NORWOOD should regain the services of key forward Luke Surman and wingman Ben Jefferies ahead of their Round 14 clash with Sturt at Unley.
Surman has been nursing a dislocated elbow since the win at Woodville in Round 7, however will put his hand up for selection this weekend.
The 21-year old has made an immediate impact for the Redlegs in 2018, having kicked 15 goals in seven games.
It will be match committee who will ultimately decide whether Surman comes back through either the League or Reserve side.
In further good news for Norwood, Triple Premiership Player Ben Jefferies is also likely to return to action this week.
Jefferies has overcome a knee injury ankle and will put his hand up for selection.
Small forward Simon Phillips looks ready to go this weekend after limping off Alberton Oval a fortnight ago with a sprained ankle.
Caleb Edmead will come into consideration after a couple of strong showings in the Reserves, while key defender Patrick Levicki will also look to regain his spot in the League side.
Norwood will look to record their ninth win in a row this weekend against the reigning Premiers Sturt at Unley Oval.