Collingwood is sweating on scan results on Taylor Adams after the vice-captain left the training track early on Friday.
Adams collided with teammate John Noble during the session before grabbing at his hamstring and taking no further part in training thereafter in scenes captured by Channel 7.
The midfielder is set to undergo scans, with the Magpies to provide an update on him in due course ahead of the club’s preliminary final against either Port Adelaide or GWS next weekend.
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The 29-year old has played in every game this season bar missing Collingwood’s Anzac Day clash with Essendon through suspension.
It comes after Adams missed last year’s preliminary final against Sydney due to a nasty groin injury.
The Pies are otherwise virtually set to be at full strength, with Nick Daicos set to return from a knee injury that’s sidelined him since Round 22 in a huge boost for Craig McRae’s side.
Skipper Darcy Moore meanwhile moved freely at training on Friday with a strapped wrist as he manages a hand issue, but isn’t believed to be in any doubt for next week.
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