Town boss Kieran McKenna shares worrying injury updates ahead of Blackburn’s clash…

McKenna: Burns injury serious but surgery not required.

McKenna has provided updates on several key players’ injuries ahead of Blackburn’s upcoming match. He revealed that Wes Burns has a serious hamstring injury but won’t need surgery. Kieffer Moore and Cameron Burgess’s availability for the game will be decided later, while George Hirst is recovering from a hamstring injury, and Brandon Williams remains with Manchester United.

McKenna stated that Burns’ return this season is uncertain and emphasized the importance of focusing on upcoming games. He praised Burns for his performance this season and expressed hope for his swift recovery. Moore and Nathan Broadhead, disappointed after Wales’ loss, are being assessed for Friday’s game.

Decisions on Moore and Burgess will be made closer to the match considering their recent international engagements. Williams’ availability depends on his readiness, as he’s a Manchester United player.

Janoi Donacien is still sidelined due to a groin injury, while George Hirst has started training on the field after hamstring surgery, a positive sign for his recovery.

Finally, Lewis Travis won’t be playing against Blackburn due to being ineligible against his parent club.

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