PHOTO: Hayley Raso to be monitored during the week | Credit: Joseph Mayers Photography

Whether Hayley Raso suits up for her second grand final will be a day by day proposition, says Brisbane Roar.

The 19 year old suffered concussion on the weekend after a heavy clash with Canberra United's Ashleigh Sykes.

The head clash just prior to half time both speedsters down with Raso substituted just prior to the break and Sykes just after.

“Hayley’s feeling much better now than she did on Saturday night,” head coach Belinda Wilson.

“She’s been checked by the club doctor and she’s okay so she’ll do non-contact training sessions tomorrow and Wednesday."

Raso, who returned to her home state after two seasons with their semi final opponent Canberra United, has worked her way into the strong starting XI of the five time grand finalists.

The Young Matildas striker has played all 13 matches, scored four goals and become a crucial part of Wilson's forward structure.

“If she comes through the week with no issues, she will be up for selection for the Grand Final.”

W-League 2014 Grand Final

Melbourne Victory v Brisbane Roar

Sunday, 23 February 2014

Lakeside Stadium, Melbourne

Kick-off: 3pm local time/2pm Brisbane time