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Sean Dyche Admits That Robbie Brady's Knee Injury Could Be Serious

Sean Dyche Admits That Robbie Brady's Knee Injury Could Be Serious

Burnley's fine away form was arrested at Leicester City this afternoon, slumping to a 1-0 defeat at the King Power Stadium. They have bigger worries than an odd defeat, however: Robbie Brady had to be stretchered off in the first-half with his knee ensconced in a brace, following a clash with Harry Maguire.

Sean Dyche briefed the Lancaster Telegraph after the game on the extent of the injury.

We’re waiting on factual news, but it looks like it’s more serious that not serious to me, and we’ll have to wait and see.

It is deeply frustrating for Brady, as he hit his best form of the season. He was outstanding in a midweek win against Bournemouth in which he scored having already assisted Chris Wood, and here he was the Clarets' best attacking threat before being carried off.
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Jeff Hendrick and Stephen Ward both played for Burnley, with Jon Walters still absent through injury.

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