West Coast will head into round two of the AFL season with conflicting injury news.
Willie Rioli is out indefinitely for the Eagles, as he recovers from a foot injury that left him out of the club’s opening round clash against Brisbane.
West Coast confirmed that they are still investigating the length of the injury.
In positive news, small forward Jamie Cripps is likely to play his first game of the season after recovering well from toe surgery.
Josh Kennedy is also set to play in his 200th game for the club, after missing last week’s match with foot soreness.
West Coast will look to bounce back against GWS on Saturday night, in their first home game of the season.