The Brisbane Broncos will be without Corey Oates and Tevita Pangai Junior for at least a week, and maybe longer, after scans revealed the extent of their injuries.
The pair were both injured in the club’s golden point win over the Wests Tigers.
“Corey has two small tears in his psoas tendon in his hip,” said Broncos’ High Performance Manager Jeremy Hickmans on the club’s website.
“That generally means one to three weeks out of the game, depending on how he heals and how his rehabilitation progresses.
“Tevita will be a similar timeframe.
“He has a tear in the sheath surrounding the hamstring muscle, so will also be missing for one to three weeks.”
The Broncos will name their Round 4 team to play the Titans later today.