Aston Villa striker Tammy Abraham is a big doubt for the Midlands club ahead of their crucial league clash with Millwall in the English Championship.
Tammy Abraham could be a big miss for Aston Villa having been in superb form for former European champions since he signed for them on loan at the start of the season.
The Nigerian-born Three Lions of England striker joined Aston Villa from Premier League giants Chelsea on deadline day of last summer’s transfer window and he has not looked back since then.
He was amongst the goals as Aston Villa boosted their Premier League playoff hopes with a 2-0 away win over relegation-threatened Bolton Wanderers.
Tammy Abraham scored his 25th goal for Aston Villa in the Bolton thus becoming the first player to hit that mark for the Midlands club for the first time in over two decades.
He sustained a shoulder injury against Bolton and the player had to be subbed off for Keinan Davis after 57 minutes.
Tammy Abraham is now doubtful for the Millwall game on Easter Monday.
The English striker has been a huge success at Aston Villa which his third spell away from Chelsea.
Tammy Abraham spent the last campaign at Welsh side Swansea City and at English Championship club Bristol City during the 2016/17 season.