SWINDON Robins rider Tobiasz Musielak has suffered nasty injuries during a crash while riding in Poland and looks set for a spell out.

Musielak was due to return to the Robins side for tomorrow’s SGB Premiership meeting at home to Belle Vue Aces, having missed Swindon’s most recent fixture with another injury issue.

However, the Polish rider has stated that he will remain in his homeland on Monday to ascertain a full diagnosis on his latest ailments.

Posting on Twitter on Sunday, Musielak said: “Thanks all for your messages about my injury. Broken ligaments in right knee. Looks bad but will know more tomorrow after full research in Leszno.”

Riding in Lodz in his homeland on Sunday, Musielak was involved in a nasty three-man crash, with the 25-year-old hitting the shale hard.

The Robins rider was taken to hospital from the track after appearing in significant discomfort due to pain in his right leg.

Initial news revealed by the rider on social media revealed he has damaged ligaments in his knee.

Swindon have not yet announced any details on a potential rider replacement for Monday’s meeting against Belle Vue.