PORT ADELAIDE has all but cleared its injury list heading into the final three rounds of the regular season.
Brad Ebert has been cleared to play after scans revealed no bony injury to his cheek and he was cleared of concussion under the AFL concussion protocols after a head clash during the third quarter of Saturday’s win over Sydney.
Ebert has some bruising to his right cheek but is available to take on North Melbourne on Saturday night.
Forward Mitch Georgiades, who sat out the weekend’s game with a minor hamstring injury, is expected to be available for selection but will need to prove his fitness at training during the week.
First-year player Dylan Williams has been removed from the injury list after overcoming a groin injury.
The club will on Friday evening name its side for the game against the Kangaroos at Metricon Stadium on the Gold Coast.
Mitch Georgiades – hamstring (test)