Collingwood will be hoping midfielder Taylor Adams is ready to go after being withdrawn late last Friday night with hamstring tightness.
According to AFL Media, Adams did not participate in training on Tuesday afternoon, likely putting him in doubt to face Gold Coast on Sunday.
Concussed defender Jordan Roughead also left the training track early and will have to be passed fit to play.
According to the Herald Sun, Roughead believed he was still playing for the Western Bulldogs after the concussion, arguing with teammate Brayden Maynard and reportedly asking “what the hell is Bevo (Luke Beveridge) doing” as he came to the bench.
The Pies will lose Jordan de Goey (hamstring) and Isaac Quaynor (foot) from last week’s side as their injury toll reaches new heights.
The club has described de Goey’s injury as minor, but he is listed as “TBC” on the official injury list.
Brayden Sier will also likely miss again with a calf injury, doing some individual running at training away from the main group.
In better news, Levi Greenwood seems likely to be available after missing two weeks with a hamstring, while John Noble (calf) also seems ready to return.