GEELONG skipper Joel Selwood appears likely to be on deck for the clash against North Melbourne this weekend.
The veteran suffered a corked quad early in the first quarter of his side's impressive win over reigning premier Richmond last weekend and didn't finish the game.
"We think so. We're not exactly sure but the signs are looking okay," Geelong coach Chris Scott said when asked if Selwood would play on Saturday in Hobart.
"He was hobbling around for the few days post-game. It's a wait-and-see approach. He's not bad enough for us to rule him out just yet.
"Besides the cork his body is really good. It'll come down to the cork and whether he's right to play and assessing the risk."
Scott said he faced some selection headaches towards the pointy end of the season, describing his squad as being in "pretty good shape" overall health-wise.