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Both Brisbane and Richmond are in contention for Sunday afternoon’s meeting.

The Blues’ defeat was also compounded by three names added to their injury list.

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Richmond It could be without it. Dylan Grimes The star defender suffered another hamstring injury during the on-and-off season.

Grimes suffered the injury in the second half of Sunday’s dramatic win over Brisbane, adding to the 31-year-old’s soft tissue injury.

“I don’t want to guess, but it’s not good at the moment,” Damien Hardwick said after the game.

“It’s a bit challenging at the moment and we’re all emotional because he’s such a big player for our football club.

“We hope it’s not too difficult, but at this stage we have our fingers crossed.

He thinks it’s bad, so we’ll wait and see what it’s like.

The lions also lost Zach Bailey The forward was taken to hospital with chest problems after a collision with Richmond’s Marlion Pickett midway through the first half of Sunday’s match.

Brisbane is waiting for more information, but Bailey is likely to stay in hospital overnight.

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Carlton They are having scans on the injured. Corey Durdin After the small forward’s exit from the Adelaide defeat.

Durdin landed awkwardly on his shoulder and immediately left the field.

Coach Michael Voss has confirmed that Durdin will return to Melbourne and go to Scania.

“Durdin has dislocated his shoulder so he will be evaluated during the week,” he said.

Nick Newman It’s another injury concern for the Blues after a shock knee amputation.

Newman was injured by his opponent’s boots, which were pulled on his feet as he attempted to tackle.

The boot made a big cut to Newman’s knee, and he was unable to get any further involved in the game.

“Obviously Newman cut his knee so it would have been difficult for him to come based on what happened there,” Voss said.

Late in the race. Matt Kennedy He was helped off the field after being hit in the head.

If the concussion is confirmed, he could miss next week’s Round 21 game under AFL protocols.

Collingwood You’re sweating for a star scan. Taylor Adams After leaving in the win over Port Adelaide.

Coach Craig McRae said they are still in the dark about the extent of Adams’ injury.

“He’s going to have a CT scan but it looks like he’s got some sort of groin injury,” he said.

But there is good news for the defender. Jeremy HoweAfter suffering a severe beating.

“Howie got the knee at the back and unfortunately couldn’t do it,” McRae said.

“It will be good, but it cannot return to the ground.”

Geelong They are ready to be out. Gary Rohan For the clash with St Kilda after being hit on the head.

Coach Chris Scott is not sure if Rohan is officially concussed, but says Rohan has been told he “can’t go back”.

“He told me it was great, that’s a good sign,” Scott said after the game.

“You don’t know how these people get up.

“You know when it’s bad … but if looks can go, this isn’t one of them.”

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Hawthorn Coach Sam Mitchell is counting on the loss at St Kilda.

The Hawks fought back mightily in the final term, despite being down to three on the bench.

Mitch Lewis He injured his knee at the beginning of the race, but tried to overcome it. Josh Morris While he was injured in the shoulder Jacob Koschitzke Bush suffered.

“We lost three today,” Mitchell said.

“Thanks Morris, he was great. I felt sorry for him – he finally got his chance. It has produced a very good month of footy.

He shrugs, comes back, but it’s clear he’s not coming back to the field.

Although Mitchell is trying to play through the knee injury, the club says Lewis is not at risk.

“Mitch Lewis has had a bit of a sore knee for a while and it just landed awkwardly,” he explained.

“It was not good to continue.

It’s one of those injuries where there’s a small amount of risk to the injury… The game was abandoned so as not to expose an important player like him.

Mitchell praised Koshitske’s performance despite being hampered by injury.

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“Cosi has worked really hard. “He’s got a really bad cork – he couldn’t even walk until half-time but we had three on the bench so we wanted him to soldier on,” he said.

“He was committed to that and gave us his best. He couldn’t run or lead much but he gave us a race.

“It’s a valuable lesson that sometimes as a young player you have to fight when your body isn’t at its best.”

Melbourne Coach Simon Goodwin says the young ruckman Luke Jackson After passing his concussion test in Perth, he would be right to go with Collingwood.

Jackson looked nervous from the ground in the win over Fremantle but was given the all-clear.

“He got knocked up a little bit late in the game. He went through the documents and made everything clear,” Goodwin said.

“There’s nothing wrong with him, he’ll be fine. It will be ready to go next week.

“It was tested and passed the test.”

Goodwin also said. Christian Salem He is able to come back after being punched in the face and bleeding from the nose.

“Salem had a little cut on his face, but we got him unharmed,” Goodwin said.

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