BLACKBURN Rovers could be without forward Colin Kazim-Richards for up to two months with an ankle injury.

The Turkish international was forced out of the weekend draw with Leeds and will undergo a scan on the injury today, but Rovers boss Michael Appleton is fearing the worst ahead of tomorrow's trip to Leicester City.

With Leon Best, Dickson Etuhu, Paul Robinson and Adam Henley all working their way back to full fitness and Martin Olsson, Lee Williamson and Josh King also out injured, Appleton is expected to try and bolster his squad with a wide player in the loan market.