PERTH, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 27: Tim English of the Bulldogs and Rory Lobb of the Dockers contest the ruck during the round 6 AFL match between Fremantle and the Western Bulldogs at Optus Stadium on April 27, 2019 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

Rory Lobb is a chance to line up for Fremantle for Friday night's clash against the reigning premiers at Optus Stadium, training well with teammates on Monday morning, per reports from

Lobb was sorely missed during Round 19's draw with Richmond as he dealt with a shoulder complaint, but looms as a likely inclusion for the Demons clash after running laps and completing drills with no strapping.

Meanwhile, skipper Nat Fyfe was a noticeable absence on the training track after failing to play out Friday night's match against Richmond. Fyfe was substituted from the game in the third term with a hamstring injury, but has now undergone scans to determine the severity.

The 30-year-old has managed just six games this year as injury continues to wreak havoc on his season, now set for time on the sidelines with his latest setback.

Speaking to media when he arrived back home in Perth, Fyfe said the injury was "pretty garden variety", remaining optimistic that the injury wasn't major.

“It feels pretty garden variety but you never quite know with a hamstring. It’s the first time I’ve done the left so I’ll cross my fingers it’s a good result,” Fyfe said.

“The fact I’m walking today is a pretty good sign. I’ll go and get scanned tomorrow morning and hope for the best.”

Fyfe is expected to miss at least two games as Fremantle continue their journey towards finals football, with Round 23 looming as the reported return date for the skipper.

Alex Pearce was also missing from the training track on Monday morning after suffering a rolled ankle on Friday night, but reported that the club was confident the key defender will be right to take on Melbourne in four days time.