Belgium's Romelu Lukaku ruled out of Bosnia clash
Belgium will be without their star striker Romelu Lukaku against Bosnia on Saturday.
Romelu Lukaku will not travel to Bosnia and Herzegovina for Belgium's World Cup qualifier on Saturday due to an ankle injury. The Manchester United star picked up the injury over the weekend against Crystal Palace.
Monday’s scan revealed no significant damage but the problem has prevented the 24-year-old from training with the Belgium squad this week. In better news, fellow United player, Fellaini, has recovered from his injury and will likely be in the starting XI against Bosnia.
Bosnia also have injury problems as Pjanic and Simonovic will miss both qualifiers against Belgium and Estonia.
A reminder, Greece will hope for a draw or Belgium victory on Saturday in Sarajevo to reclaim second spot, if the Ethniki defeat Cyprus in Nicosia.
Full preview for the Bosnia - Belgium matchup can be found here.