Fremantle goalsneak Michael Frederick will miss the subsequent three to 4 weeks after injuring his adductor whereas kicking a aim towards the Western Bulldogs final week.
Frederick suffered the harm throughout the third quarter of the 49-point loss, with scans revealing the extent of the harm.
“We consider it was when he really kicked that left foot aim throughout the match,” Fremantle soccer operations supervisor Peter Bell mentioned in an announcement.
“He pulled up a bit sore and scans have confirmed that he’ll miss the subsequent three weeks or so.”
Out-of-favour wingman Liam Henry received’t be accessible for Saturday’s match towards Brisbane on the Gabba after struggling a concussion within the WAFL final week.
However defender Heath Chapman and ahead Sam Switkowski have an opportunity to return from their calf accidents.
Former skipper Nat Fyfe (plantar fasciitis) is also within the combine for the journey to Brisbane if he can construct his hundreds at coaching this week.
“Nat had a extremely good session, we’re inspired by that and we are going to see how he progresses over the week,” Bell mentioned.