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Scott Selwood in action at Geelong’s open training session yesterday. (krockfootball.com.au/Al Packer)

GEELONG midfielder Scott Selwood has labelled himself just a “one per cent chance” of recovering from a hamstring injury for Sunday’s clash with Fremantle at Simonds Stadium.

Selwood left the ground during the second half of the Cats’ loss to West Coast on Thursday night and didn’t return.

“I got a little tear in my hamstring,” Selwood told K rock’s Fresh Daily.

“(But) I got pretty good scans results to say it’s not too bad and hopefully I won’t miss too much footy.

“I’m going to try and push to play as soon as possible.”

Selwood and youngster Nakia Cockatoo both suffered hamstring damage.

“That’s Nakia’s second hamstring in four weeks, so he’ll probably spend a bit more out than what I will,” Selwood said.

“They’ll (medical staff) make sure that it’s really ready to go so it’s good to go for the back half of the season.

“Nakia’s probably got a bit of a different path to me, but hopefully we can get him back as quickly as possible as well.”

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