Alexander Isak injury update – Good and bad news for Newcastle United?

Alexander Isak is unlikely to play again until next month’s international break, according to Craig Hope of The Mail, though his latest groin injury is not regarded to be too serious.

The striker was forced to withdraw from the Sweden team earlier this month due to a groin ailment, and it is believed he has experienced a recurrence of the same injury.

If he is absent between now and the next international break in mid-November, he will miss the following five league, cup, and European matches:

  • Saturday 28th October  Wolves v Newcastle (5.30pm)
  • Wednesday 1st November Man United v Newcastle (8.15pm)
  • Saturday 4th November  Newcastle v Arsenal (5.30pm)
  • Tuesday 7th November Borussia Dortmund v Newcastle (5.45pm)
  • Saturday 11th November Bournemouth v Newcastle (5.30pm)


Alexander Isak ruled out for two months with thigh injury | OneFootball


The good news is that it is not a serious injury. Also, if it is the same ailment he had at West Ham a few weeks ago, there is a chance he will be able to return sooner than expected, as it only took him the international break to recover after hobbling off at the London Stadium.


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