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Demons veteran puts hand up for finals recall

Retiring mid gets through Casey comeback, ready if needed

6:40pm Sep 15, 2018

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'Good to feel normal again': Pie's freak injury

Star defender's first finals campaign was almost derailed

9:00am Sep 15, 2018

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EXCLUSIVE: Tigers forward sent for scans

Daniel Rioli has tests on finger hurt at training on Friday

1:00pm Sep 14, 2018

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'There's hope' Giant will only miss one

GWS coach maintains star midfielder could play next wek

11:30am Sep 14, 2018

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Hawks remain upbeat on defender's hammy

Hawthorn hoping Grant Birchall will be able to play next week

6:19pm Sep 11, 2018

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Giants still holding hope star mid will play

GWS refusing to rule out Josh Kelly, but veteran ready to come in

5:38pm Sep 11, 2018

 

AFL Injury List

COLLINGWOOD

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

 Tim Broomhead   Broken leg    Season
 Jordan De Goey  Ankle  TBC
 Lynden Dunn  Knee  Season
 Jamie Elliott  Hamstring  Season
 Kayle Kirby    Heart issue  Season
 Darcy Moore  Hamstring  Test
 Scott Pendlebury  Knee  TBC
 Matt Scharenberg  Knee  Season
 Brayden Sier  Thigh  TBC
 Daniel Wells  Foot  Season
Updated: Monday, September 17

Early prognosis

De Goey insists he's fine and durable skipper Pendlebury would have to be seriously injured to miss a preliminary final, while Sier was hampered by an apparent corked thigh. Moore could return after six weeks on the sidelines, but Elliott, Scharenberg, Dunn, Wells, Broomhead and Sam Murray won't play again this season. The club continues to monitor Kirby's heart issue. - Ben Collins

MELBOURNE

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

 Oskar Baker  Hamstring  Season
 Lochie Filipovic  Hand  2 weeks
 Jesse Hogan  Foot  Season
 Dean Kent  AC joint  Season
 Jake Lever  Knee  Season
 Corey Maynard  Hip  Season
 Billy Stretch  Toe  Season
Updated: Tuesday, September 18

Early prognosis

Jack Viney and Aaron vandenBerg were on light duties at training on Monday but should train fully on Wednesday. Max Gawn, Alex Neal-Bullen and Neville Jetta also didn't train as their training loads were being managed. All five players are expected to be fit to play against West Coast. - Ben Guthrie

RICHMOND

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

 Daniel Butler   Ankle  Available
 Dustin Martin  Cork  Available
 Alex Rance  Foot  Available
 Jack Riewoldt  Foot  Available
 Daniel Rioli  Finger  Available
 Jacob Townsend  Fractured fibula  Season
Updated: Monday, September 17

Early prognosis

There were plenty of sore Tigers after the Hawthorn win but with a week off, they've had time to recuperate. Rance and Riewoldt were treated during the game for feet issues but have trained without incident since, while Butler has turned a corner and will put up his hand. Rioli jarred a finger at training but will play, as will Martin, but the Brownlow medallist will be closely watched this week after he missed large parts of Friday and Monday's training sessions with a mystery cork. - Jennifer Phelan

WEST COAST

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

 Andrew Gaff  Suspension  4 matches to serve
 Eric Mackenzie  Toe  Season
 Nic Naitanui  Knee  Season
 Tony Olango  Hamstring  Season
 Brad Sheppard  Hamstring  Season
Updated: Tuesday, September 18

Early prognosis

Sheppard has undergone surgery to repair his hamstring tendon and will begin his rehab program within a month after joining first-choice teammates Gaff, Naitanui and Mackenzie on the sidelines for the rest of the season. The Eagles had some sore players after the qualifying final, with Scott Lycett and Elliot Yeo both missing training, and star spearhead Josh Kennedy welcomed the weekend off to recover from his first game in seven weeks ahead of the prelim against Melbourne. Travis King

*Placed on the club's long-term injury list

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