JAKE Stringer is set for another stint on the sidelines after suffering a hamstring injury against the Western Bulldogs on Sunday. 

Scans confirmed a standard hamstring strain with the talented Bomber to miss up to four weeks. 

The 28-year-old had a delayed start to the season before missing rounds four and five due to a hamstring injury to the opposite side to his latest setback.

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"Scans today have confirmed the strain is to his right hamstring, which is the different side to his previous hamstring injury," Mahoney said.

"This is a reasonably standard 3-4 week injury, and Jake will use this time on the sidelines to ensure a full recovery to return for a strong second half of the season."

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