Key Hawthorn duo Jordan Lewis and Clinton Young will be available for the AFL preliminary final after they completed Tuesday's heavy training session.
The pair were major omissions from the side that beat Collingwood two weekends ago in the qualifying final and are set to return for Saturday's twilight final against Adelaide at the MCG.
Lewis was a late withdrawal with a tight hamstring and Young had a calf injury.
Assistant coach Adam Simpson said the Hawks had a solid hitout on Tuesday after the qualifying final win gave them the week off.
"They trained well - for a week off I think there's plenty of energy out there and we did a bit today," Simpson said.
"We had a good blowout and those two (Lewis and Young) will be available this week.
"The way the guys have trained, it seems to be they're pretty mature about the week and have embraced the week off.
"The focus is pretty strong."
Defender Tom Murphy looms as one of the omissions as Lewis and Young return.
While the Crows have growing injury concerns, Hawthorn have minimal personnel problems and will start the clash as strong favourites.
Defender Brent Guerra (hamstring) is desperately trying to prove his fitness should the Hawks make the grand final.
Forward Brendan Whitecross needed a knee reconstruction after he was injured early in the qualifying final.