Mia King is expected to return to the Kangaroos' squad ahead of Sunday's blockbuster qualifying final against Melbourne at Ikon Park.
King missed her first game of the season last weekend as the Roos secured third spot on the AFLW ladder with an impressive win over the Western Bulldogs.
Although initially named in the Pride Round team, soreness saw her withdrawn on gameday and replaced by Ruby Tripodi.
"We decided to take a conservative approach and manage Mia for the game against the Bulldogs," AFLW senior physiotherapist Billy Williams told NMFC Media.
"She had some neck tightness which didn't resolve fully over the week. She completed a run on Sunday morning and we fully expect her to train and be available for our first final."
Winger Lulu Pullar will also be in the mix for selection. She has missed a week after sustaining a head laceration against the Crows in Round 9, which required stitches.
"She completed a conditioning session with non-selected players on Saturday morning and will return to a normal week of training ahead of this weekend," Williams said.
Defender Cassidy Mailer will face a test later in the week as she continues to work through a thigh injury, while forward Ailish Considine is progressing well with her hamstring rehabiliation.
"Ailish has had a really productive week in rehab, and has approached her recovery head-on with professionalism," Williams said.
"Her clinical testing has progressed as expected and she will integrate into team training with the group this week. She won't be available for selection this weekend, but we expect her to be fully fit in 1-2 weeks.
Young speedster Zoe Savarirayan is now seven months post-op from her ACL reconstruction and is "progressing fantastically well", Williams said.
"She has been able to join in with the team for some appropriate drills at training where she looks right at home."