Sydney have released an injury update on some in doubt Swans heading into Saturday's grand final, confirming that both Sam Reid and Justin McInerney are progressing well despite missing training on Tuesday.
Reid failed to play out Sydney's preliminary final win over Collingwood last weekend, subbed at half time after suffering adductor tightness with scans earlier in the week confirming he had suffered a low-grade adductor strain.
McInerney meanwhile, suffered a rolled ankle in the fourth term of the prelim win and was managed on Tuesday, but is expected to train in Thursday's main session.
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Head of Physiotherapy and Medical Services Damian Raper gave an update on the pair to club media.
"In the Preliminary Final against Collingwood, Sam Reid was subbed out of the game at half time. He had some tightness in his right adductor in the second quarter and we decided not to take any risks with him injuring it in the second half," Raper said.
He has had some follow up imaging this week which was encouraging and he is progressing as expected.
"Justin McInerney rolled his ankle in the fourth quarter but received strapping on the bench and returned to finish the game off without issues."