CARLTON defender Sam Durdin is expected to be sidelined for the next month with a medial ligament injury.

Durdin left the field during the fourth quarter of Thursday night’s game against Richmond and was unable to play out the game.

He underwent scans on Friday morning which confirmed the injury, which at this stage will likely rule the key defender out until approximately Round 19.

Jack Martin was subbed out of the game in the fourth quarter with calf tightness. At this stage he is expected to be a test to play next Saturday’s game against Fremantle.




Adam Cerra Hamstring Subbed out in the first quarter against Essendon, with scans confirming a low-grade strain.
Expected to miss the next two games. (Update: 14 June) 
David Cuningham Knee Has been restricted in his training loads for a number of weeks due to calf tightness.
Current focus is on running program and light skills: plan is to have him available late in season. (Update: 30 May) 
Ed Curnow Calf Returns to the ball program this week.
Availability will be determined at how quickly he adapts to skills program in coming weeks. (Update: 14 June) 
Sam Durdin Knee Underwent scans on Friday 17 June which confirmed a medial ligament injury.
Will likely be ruled out until approximately Round 19. (Update: 17 June) 
Caleb Marchbank Knee Further specialist consultation confirmed a meniscus tear, which led to surgery.
Expected to be available in 6-8 weeks. (Update: 14 June) 
Jack Martin Calf Subbed out in the fourth quarter against Richmond with calf tightness. 
Expected to be a test for next week's clash with Fremantle. (Update: 17 June) 
Oscar McDonald Back Was placed on the Inactive list last week after being ruled out for the season with a back stress fracture. (Update: 30 May) 
Mitch McGovern Hamstring It has been almost a month since completing surgery on his injured hamstring.
Mitch is back into his running program and is where he is expected to be at this stage of his recovery.
A timeline on his return has not changed and at this stage is expected to be six to eight weeks away. (Update: 30 May) 
Luke Parks Foot Rehab is currently focused on gym work.
Remains a chance to play late in the season. (Update: 30 May) 
Marc Pittonet Knee Progressing really well and is back in the heavy conditioning and running program in the last few days.
At this stage the aim is for him to be available to play in four weeks. (Update: 14 June) 
Jacob Weitering AC joint Recovered well after surgery, with focus now on getting strength back.
Back running this week and is expected to be back within a month. (Update: 14 June) 
Zac Williams Calf Two weeks removed from sustaining the high-grade calf strain in Round 9. 
Timeline on recovery has not changed, aiming to be available to play late in the season. (Update: 30 May)