WITH just two rounds remaining in the home and away season, Melbourne has put a line through Angus Brayshaw (foot) and James Jordon (finger) for 2020.

The decision was made to send Brayshaw home for surgery, with the midfielder set to be sidelined for two to three months, while Jordon’s setback comes after advice from the hand surgeon.

As announced in Simon Goodwin’s press conference on Friday, James Harmes will miss another week with hamstring tightness, while Nathan Jones (quad) and Luke Jackson (hamstring) remain out of contention for selection.

In positive news, Tom Sparrow, who broke his collarbone against the Western Bulldogs in Round 12, has made a speedy recovery and is available to play this weekend.

Watch below as performance manager Darren Burgess provides an update on the club’s full injury list.

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Injury Report | Round 17 preview

Darren Burgess takes us through the injury list in the lead up to our match against GWS.

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Injury List

Tom Sparrow

Collarbone | Available

James Harmes

Hamstring | 1 Week

Luke Jackson

Hamstring | 1-2 Weeks

Nathan Jones

Quad | 1-2 Weeks

Angus Brayshaw

Foot | Season

James Jordon

Finger | Season

Harry Petty

Groin | Season

Kade Kolodjashnij

Head | Indefinite

Aaron Nietschke

Knee | Season