Curnow suffered the injury in the opening minutes of Sunday’s game, with Director of High-Performance Andrew Russell telling the club’s website Curnow should return in the timeframe.
“Charlie’s got a medial ligament knee injury which is what we thought on the day, the MRI confirmed that,” Russell said.
“We think he’ll miss three or four games.”
“Patrick will be a test this week — he ran today and moved quite well. He’s a chance to play and we’ll see how he holds up under a bit of footy load later in the week,” Russell said.
David Cunningham will also face a test, while Harry McKay will miss another week.