MK Dons midfielder David Kasumu to miss Sunderland clash due to hamstring injury

Posted Thursday, August 12, 2021 by PA

MK Dons midfielder David Kasumu to miss Sunderland clash due to hamstring injury

MK Dons will be without David Kasumu for their Sky Bet League One game against Sunderland.

Kasumu did not feature in the opening game against Bolton and interim Dons manager Dean Lewington confirmed the midfielder had picked up a hamstring injury during a pre-season game against Bournemouth in late July.

Richardson told the club website after the 3-3 draw with Wanderers: “He suffered an injury and we thought it was just a knock but it just didn’t settle. He went for a scan on Thursday but we’re looking at anything from six to eight weeks as it stands.”

The Dons should still be without goalkeeper Andrew Fisher as he has just returned to training following an ankle injury.

If fit, Sunderland’s new signing Dennis Cirkin could feature at Stadium MK.

The 19-year-old left-back joined the club on a three-year deal from Tottenham.

Midfielder Alex Pritchard could also feature for the Black Cats as he makes his way back to full fitness, managing 60 minutes and providing an assist against Port Vale in the Carabao Cup earlier in the week.

Josh Hawkes could also make his case to feature in the match at Milton Keynes after he earned a place in the starting line-up against Vale, putting in a solid performance and scoring a goal in the 2-1 victory.


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