Australian Football League Live Hawthorn Hawks vs West Coast Eagles Live Stream Free, AFL 2018 Regular Seasons Week 10 AFL Stream. Hawthorn Hawks vs West Coast Eagles match will be kickoff at Etihad Stadium, Melbourne,Victoria, Australia, Sunday 27 May 2018 online, 13:10 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
The Hawthorn Hawks take on the West Coast Eagles on Sunday May 27, one of three AFL games for the day.
The Round 10 encounter pits the 9th placed Hawks up against the Eagles, who are setting the pace in top position on the ladder and the action gets underway at 1.10PM. Fox Footy will broadcast the game.
Hawthorn have lost their past two games and come off a 56 point loss at the hands of the previously winless Brisbane. Prior to that they went down to Sydney by nine points at the MCG.
West Coast’s season just keeps getting better. After losing their first match of the season, they have since won eight in a row and the Eagles come off a 47 point win over last year’s premiers, Richmond.
The Eagles have dominated their opposition by playing a long and direct game and a number of their taller players are in brilliant form. Jack Darling and Josh Kennedy are averaging six goals per game between them per game, while Nic Natanui has been influential in the ruck.
After conceding 20 goals to Brisbane, Hawthorn will have their work cut out in trying to stop Kennedy and Darling. However, the Hawks can match the Eagles in the middle of the ground. Tom Mitchell continues to find a stack of the footy and leads the competition for disposals, while Isaac Smith is in great form on the wing.
Alistair Clarkson will need his side to capitalise up forward, however, and after kicking just 21 goals in the past two weeks he will need more from the likes of Jarryd Roughead and Luke Breust, who have been a tad quiet of late.
Another loss for Hawthorn will see their win-loss record slip to 5-5 after a 5-2 start. A win will see them well and truly back in the frame in what is a bottleneck for top eight spots. An Eagles win will see the Perth based side take one step closer to securing a top four spot in September.
B: Morrison, Stratton, Frawley
HB: Duryea, Sicily, Hardwick
C: Smith, Impey, Gunston
HF: Shiels, Lewis, Breust
F: Burgoyne, Roughead, O’Meara
FOLL: McEvoy, Puopolo, Mitchell
I/C: Mirra, Cousins, Henderson, Burton
EMG: Schoenmakers, Ceglar, Glass, Langford
IN: Frawley, O’Meara
OUT: Brand, Worpel
West Coast Eagles:
B: Hurn, Barrass, Duggan
HB: Jetta, McGovern, Sheppard
C: Cripps, Yeo, Masten
HF: Sheed, Darling, Rioli
F: Lycett, Kennedy, LeCras
FOLL: Naitanui, Redden, Gaff
I/C: Cole, Waterman, Hutchings, Ah Chee
EMG: Brander, Allen, Nelson, Ainsworth