Convincing wins in Round 6 and no fresh injuries for both the AFL and NEAFL teams will cause selection headaches for the Lions coaching staff this week. 


The NEAFL team is four from four and plenty of players are mounting strong cases. 

Ben Keays kicked another four goals in a strong performance, while untried duo Toby Wooller and Corey Lyons again showed they're ready for a call-up.

Good news on injury front with Harris Andrews and Rhys Mathieson back in full training after missing the win over Gold Coast with hamstring injuries. 

Zac Bailey, who hurt his hamstring in round three, should also be available.


Superstar forward Lance Franklin was a late out last week with a minor hamstring issue, and has been ruled out of the trip to Brisbane this week. 

Robbie Fox (37 possessions and three goals) and Colin O'Riordan (40 disposals and 12 marks) dominated the NEAFL last week to keep the pressure on the selectors.

The Swans are hopeful Franklin will be OK to face Essendon in round eight, while veteran Kieren Jack (hip) might be available this week after missing the derby.