A second series of scans on David Pocock’s knee in Brisbane have proved inconclusive.
Wallabies flanker David Pocock is still no closer to learning how longer he will sidelined by a knee injury after a second series of scans proved inconclusive.
The 45-Test flanker reinjured his reconstructed left knee in the Brumbies’ Super Rugby win over the Western Force in Perth on Saturday.
He flew to Brisbane on Tuesday to consult with his knee surgeon Peter Meyers but remained none the wiser after further scans again failed to deliver a clear diagnosis.
“The scans were inconclusive so I have to go back and talk to the team doctor and Peter Myers, and obviously talk to the coaches about a way forwards, but at this stage I’m not really sure,” Pocock told Fox Sports in Brisbane on Wednesday.
The Brumbies say they are hoping for more conclusive results by Thursday.
It’s the same knee Pocock had reconstruction surgery on early last year after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament in the round-three clash with the NSW Waratahs.
He’s missed much of the last two seasons with knee injuries.