Greater Western Sydney trio Toby Greene, Steve Johnson and Zac Williams are all unlikely to face Hawthorn on Saturday in Launceston.
Greene and Williams are battling ankle and hamstring injuries respectively and did not feature in the draw against Geelong on the weekend, while Johnson is battling general soreness.
“He's pretty sore, he’s 50-50 to play,” Cameron said of Johnson.
“He (Greene) is taking longer than what we thought, he's less a chance of playing.”
Cameron said Williams would be monitored closely in his recovery too, but stated that the injury was on the minor end of the scale.
The Giants are already missing Stephen Coniglio (ankle), Ryan Griffen (ankle), Jacob Hopper (finger), Brett Deledio (calf), Adam Kennedy (knee), Matt Buntine (knee) and Tim Taranto (ankle) for the clash with the Hawks.
Despite their shocking run with injuries, GWS are still on top of the ladder but they must beat the Hawks to stay there otherwise they could be overtaken by both Adelaide and Geelong who face the Bulldogs and Lions respectively this weekend.