Adelaide expect in-form AFL forward Taylor Walker to overcome a calf strain and play against Hawthorn on Sunday.
Walker, who leads the league’s goalkicking with 22 majors from five games, is carrying a “low-grade” calf injury, the Crows’ head of football Adam Kelly says.
The veteran forward had his injured calf heavily strapped at halftime of Adelaide’s 12-point loss to Fremantle last Sunday.
“Tex carried a low-grade calf strain into the game,” Kelly told the club’s website.
“Pleasingly he got through the game fine.
“That (injury) will continue to be monitored throughout the week with the expectation he will play…