AFL Rd 9 - Fremantle v Collingwood
PERTH, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 02: Brayden Maynard of the Magpies walks from the field after being defeated during the round nine AFL match between the Fremantle Dockers and the Collingwood Magpies at Optus Stadium on August 02, 2020 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

Collingwood have been riddled with injuries in 2020, with 11 players on their list currently sidelined and eyeing a return to the field.

Magpies General Manager of Football Geoff Walsh has updated the club’s entire injury list ahead of their round 17 clash against Gold Coast, via collingwoodfc.com.au.

Jordan De Goey“Awaiting advice from the surgeon and availability to be determined from there. To have pin removed from finger in the coming days.”

Jeremy Howe“Continues to make progress. No timeline on a return just yet”

Adam Treloar“Progressing well in training and likely to be seen before home and away season is complete.”

Brayden Maynard“Recovering from corkie sustained during the first quarter against Brisbane. Will be right to go for Gold Coast.”

Will Kelly: “Significant progress since removing brace and has joined in training. Possible to see Kelly resume full training and be available before the season is done.”

Tom Langdon: “Pulled up sore during first quarter of the scratch match against Brisbane. Langdon will attempt to get through training this week to become available for selection.”

Chris Mayne: “Recovering from facial surgery. In approximately 10 days we’ll have a better idea of a return to training.”

Tom Phillips“Scans confirm grade two hamstring injury sustained against Brisbane. 3-4 weeks on the sidelines.”

Brayden Sier“Has joined in training over the last fortnight. Still a few boxes to tick before resuming full training.”

Nathan Murphy“Was in a nasty collision in the scratch match against Brisbane. To have facial surgery on eye socket and cheekbone this week.”

Flynn Appleby“Scans confirm 3-4 week hamstring injury.”