BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 04: Tim English of the Bulldogs celebrates a goal during the round 20 AFL match between the Brisbane Lions and the Western Bulldogs at The Gabba on August 04, 2019 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

The Western Bulldogs are set to welcome back Tim English for Round 17's clash against Sydney after two weeks without their young star.

English suffered a concussion during Round 14's win over GWS, with the club then taking a cautious approach with the ruckman after exiting concussion protocols.

The 24-year-old has been in excellent form so far in 2022, recently rewarded with a new two-year contract extension to tie him to Whitten Oval until the end of 2024.

When asked about the English's return while speaking to media on Tuesday, Bulldogs coach Luke Beveridge confirmed that the young gun would likely be available for selection, alongside Ed Richards.

"They should be available," Beveridge said.

"Big session today for us and they'll get through and be available for selection."

The Bulldogs coach also holds no serious concerns for Adam Treloar, who pulled up sore with hamstring tightness after Round 16's loss to Brisbane, revealing that he was expected to play.

"He should be fine. He's pulled up all right and he'll train today and gear up for the game," Beveridge said.

The Bulldogs have an eight day turnaround before facing Sydney on Friday night as they aim to keep their finals chances alive, now sitting just one game behind the eighth placed Swans.