Dr Rajpal Brar reports that Tottenham defender Ben Davies has recovered fully from his hamstring injury earlier than anticipated.
The injury specialist thought he would return in the second week of February, but according to Ange Postecoglou’s most recent report, he might be available for the January 31 match against Brentford.
He stated on January 25 that although the Wales defender has started working with the team, he was left out of the matchday squad on January 26 against Manchester City.
Dr. Brar, a sports scientist and physical therapist, stated of Davies’ current status of play in an exclusive interview with Tottenham News: “This sounds like a grade 3 out of 4 level hamstring injury.”
The most effective strategy to prevent setbacks is to follow a rigorous rehab plan and increase minutes gradually.
“I had assumed he would return in the second or third week of February, but he has recovered more quickly and ought to be able to play in the next games.
The team will also be very focused on making sure he doesn’t have a setback because hamstring strains are known for occurring.
The 30-year-old was frequently used by Postecoglou at left back or center back before to his injury.
Davies has played in 14 Premier League games so far this season, and on December 28, he even scored in the 4-2 loss to Brighton.
Davies could have to wait for the opportunity to play because Cristian Romero and Micky van de Ven have been the preferred center-back duo in recent games with Destiny Udogie starting at left-back.