Roar could be without attacking guns for weeks

THE Brisbane Roar, already struggling in ninth on the A-League ladder, could be without attacking guns Besart Berisha and Mitch Nichols in the coming weeks.

The Roar salvaged a 1-all draw against former coach Ange Postecoglou's team in the AAMI Park grudge match, but Berisha was forced off on the hour mark with a shoulder injury.

Nichols fell awkwardly 15 minutes later, injuring his back.

"Berisha, I don't know, it doesn't look good," Roar coach Rado Vidosic said.

"Mitch ... I think he's feeling a bit better now, so we'll see."

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