Fraser McInnes of the second-place West Coast Eagles (13-3) looks like he’ll be out for the rest of the 2015 AFL season after suffering a severe hamstring injury last weekend while playing in the WAFL. McInnes had played seven games this year after making his AFL debut in the fourth round against the Brisbane Lions. However, he then lost his spot in the lineup when forward Jack Darling returned to the side. The Eagles are enjoying a fantastic year and there’s a good chance you’ll be able to back them later this season with a CrownBet AFL Grand Final Bonus Bet.
The 22-year-old McInnes was playing in the WAFL with East Perth and booted four goals on July 26th before suffering the hamstring injury. The Eagles aren’t sure the extent of the injury at this time, but Craig Vozzo, the club’s football manager, told the West Coast official website that it looks like it’s pretty bad and the player could be out for the rest of the campaign. A CrownBet AFL Grand Final Bonus Bet is the ideal way for bettors and fans to boost their yearly footy winnings. Vozzo remarked,
We’re getting it assessed at the moment with the surgeon, with possible surgery to follow. So we’ll know more about that in the next few days, but it’s looking like a longish-term injury at this stage.
Vozzo added that key defender Will Schofield might be back for the team’s 18th-round clash against the 17th-place Gold Coast Suns (2-14) at Metricon Stadium on Saturday, August 1st. Schofield injured his calf in the Eagles’ 52-point win over the Sydney Swans on July 26th. However, Jeremy McGovern has been ruled out for the game against the Suns, but he could be back for the team’s huge 19th-round showdown with the third-place Hawthorn Hawks. McGovern suffered a hamstring injury in a recent match against the Collingwood Magpies. Don’t forget to look over the latest wagering odds and options before making your pick for a CrownBet AFL Grand Final Bonus Bet.