

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