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West Coast Eagles vs Hawthorn Hawks: AFL live scores

16th August, 2020
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West Coast Eagles

81

Match Complete

Hawthorn

49

21
WCE81 : 49HAW

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16th August, 2020
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West Coast Eagles

81

Match Complete

Hawthorn

49

Fourth Quarter
N. Reid21:23
J. Cripps16:09
13:14J. Worpel
N. Reid8:30
5:32J. Gunston
2:11J. O'Meara
B. Sheppard26:21
22:26C. Glass
Rushed21:23
L. Ryan18:31
Rushed16:20
12:59T. O'Brien
10:19J. Gunston
8:56J. Gunston
7:53Rushed
J. Darling5:52
J. J. Kennedy3:26
2:11J. Impey
J. J. Kennedy0:44
25:42Rushed
J. Cripps20:06
15:15T. Mitchell
J. J. Kennedy14:19
11:59S. Burgoyne
J. Darling7:54
6:00L. Shiels
3:55H. Morrison
O. Allen1:46
L. Ryan21:52
J. Darling17:03
L. Ryan10:58
Rushed9:24
T. Kelly3:12
J. J. Kennedy1:43
D. Sheed0:54

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The third game of footy at Optus Stadium for the weekend is also perhaps the most intriguing, as the West Coast Eagles host the Hawthorn Hawks in Perth. Join The Roar for live scores from 6:10pm (AEST).

The Perth hub has been a whirlwind few weeks for the Hawks, as they have split the points in two clashes here so far. The first, a brilliant win over Carlton in a game they were on track to lose, was emblematic of Hawthorn’s ability to not fully collapse in form.

The second was a terrible performance – they might have only lost by 16 points, but they were never really in the game against Freo, losing to the Dockers for the first time in six years.

The Eagles have been in sensational form lately, winning six straight, including comfortable wins over Collingwood and Geelong to make their way back into premiership contention.

West Coast’s last clash was a competitive encounter over Carlton, their second in succession after a brilliant win over Geelong. The Eagles haven’t yet secured a top-four placing though, a pursuit in which a win today would aid.

Adam Simpson’s side have been dominant at their Perth home this year, holding a clean slate of wins at Optus. The Hawks managed the Carlton win but the Freo loss was their first loss here in their history.

Game information

Opening bounce: 6:10pm (AEST)
Venue: Optus Stadium, Perth
TV: Fox Sports, Seven (WA only)
Live stream: Kayo Sports, Foxtel, AFL Live Pass

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