Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller has been ruled out of Saturday's Bundesliga game against Schalke after suffering a hamstring injury.
The Germany international scored twice as Bayern cruised to a 4-0 win over Hannover at the weekend, but picked up a problem in his right leg later in the match.
After further tests on Monday, the club have confirmed on their official website that Muller has been ordered to rest for the next five days, meaning he will definitely miss the meeting with Schalke at the Allianz Arena and could potentially be a doubt for the game with Wolfsburg on March 8.
Meanwhile, Bayern have received better news on the injury front as Franck Ribery and Xherdan Shaqiri close in on returns to first-team action.
Ribery, who underwent surgery on a buttock problem earlier this month, resumed high-intensity sprint training on Monday under the scrutiny of the club's physios.
Shaqiri, meanwhile, is set to return to training this week after suffering a torn muscle against Freiburg.