Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill will have to plan without Harry Arter for their vital World Cup qualifier.
The Bournemouth midfielder missed Saturday's 2-0 Premier League win over Swansea City due to injury.
Their manager Eddie Howe said it would be highly unlikely he'll feature in the upcoming qualifier with Wales and friendly with Iceland
“I don't know if he'll be ok for international duty no obviously missing today is a big blow for us.
"I think he would be potentially out of the Ireland squad, I don't know officially but I would have thought there’s no way he’ll play".
Arter is on the move whether he's travelling to Dublin for the game or on holiday for the international break remains to be seen.