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Of Western Bulldogs It will probably take Tim English North facing Brisbane for the trip.

The Englishman missed the win over Hawthorn after suffering symptoms of late numbness in the 14th round clash with GWS.

“He has no guarantees,” said coach Luke Beverge.

I’m not sure it might not go through the story.

“We’ll be waiting for another week.”

Fox Sports News Reporter Dr Jones It was posted on Twitter on Monday night: “Tim English had a light training session over the weekend, but when he returned from stress he continued to walk carefully.

“There are still some signs last weekend. It’s impossible to agree with Thursday night.”

Ed Richards Escape under AFL earthquake protocols.

Scans cleared. Brisbane Middle Jared Leon Serious rib injury Good news for the club.

Lyon knelt on his chest during Thursday night’s qualifier in Melbourne.

The 29-year-old has been ruled out of the race after reporting his illness to club doctors.

On Saturday, he was sent to inspect the cleanser.

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MelbourneS. Max Gown He is making rapid progress in recovery, but will miss another match with ankle syndromes.

“We continue to evaluate Max Gown’s performance well and we will review it daily,” said Demon Griffith, Demons’ executive manager.

Jilong They are ready to have it. Gary Rohan Round 16 is only available for the third game.

The striker missed a thrilling victory over Richmond after suffering a concussion.

But he is expected to be like a superstar Patrick Dangerfield“Looks like he’s ready to go back,” reports Brown Sports News’ Draw Jones.

“A big session last Friday, a weekend to refresh and then hit the track again today. Arrested with Rows on Saturday night ” He tweeted..

Carlton’s unfortunate defense still took another shot Jordan Boyd Breaking his leg with Fremant’s victory.

The young full-back said: “There is a chance he will be late.”

Previous first round selection Sam Philip He will miss the rest of the season with a fractured ankle Adam Cerra (hamstring) and Jack Martin (Calf) are the challenges for this week, and Jacob Weitering (AC junction) One more week is expected to be missed.

Adelaide It will be without Will Hamil For the clash with Premier Melbourne.

Hamil was ruled out of the game against Northern Melbourne and will be off the field due to AFL earthquake protocols.

Shane McAdam He was also hurt by the victory over Roos and was immediately worried when he came off the ground.

“Magda has suffered an ankle injury in the Mark quarter final and has not been involved in any of the games. He will be assessed in the coming days,” the club said in a statement.

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Fremantl It will not be. Darsie Taker The average is ready to pick up after hitting his hand in WAFL.

It is reported that Tucker will see a surgeon this week to assess the injury after Saturday’s game.

Black Acre The hamstring also stays sideways.

Gold Coast Tell them Alex Davis It is “very doubtful” to advance to the round of 16.

Davis fell to Port Adelaide in the fourth quarter.

Coach Stuart Dave said the club was waiting for a scan but Davis said he could not meet Collingwood on Saturday night.

“He touched his middle knee a little bit,” Dew said.

He could not continue because he was very suspicious next week.

Port Adelaide Defendant confirmed Riley Bonner Cheek and eye fractures were broken in the victory over the Gold Coast.

Bonner was able to play the game after the second half.

He is currently undergoing surgery and is expected to rest for up to four weeks.

In the best news, defenders Darcy Bern-Jones And Tom Claire After clearing the AFL health and safety protocols, they are ready to fly west.

Zak Butters If he plays in the 16th round, he will have to prove his worth.

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