Richmond’s Physical Performance Manager Peter Burge provides Richmond Media with the latest injury report, brought to you by Victor Sports.

Dion Prestia, ankle

"Dion trained with us last Friday. He's been training for a couple of weeks now, but last Friday we did a bit of an internal practice match and he participated in the whole game and has pulled up really well. So he'll be available for selection this week."

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Injury report: Prestia, Lynch, Bolton, Caddy

Physical Performance Manager, Peter Burge, provides Richmond Media with the latest injury report, brought to you by Victor Sports.

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Tom Lynch, hamstring

"Tom's tracking really well. Tom has been running at high intensity for the past week, and on Saturday he completed a fairly strong session with high intensity running and some football. Tom's going to join in to a little bit of skills on Monday, and we'll make a decision later in the week as to his availability for this week's game."

Shai Bolton, corked calf

"Shai trained fully last Friday in the practice match that we had, and he'll be available for selection as well this week."

Josh Caddy, patella tendon soreness

"Josh, going back to the Adelaide game, had an incident during the game and was quite sore at half-time. We taped him up and he went back on the ground after half-time. He was a little bit sore through his patella... He started running again yesterday (Saturday) and actually was a lot better than expected, so we'll look at him joining some training this week, and we're hopeful he is available, but we'll make a decision later in the week as well."

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Jake Aarts, shoulder soreness

"Jake came off late in the Adelaide game with a knock to his AC joint, and was quite sore. Given we've had the bye and a little bit of time for that to settle, he'll fully train this week and be available for selection."

Jack Higgins, calf

"Jack came off with a very minor calf strain against Brisbane in the scratch match last week. He'll miss this week then go through a very short-term rehab process and hopefully be available the following week."