Collingwood skipper Scott Pendlebury is a chance of playing this weekend after scans cleared him of serious injury.
Pendlebury went down with an ankle sprain in the win over Brisbane, failing to play out the game.
There were fears the injury was more serious, with the skipper going in for scans, but those scans came up clear.
Collingwood general manager of football Geoff Walsh says Pendlebury's only worry is bruising.
"Scott is out of the protective boot he wore home from Brisbane and the upshot is that he has bruising to his ankle and lower shin," he said.
"He has been cleared of anything more serious than that, which is pleasing, and he is a chance to play against the Cats.
"We will obviously need to see how he negotiates the remainder of the training week."
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