AFL EAGLES POWER
West Coast have confirmed they will be without gun midfielder Luke Shuey for up to three AFL games as he recovers from a hamstring injury.
Shuey injured his right hamstring just minutes into the Eagles' 42-point win over Port Adelaide at Optus Stadium on Saturday.
"The doctors have confirmed it is definitely a strain on the scan," Eagles football boss Craig Vozzo said.
"He'll miss two, possibly three weeks."
Shuey will definitely miss an away clash against Greater Western Sydney, a home game against Richmond and possibly a road trip to face Hawthorn at Etihad Stadium.
In other injury news, Lewis Jetta and Dom Sheed are still a week away with their respective calf and foot injuries.
"With Jetts, we're probably going to be a little bit more conservative this time given that he had a recurrence previously," Vozzo said.
"It'll hopefully be another week and we'll hopefully be in a position to look at him for selection next week.
"Dominic's making really good progress ... he's started his on-track work and slowly building that up.
"He'll probably be another week, possibly two, but we're hoping (for) next week."
Ruckman Nathan Vardy is still a fortnight away after aggravating an adductor in his return to football with East Perth.