Bontempelli hurt his knee in the final minutes of the Bulldogs semi-final win over Brisbane. It seemed like a race against the clock was in order for the AFLPA MVP, but Beveridge says Bontempelli will be good to go.
“(He may have) an ache or dull pain," said Beveridge.
“He is playing, and he will move around like nothing happened."
The 2016 premiership coach said the Dogs wouldn't stand for such acts without response.
“You have got to remember Marcus comes from a really strong Irish-Italian heritage," said Beveridge.
"It’s a pretty formidable combination of mum and dad. If anything happens like that, there could be some retribution.
"But I am sure they [Power] won’t do that."
The Bulldogs will be without lively forward Cody Weightman who has been ruled out with concussion.
Weightman went off at half time last week with a head knock which was later confirmed as concussion.
“During the half time break we made the decision to remove him from the game,” Bulldogs head of sports medicine Chris Bell said, via the club's announcement.
“Subsequent testing has confirmed he does have some low-level concussion symptoms.
“He won’t play this week, but we’ll monitor Cody in the next couple of days to determine his availability.”