St Kilda recruit Dan Hannebery is set to miss his second game in a row with hamstring soreness, according to afl.com.au.
This comes after the former Swan made his long-awaited debut against Brisbane in round 14, racking up 27 touches.
He followed this up with another 23 disposals in the loss to Richmond.
The midfielder missed his side’s clash against North Melbourne with what was originally said to be general soreness.
He is now expected to return for the St Kilda's match-up against the Bulldogs in round 18.
Hannebery, 28, moved from Sydney to Moorabbin Park on a five-year contract but has endured an injury-interrupted start to his Saints career.