Adelaide midfielder Sam Berry will return to training this week after rolling his ankle on Thursday.
The 19-year-old missed Adelaide's Round Six clash with Hawthorn and will be tested on his availability to face GWS on Saturday.
“Sam has progressed well but will require further assessment throughout the week to determine his availability,” Crows head of football Adam Kelly said.
Defender Will Hamill will have scans this week after rolling his ankle against the Hawks in Launceston on Sunday.
Hamill was helped from the ground for assessment and did not return in the three-point loss.
“Will rolled his ankle on two occasions in the game against the Hawks (and) was subbed out of the game late in the third quarter,” Kelly said.
“His ankle is being scanned and we’re awaiting the results of that.”
As has been the case over the past few weeks, Tom Lynch continues to manage toe soreness and his training loads will be monitored in preparation for Saturday’s game against GWS.
Ben Davis rolled his ankle in Round Three of the SANFL and scans confirmed minor damage which kept him out of Saturday’s win over Central District.
Davis is expected to start running again this week and return to play within 1-2 weeks.
Captain Rory Sloane continues to build his training volumes after eye surgery and will be assessed by the specialist before being cleared to return to play also within 1-2 weeks.
“Rory got back running around a week ago now,” Kelly said.
“He’s going to require further assessment from our eye specialist, but everything has been positive to this point in time.
“We’re very hopeful Rory can be back for the Showdown (Round Eight).”
Injury list as of Tuesday, April 27:
Will Hamill (ankle) test
Sam Berry (ankle) test
Ben Davis (foot) 1-2 weeks
Rory Sloane (eye) 1-2 weeks
Matt Crouch (groin) 2-3 weeks
Daniel Talia (foot) 6-7 weeks
Lachlan Gollant (finger) 7-8 weeks
Mitch Hinge (shoulder) season
Wayne Milera (knee) season