WITH training set to resume, we've put together a detailed list of all your club's injured players.

Who will be right for round two, who is still touch and go? Check it out.   

Adelaide Crows

It should be a fully fit list that resumes training when the Crows regather in coming weeks. Riley Knight's Achilles surgery in the pre-season was their only injury concern at the point when the season was suspended, and Knight has been working away from the club to be ready to play upon games restarting. The half-forward was considered likely to be available in the month following round one, so should be ready by the time of round two. Tyson Stengle, of course, will also be unavailable for four matches as part of his club-imposes sanction for drink driving. - Callum Twomey

Crow Riley Knight in action during 2019. Picture: AFL Photos

Brisbane Lions

Key defender Marcus Adams is headed for surgery after developing further soreness in his heel/foot while training during isolation. While the Lions planned to rest the injury, a meeting with his surgeon on Monday determined that surgery was the best outcome. He will miss a minimum of 4-6 weeks. Ruckman Stefan Martin, who injured his PCL in round one, is out of his brace and will ramp up his change of direction work with club fitness staff when players are recalled. Grant Birchall (hamstring) is expected to be fit for round two. - Mitch Cleary

Brisbane ruckman Stefan Martin. Picture: AFL Photos

Carlton

The Blues will likely be without Charlie Curnow for the remainder of the 2020 season, after the promising forward re-injured his knee while completing his rehabilitation program in isolation. Veteran ruckman Matthew Kreuzer (foot) and first-round draft pick Brodie Kemp (knee) are also unlikely to return once football resumes due to long-term issues. The club expects Nic Newman (elbow) and Zac Fisher (ankle) to be around the mark when it gets back to training, having both been injured in its round one loss to Richmond. Eddie Betts (calf), Caleb Marchbank (knee) and Harry McKay (groin) were all on the cusp of a return when the game went into shutdown and should be fit. - Riley Beveridge

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Serious blow for Carlton as Curnow limps off

Charlie Curnow heads down to the rooms after a collision to his right knee

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Collingwood

The big concern for the Pies lingers around Adam Treloar. The club hosed down speculation last month suggesting he had re-injured his troublesome hamstring, reiterating he was on track in his recovery. That should enable him to return once the season resumes, having initially missed its season-opener against the Western Bulldogs. Travis Varcoe (shoulder), Ben Reid (ankle) and Matt Scharenberg (hip) should be fit to start training on day one, but Levi Greenwood (knee) and Tom Langdon (knee) appear more long-term prospects. - Riley Beveridge

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Marsh: Hamstring scare for star mid

Adam Treloar leaves the field with a possible hamstring injury

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Essendon

The Bombers are hopeful that when games resume Joe Daniher will be ready to play as he recovers from his long-term groin injury. That remains to be seen, plus whether he will have the match conditioning to be ready to step into senior footy. Veteran defender Cale Hooker (hip) will be ready to play, as should Patrick Ambrose, who suffered a knee injury in the pre-season that was set to sideline him for about three months. The big question is on Dyson Heppell. The skipper has had a slower than hoped return from off-season foot surgery, and said in mid-April he didn't expect to be ready to play for at least two months. - Callum Twomey

Dyson Heppell at Bombers training in March. Picture: AFL Photos

Fremantle

The Dockers' biggest concern would be Alex Pearce's setback while in isolation. The star defender underwent his third bout of ankle surgery last week and there's no timeframe on when he can return to training. The game's shutdown has been a boost for recruit Blake Acres as he recovers from a hamstring injury and defender Joel Hamling after ankle surgery. Veteran David Mundy will be good to go after breaking his leg in the pre-season and defender Nathan Wilson has recovered from his toe injury. Star forward Jesse Hogan is expected back at the club once training recommences after taking leave to deal with his mental health. - Chris Correia

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Docker done after innocuous kick

Alex Pearce's game has come to an end after appearing to injure his lower leg while kicking out of defence

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Geelong Cats

Defender Jake Kolodjashnij (hip) and untried forward Nathan Kreuger (knee) will be up for selection in round two after surgeries that kept them out of round one contention. The Cats will be overly cautious on Nakia Cockatoo after another pre-season hamstring mishap and be guided by physios when training returns. Jack Steven will also be ready after missing the season opener with hamstring soreness. There is growing optimism the extended length of the season could mean Stefan Okunbor (torn Achilles) might play some football in 2020. - Mitch Cleary

Former Saint Jack Steven in action in the Marsh Community Series. Picture: AFL Photos

Gold Coast Suns

Pearce Hanley (calf), Jarrod Harbrow (groin), Alex Sexton (hamstring), Jack Hombsch (rib) and Izak Rankine (hamstring) all missed round one with minor complaints so should be up and going by the season's restart. Rory Thompson was also edging close to a return from his knee reconstruction, while Charlie Ballard (shoulder), Wil Powell (knee) and Anthony Miles (chest) were all due to be sidelined until about mid-year. The Suns will also resume the season without skipper David Swallow, who was suspended for one game for striking in round one. - Callum Twomey

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Marsh: Sexton leaves the ground with hamstring injury

Suns star Alex Sexton leaves the ground with a right hamstring injury and doesn't return for the second half

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GWS Giants

The long break's silver lining for the Giants is that last year's best and fairest winner Tim Taranto will not miss nearly as much of the season as he was due to with his shoulder surgery. The midfielder was due to be ready for a return around mid-season after his pre-season operation. Former co-captain Callan Ward will also be keen to resume, with the ball-winner coming back from his early-season knee reconstruction in 2019. Defenders Zac Williams (Achilles) and Adam Kennedy (hamstring) will be available after their minor issues, while Matt Flynn (knee), Tommy Sheridan (calf), Xavier O'Halloran (ankle) and Zac Sproule (knee) will also have benefited from the time off to overcome their injury concerns. - Callum Twomey

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Marsh: Taranto's day is done

Giant Tim Taranto suffers a dislocated shoulder in an early ruck contest

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Hawthorn

All eyes are on Blake Hardwick, who is roughly six weeks from being game ready after rupturing a pectoral muscle in the pre-season. Hardwick should be available for round two but the Hawks are treading carefully with Jarman Impey's ACL recovery. Him being away from the club tempered expectations and he is now tipped to be fit in about August. They will both take part in skills training once the AFL gives the green light. Dan Howe (foot) is between six to eight weeks away, while Mathew Walker (hip) will miss three more weeks and Will Golds (knee) is out for the year. There is better news for Mitch Lewis (ankle), Paul Puopolo (jaw), Jacob Koschitzke (AC joint) and Josh Morris (knee), who are all fit. – Marc McGowan 

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Mini-Match: North Melbourne v Hawthorn, 1994 Qualifying Final

Extended highlights of the first extra-time final in AFL history

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Melbourne

The Demons should have a pretty fit list when the season likely resumes in mid-to-late June. Nathan Jones (Achilles), Christian Salem (glandular fever), Braydon Preuss (knee), Joel Smith (quadriceps), Mitch Hannan (groin), Harry Petty (groin), Kade Chandler (finger) and even Harley Bennell (calf) are set to be available. Bennell's agent Colin Young told SEN radio his client could play as early as round two and he is no longer on Melbourne's injury list. Aaron vandenBerg (foot) is still another month away but would be ready for round two if he doesn't have a setback. Aaron Nietschke (knee) is out for the season after a second ACL rupture, while Kade Kolodjashnij (concussion) also remains on the sidelines. – Marc McGowan

Will Harley Bennell play AFL football this year? Picture: AFL Photos

North Melbourne

Captain Jack Ziebell has declared himself ready to go despite sustaining a high-grade medial ligament strain in the Roos' season opener. Paul Ahern (hamstring) could also be available, while Ed Vickers-Willis is nearing a return from his ACL setback and Josh Walker (concussion) is fine. Kayne Turner (sesamoid fracture under left big toe) was originally out until at least late June and remains without an official timetable. Luke Davies-Uniacke (groin), Kyron Hayden (Achilles) and Flynn Perez are in the same boat. There's no update on Ben Jacobs (concussion), either. The only fresh injury is to Charlie Comben's back and his return date is to be confirmed, while Marley Williams still has one match to serve on his suspension. - Marc McGowan

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Another big blow as skipper limps off

North Melbourne's Jack Ziebell is the latest casualty to leave the field after absorbing weight on his knee in a frantic scramble

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The Power went into the year with questions lingering over the fitness of star midfielder Ollie Wines, who was battling a shoulder injury. Initially expected to miss the first six weeks of the season, there are now high hopes the former co-captain will be fit to restart training on time when competition returns. Hamish Hartlett (quad) was expected to miss a month after picking up an injury in round one, while Brad Ebert (knee) was likely to miss six weeks. Both should be OK to resume training on time. As should Riley Bonner (quad), who was a late withdrawal prior to that victory over the Suns. Charlie Dixon (adductor) and Jack Watts (calf) are also on track in their recoveries. - Riley Beveridge

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Port medical staff kept busy with injury concerns

The Power lose some troops in the third quarter and push on without Hamish Hartlett

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Richmond

The Tigers enjoyed a charmed run with injury last summer and have continued to keep a clean bill of health throughout the suspension period. Bachar Houli was the only player to go into isolation with a significant injury issue, having hurt his calf on the eve of the season. However, having returned to full training before round one, the defender should be fit to resume when teams return to action. Nick Vlastuin should also be OK, despite dealing with concussion symptoms prior to competition being suspended. - Riley Beveridge

Bachar Houli leaves the track during a training session on the eve of the season. Picture: AFL Photos

St Kilda

Ben Long will arrive back from Darwin this week after an extended rehabilitation on the ankle injury he sustained in round one. Like Jade Gresham (knee), he'll be ready to resume in June. Jake Carlisle was left out of round one due to a back spasm but has recovered well. The only other concern is Achilles soreness for fringe defender Darragh Joyce that is likely to keep him sidelined when training returns. - Mitch Cleary

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Long jump superb, but awful landing

St Kilda's Ben Long takes a fantastic mark but ends up in a world of pain after injuring his ankle on the way down

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Sydney Swans

Lance Franklin (knee) has completed all of his training in the lockdown period and will be fit for round two after missing the season opener. Lewis Melican's also recovered from a practice game hamstring setback, which kept him out for a month, including round one. Sam Reid underwent a knee arthroscope post round one to have some meniscus cleaned up and was off his legs for about four weeks before restarting his program. Should take part in skills training from next week, and the timing of round two will determine his availability. Ben Ronke, who suffered some knee bruising after a hyperextension in round one, is looking to resume running within a fortnight. Joel Amartey suffered a hamstring recurrence shortly after the competition shutdown while training by himself and is up to six weeks from a playing return. - Marc McGowan

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The 23 biggest and best goals of Buddy Franklin's career

Superstar Lance Franklin brings up game 300 and to celebrate we countdown the pick of an incredible bunch of goals

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West Coast Eagles

Coach Adam Simpson conceded a handful of players had gone too far early in self-isolation, causing soft tissue setbacks. While they'll have time to recover, the Eagles will need to examine Jarrod Cameron's recovery from pubic bone stress when he returns to the club in the hope he could play in July or August. Luke Foley is battling a similar injury, while Tom Cole (broken thumb) will be fit to return. - Mitch Cleary

West Coast forward Jarrod Cameron. Picture: AFL Photos

Western Bulldogs

Most of the injury concerns for the Bulldogs have had time to heal over the past six weeks. Lin Jong (hamstring), Taylor Duryea (groin), Tom Liberatore (knee) and Pat Lipinski (concussion) all missed round one but should be ready to return when the season continues. Rhylee West (knee) should be a little longer as he recovers from the medial ligament he suffered in mid-March, while Riley Garcia (knee) will be given as much time as he needs to rehabilitate his ACL. - Jourdan Canil

Tom Liberatore should be back from his knee injury. Picture: AFL Photos