Following last Sunday's victory over the Hawks, AFL Media's Michael Whiting takes a look at what changes could be on the cards for the Round 10 clash against the Swans at the Gabba:
A number of players have been excelling at the NEAFL level to keep the pressure on the Senior team, including Ryan Lester and Cedric Cox, but they might need to wait another week or two.
There was a couple of quieter performances against the Hawks, but everyone certainly did their job. Allen Christensen bounced back to form, gathering 24 touches, five marks and a goal.
There's good news again this week out of the Lions' medical room - no dramas for the team with the shortest injury list in the competition.
The verdict? No point changing a winning line-up, and it's likely that the Lions won't.
2/3 of our rehab group smashing out a 3km time trial this morning! pic.twitter.com/fH1E9cqEcn— Brisbane Lions (@brisbanelions) May 22, 2018
AFL Media's Adam Curley takes a look at the potential Swans outfit:
Dan Robinson, Nic Newman, Harry Marsh and Darcy Cameron continue to put pressure on the Senior side and dominated the NEAFL last week.
With an easy win over the Dockers, it's unlikely there will be movement at selection this week.
Lance Franklin (bruised heel) continues to be monitored but he pulled up well last week and will play more minutes against Brisbane. Zak Jones was cleared of concussion and is right to play the Lions.
The verdict? No changes this week.