Port Adelaide veteran Travis Boak has been cleared of serious injury following a brutal collision with West Coast defender Jeremy McGovern during Friday's practice match at Lathlain Park.

The 34-year-old did not return to the field following the second-quarter collision, with Boak in agony as he slowly left the track under the assistance of medical staff.

The club confirmed on Saturday that Boak will require further assessment in the coming days after suffering "extensive bruising around his ribs and lung area", but has avoided a significant setback from the collision.

"Port Adelaide midfielder Travis Boak has been cleared of any serious injury following a marking collision during the second quarter of last night's match simulation against West Coast at Mineral Resources Park," a club statement read.

"Boak underwent tests last night which confirmed no fracture but extensive bruising around his ribs and lung area.

"He will continue to be assessed in the coming days ahead of the club's final pre-season game against Fremantle on Thursday."

Port Adelaide are set to remain in Western Australia for the coming week as they turn their attention to their second pre-season hitout against Fremantle, scheduled for Thursday afternoon.

While Boak will remain under an injury cloud ahead of the match, Power are set to see Zak Butters, Darcy Byrne-Jones and Charlie Dixon return from their own injuries.

Dixon was expected to feature against the Eagles on Friday before being ruled out prior to the opening bounce, with the key forward battling bruised intercostal muscles.

Trent Dumont (calf), Jeremy Finlayson (syndesmosis), Josh Sinn (hamstring) and Ollie Lord (lacerated kidney) remain in the casualty ward for Port Adelaide.

Meanwhile, their cross-town rivals in Adelaide came away with ailments of their own on Friday afternoon, with young defender Josh Worrell suffering a suspected hamstring injury early into the Crows' clash with Fremantle.

Worrell did not return to the field after suffering the complaint, with the injury believed to be a recurrence of a troublesome hamstring that has hampered the young Crow in the past.

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New captain Jordan Dawson also came away with a number of knocks from the win over the Dockers, with a knee complaint hampering the defensive-minded midfielder.

News Corp have reported that the Crows do not expected Dawson to require time on the sidelines.

Adelaide will face West Coast for their second pre-season clash, scheduled for Friday, March 3.