BRADLEY Dack and Darragh Lenihan are expected to miss Blackburn Rovers’ Carabao Cup clash with Burnley tomorrow.

Dack limped out of the 1-0 win at Bradford City just after the hour mark and is said to have sustained a grade one hamstring strain.

Lenihan remains sidelined with the foot injury he picked up in the opening day defeat at Southend United, with Ryan Nyambe also a doubt with a sore knee.

“I think we can forget about those two for tomorrow night,” Mowbray said of Dack and Lenihan.

“Ryan Nyambe did not train today so we won’t be risking him.

“Scott Wharton blocked a shot in training and twisted his ankle which is a blow for him but I don't think it is too bad.

“It is pretty much as it was on Saturday for us with the players that have been in and around the squad, we might muddle a few around but generally it will be the same group of players.”

Dack was forced off at Southend United on the opening day with a similar injury which saw him miss the Carabao Cup win at Coventry City.

Mowbray added: “Hopefully it won’t be serious.  It is a grade one hamstring strain, which is as mild as you can get, but it is a slight strain.

“We have the international break coming up, we will see about the Fleetwood game with the international call-ups, but if that game does not go ahead then hopefully after that we would have everyone back fit and hopefully have one or two more additions and things will be looking stronger.”

Rovers are limited in their defensive options with injuries to Lenihan, Wharton and Nyambe.  Mowbray is therefore likely to go with the same back five as the one which recorded a first clean sheet of the season at Bradford, as the search for additions goes on.

“They did all right at the weekend, we just have to find a slightly different way of playing with the personnel.

“When you have Lenihan playing you can play slightly different to the way you play when you have (Elliott) Ward playing.

“At this moment we know what we have got and we will push on with those players and hopefully in a short period of time we will have two or three back fit and competing to try and get in the starting team.”