ADELAIDE forward Tom Lynch has been given the all-clear to face Melbourne at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night.
Lynch left the ground in the second quarter of last weekend's loss to North Melbourne in Hobart with concussion in an incident that saw Kangaroos forward Jarrad Waite suspended for one week for rough conduct.
"He passed the concussion test last night and he trained this morning and felt fine, so he's ready to go," Crows coach Don Pyke said on Friday.
"If he was to wake up tomorrow and not feel right we would have a conversation with him, but there's no more tests for him to pass.
"He's in a really good headspace, keen to play and feels great, so I expect he'll play tomorrow night."
The top-of-the table Crows have made two forced changes to the side that was humbled by the Kangaroos.
Wayne Milera and Troy Menzel return, with defender Jake Lever (hamstring tightness) and midfielder/forward Riley Knight (glute) ruled out.
Pyke was confident Lever and Knight would both only miss one week and be available for the round nine meeting with the Brisbane Lions at the Gabba.
It's the same hamstring that forced Lever to miss the JLT Community Series and the first two games of the season.
"It was one of those ones where it was not worth the risk," Pyke said.
"He had some awareness at the end of the game last week and we scanned it and there's something really minor there, but he was up running pretty much at full speed.
"Given his history, the decision was taken not to push him for this week, and we'll get him ready for next week.
"Riley had a bit of a cork in the glute and it didn't free up early in the week, but he should be fine for next week."
Former under-19 Australian basketball representative Hugh Greenwood has been named as an emergency for the first time after being upgraded to the senior list on Thursday.
Greenwood joined the Crows at the end of 2015 as a Category B rookie and has impressed in the SANFL playing through the midfield.
"He's been our most consistent player in the SANFL," Pyke said.
"He's a big-bodied inside midfielder, he's really strong around the contest, good tackler and he can play forward and take a mark as well.
"For a guy who didn't play footy for nearly seven years and was pursuing basketball, it's a good story for him to be able to do that."