Experienced ruck Kim Rennie will face a test before the North Melbourne Tasmanian Kangaroos travel to Adelaide for Sunday's blockbuster with the Crows.
Rennie sprained her thumb during the Round 8 clash with the Demons, but managed to play out the game to finish with 17 hitouts, nine disposals, and five clearances.
"Scans ruled out any sinister findings," AFLW senior physiotherapist Billy Williams told NMFC Media.
"She’ll be tested this week at training, but we are optimistic she’ll be available for Sunday's match."
Co-vice-captain Nicole Bresnehan is estimated to return in two weeks from a left ankle syndesmosis injury.
"She is progressing through her rehab and is on track to be available for the first week of finals," Williams said.
"'Flash' will integrate into team training and build out her loads over the next fortnight and if she ticks this off we'll see her back on field in a fortnight's time."
Defender Cassidy Mailer will look to prove her fitness later in the week, as she continues to deal with a thigh complaint.
"Unfortunately Cass didn't quite complete enough training last week for us to clear her to available for match play, Williams said.
"She will train with the main group this week and will be a test for this weekend."