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Carlton forward facing significant time on sidelines, duo set to be available for selection in Round 8

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Carlton forward Mitch McGovern is facing an extended period on the sidelines after injuring his hamstring in Sunday’s win over Essendon.

McGovern suffered the high-grade hamstring injury in the final minutes of the game, with the Blues confirming on Tuesday night that he’s set to miss between 8-10 weeks.

In better news for the club, both Jack Silvagni and Zac Williams are likely to be available for their Round 8 match against Western Bulldogs.

But Marc Murphy remains touch and go for the game after sustaining a neck injury at training last week.

“(Jack Silvagni will) train fully this week and put his hand up, he’s a test later in the week. He’s a good, strong chance to be out there,” Carlton Director of…



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