Richmond has confirmed star forward Tom Lynch will be right for week one of finals after suffering a groin complaint in Saturday night's win over Essendon.

Lynch has undergone scans after finishing the 66-point win on the bench, with the club confirming that the 29-year-old will be fit to feature in Richmond's upcoming elimination final against Brisbane.

"His scans were good" Richmond's performance manager Peter Burge said on Monday.

"He will be available to play in our first final with the extra week's break."

The gun forward kicked five goals in the Tigers win before heading to the bench, finishing second in the Coleman Medal race, just two goals behind Carlton's Charlie Curnow.

Lynch has managed 18 games so far this season, dealing with a hamstring issue that left him sidelined mid-season.

Elsewhere at the Tigers, Dustin Martin is likely to return for the do or die clash against the Lions as he continues to recover from a hamstring injury, with the pre-finals bye giving the star additional time to get ready.

Richmond will face Brisbane in an elimination final on Thursday, September 1 at the Gabba, scheduled to begin at 7:20pm AEST.