Pay per head sportsbooks were very concerned when they found out that Ajax attacker Viktor Fischer will not be able to play for the next six weeks due to a torn hamstring.
This season, Fischer was a regular under head coach Frank de Boer, but tests confirmed a muscle tear after he limped out of Sunday’s 4-0 win over AZ, and pay per head sportsbooks can imagine how worried the fans must have been after they learned about the player’s injury.
Price per head services saw that this season, the Danish forward made 35 appearances for Ajax, scoring seven goals, but now he is set to miss a large part of the rest of the campaign.
“On Sunday in the match against AZ, Viktor Fischer sustained a tear in his left hamstring,” a statement on the club’s website read.
“The Danish forward has been ruled out for at least six weeks.
“In a few weeks he will have another test to see how the hamstring is recovering.”
Pay per head sportsbooks can see that Fischer is joining a growing injury list at the Amsterdam Arena, as the club does not expect Nicolai Boilesen, Lasse Schone, and Thulani Serero to be available in the near future.
The statement added: “Lasse Schone has a torn ankle ligament. He is recovering well, but will not travel to Salzburg (in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday), and the match against Feyenoord (on Sunday) will probably come too early.
“Thulani Serero flies to Salzburg but is not in the squad. The South African has been struggling with a groin injury and will continue his rehabilitation.
“Finally Nicolai Boilesen has a left hamstring injury and is therefore not available in the upcoming weeks.”
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