MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 15: Nic Naitanui of the Eagles looks on during the 2018 AFL round 17 match between the Collingwood Magpies and the West Coast Eagles at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on July 15, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images)

West Coast are set to regain up to four players for Saturday afternoon's clash against Adelaide at the Adelaide Oval.

Premiership players Luke Shuey, Jack Darling, former Blue Sam Petrevski-Seton and Luke Edwards are in the frame to bolster a depleted Eagles outfit looking to register its second win of the season.

Hamstring/ankle injuries have kept Shuey on the sidelines since Round 6 against Port Adelaide, while Darling has missed the past month after sustaining a fractured arm against Gold Coast in Round 9.

Petrevski-Seton, in his second season with the Eagles, has missed the last five games due to a bruised cork, whilst concussion put Edwards in the league's mandatory 12-day concussion protocols after sustaining a head knock against Essendon in Round 11.

Speaking to the club's website, West Coast Head of Health Mark Finucane said all four players will need to get through the main training session to be available for selection.

"Luke (Shuey), Luke (Edwards) and Samo (Petrevski-Seton) just have to get through main training this week to be available for the weekend," Finucane said.

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - JULY 24: Luke Shuey of the Eagles looks on after being defeated during the round 19 AFL match between the West Coast Eagles and the St Kilda Saints at Optus Stadium on July 24, 2022 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

"All have progressed through their respective rehabilitation programs.

"Jack's been an absolute pro in looking after his arm so he's actually pushing to play this weekend. He's got to get through training later in the week and then he might be a chance to play against Adelaide.

The Eagles will be without former skipper Shannon Hurn for 2-3 weeks (hamstring), while Connor West (knee), young ruckman Callum Jamieson (hip), Elijah Hewett (concussion), and Tom Barrass (hip), who will miss a second straight game after being a late withdrawal from the Collingwood clash, will also miss.

Barrass will be ready to return after the club's Round 14 bye.

"Unfortunately, 'TB' felt a grab in his hip in Captain's Run. With the timing just prior to the (last) weekend's game it's going to be too tight for this weekend, so we're looking at TB returning after the bye," Finucane said.

In other Eagles injury news, intercept defender Jeremy McGovern is making efficient progress from a high-grade hamstring injury sustained in the Western Derby clash against Fremantle in Round 3.

Meanwhile, ruckman Nic Naitanui's season is over after visiting a specialist to assess an ongoing Achilles issue which has seen him not feature this season.

Speaking to media on Wednesday, coach Adam Simpson confirmed the news, reamioning hopeful the veteran could make a full recover for 2024.

"He was going okay. Then he stagnated," Simpson told reporters.

"He had another scan, it wasn't good. So he will have surgery and it will be a long stint out.

"The season is out of the question, but he can make a full recovery. I have been told he is unavailable for the season."

Naitanui's absence will only strengthen the chances of first-year ruckman Harry Barnett making his debut this year, with Jamieson also unavailable to leave Bailey Williams as the club's only experienced ruckman.

Simpson said Barnett will be named in the squad for the trip to SA, with the teenager in the mix for selection.

"He is in the squad. He is 18," Simpson said of the South Australian.

:He will take a while to mature to the level he needs to. He is in the mix."

Liam Duggan, who has been managing an illness this week, won't be available for the trip to the City of Churches after deciding not to appeal his one-match ban for a dangerous tackle on Collingwood's Taylor Adams

West Coast are dealing with a lengthy injury list which includes Liam Ryan (hamstring), Isiah Winder (knee), Jamaine Jones (ankle), Jai Culley (knee), Jamie Cripps (ankle), Tom Cole (ankle) and Coby Burgiel (hamstring).