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Fremantle Dockers vs West Coast Eagles: AFL live scores

19th July, 2020
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Fremantle

32

Match Complete

West Coast Eagles

62

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Fremantle

32

Match Complete

West Coast Eagles

62

Fourth Quarter
14:05J. J. Kennedy
8:39J. J. Kennedy
R. Lobb4:57
R. Lobb2:37
17:33J. J. Kennedy
13:01J. Waterman
7:43Rushed
5:17J. J. Kennedy
1:00J. J. Kennedy
25:12J. Cripps
R. Lobb21:54
20:05J. Waterman
18:10J. Cameron
16:46J. J. Kennedy
11:24A. Gaff
4:37J. Darling
Rushed3:33
M. Frederick1:01
24:52J. Darling
19:21Rushed
M. Taberner16:08
M. Taberner10:20
5:22J. J. Kennedy
3:53J. J. Kennedy

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The biggest game of Round 7 is today’s Western Derby, as the Fremantle Dockers host bitter rivals the West Coast Eagles at Optus Stadium. Join The Roar for live scores from 6:35pm (AEST).

They’ve manfully battled the Queensland hubs for five weeks, and now both West Australian squads are back in Perth. In front of the largest crowd the league has seen this season, the perennial rivals are today contesting the Western Derby.

Freo’s record in derbies has been horrid in recent years – including a 91-point loss last year. Fortunately for the Dockers, their 2020 form has improved with hard-earned victories over Adelaide and St Kilda in the past fortnight.

The Eagles, too, are aiming to make it three on the trot after wins against Adelaide and Sydney in the last two weeks. The Eagles have not been as competitive as the Dockers have throughout the season, but do have a much healthier list.

Despite this being both teams’ home ground, the Eagles have a better home record since the venue’s opening. Fremantle is aiming to avoid losing their tenth Derby in succession, an effort that will be severely hampered by the loss of injured superstar Nat Fyfe and highly rated youngster Hayden Young.

In a further blow for the Dockers’ defensive unit, tall Griffin Logue has also been ruled out, but that loss is softened by the timely return of Brennan Cox.

West Coast welcome back captain Luke Shuey into their Derby line-up.

Game information

Opening bounce: 6:35pm (AEST)
Venue: Optus Stadium
TV: Fox Sports
Live stream: Kayo Sports, Foxtel, AFL Live Pass
Betting: Fremantle $3.45, West Coast Eagles $1.30

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Teams

Fremantle
B: J.Aish, B.Cox, E.Hughes
HB: S.Hill, L.Ryan, N.Wilson
C: A.Cerra, D.Tucker, B.Acres
HF: L.Schultz, R.Lobb, B.Bewley
F: T.Colyer, M.Taberner, M.Walters
Foll: S.Darcy, D.Mundy, A.Brayshaw
Bench (four to be omitted): L.Meek, B.Banfield, C.Serong, M.Frederick, B.Matera, C.Blakely, T.Watson, T.Duman

West Coast Eagles
B: L.Duggan, T.Barrass, B.Sheppard
HB: T.Cole, J.McGovern, S.Hurn
C: A.Gaff, T.Kelly, D.Sheed
HF: B.Ah Chee, J.Darling, J.Redden
F: L.Ryan, J.Kennedy, J.Cripps
Foll: N.Naitanui, E.Yeo, L.Shuey
Bench (four to be omitted): J.Waterman, O.Allen, N.Vardy, X.O’Neill, J.Nelson, B.Ainsworth, J.Rotham, J.Cameron

*TV refers to Victorian broadcasts. For other states, check your local guide

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