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Sydney Swans’ Kurt Tippett gets return date from injury

While some clubs in the top eight are appearing to falter with the finals only a month away, the same can’t be said for the Sydney Swans, whose premiership aspirations have lifted with the news of the imminent return of Kurt Tippett.
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A day after the Swans annihilated Port Adelaide it was confirmed that Tippett would come off the long-term injury list at the conclusion of round 21.

The coaching hierarchy are confident that the former Adelaide Crow will take his place in the Swans lineup in rounds 22 and 23.

Tippett suffered a hamstring problem more than two months ago, which required surgery. He was placed on the long-term injury list but, after a successful rehabilitation, Tippett will leave that list at the end of round 21.

Teammate Luke Parker says he will be a significant plus for the side heading to an arduous finals series.

“He’s done a lot of work and has really stepped up into some pretty strong, heavy running and he looks great,” Parker said.

“The intention is for him to get two full games in prior to the finals which would top him off perfectly.”

The Swans are just four points off Hawthorn at the top of the ladder and have the best percentage in the league. They are gathering significant momentum, according to Parker.

Meanwhile, Collingwood captain Scott Pendlebury looks set to be an unlikely starter for Friday night’s game against the Bulldogs.

Pendlebury appeared to injure and in a scrimmage in the final quarter in the Pies’ loss to Richmond and had to leave the ground.

The Magpie star was not on crutches and was able to leave the MCG on foot. However, tests in the next few days will determine his availability for the next few weeks.

And Brownlow medallist Dane Swan has told Collingwood he will make a final decision on his future at the end of this season.

Swan has missed most of the 2016 season due to a foot ailment suffered in round one and it seems a decision on whether he goes plays in 2017 will be made after consulting his medical advisers.

North Melbourne forward Ben Brown, who looked to have his season derailed by a knee injury on Saturday night, was more confident on Sunday of an optimistic prognosis.

He said the leg felt “a lot better” on Sunday and was hopeful that scans would deliver good news.

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