MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 25: Curtis Scott of the Melbourne Storm leaves the field injured during the round eight NRL match between the Melbourne Storm and New Zealand Warriors at AAMI Park on April 25, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

Melbourne will be without two premiership players for the foreseeable future, after both Tim Glasby and Curtis Scott suffered injuries in the Storm’s 50-10 win over the Warriors on ANZAC Day.

Glasby broke his thumb during play in the first half, while Scott suffered a leg injury after it was caught under an opponent during the second 40.

“Unfortunately Tim has suffered a broken thumb and has undergone surgery today – we are expecting him to miss 4-6 weeks of football,” Storm Football Director Frank Ponissi told melbournestorm.com.au on Thursday.

“Scans suggest Curtis has suffered a high ankle sprain and he will miss the next few weeks.

“However until his swelling settles we are unable to specify a timeline exactly. We will have a better understanding in the coming days.”

The Storm now have an 11-day break before facing off against the ladder-leading Dragons next Sunday.

Winger Suliasi Vunivalu missed the ANZAC Day clash with a hamstring injury, although the Storm expected him to be fit to face the Dragons.