Australian Football League Live Western Bulldogs vs Fremantle Dockers Stream AFL 2016 Seasons Week 01 math will be kick off at Etihad Stadium, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Sunday 27 March 2016 online, 01.10 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
Easter Sunday football starts with Fremantle travelling over from the Wild West for a lunch date with the Western Bulldogs. The Dockers were so close to returning to the Grand Final last year that their expectations this year include a premiership, while the Bulldogs took such giant strides forward last year they will want to continue improving and attempting to become a top four team.
Fremantle have won their last four encounters against the Western Bulldogs including the last three at Etihad Stadium. The Dockers have won those four contests by 38, 28, 38 and 13 points.
Fremantle won 17 games last season before being knocked out in the Preliminary Final by Hawthorn. The Bulldogs won 14 games last season and were eliminated by Adelaide in the elimination final.
In their one match-up last season, Matthew Pavlich kicked five goals for the Dockers and Troy Dickson kicked seven goals for the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs were fourth in goals per game last year at 14.1, while the Dockers were 11th with 12.2 goals per game. Fremantle played three games at Etihad last year for a 2-1 clip. The Bulldogs were 11-2 at Etihad last year and are currently on a nine game winning streak at the Docklands.
There will not be too many games this year where you will be able to get Fremantle at over $2. The Dockers won 17 games last season and until The Wolf has reason to doubt them, he’s not passing up the money on offer.
B: Matthew Boyd, Marcus Adams, Dale Morris
HB: Matthew Suckling, Easton Wood, Robert Murphy
C: Lachie Hunter, Koby Stevens, Jason Johannisen
HF: Liam Picken, Jake Stringer, Jack Macrae
F: Luke Dahlhaus, Tom Boyd, Caleb Daniel
Foll: Jordan Roughead, Marcus Bontempelli, Mitch Wallis
Int: Toby McLean, Josh Dunkley, Tom Liberatore, Shane Biggs, Tory Dickson, Jack Redpath, Lin Jong
B: Garrick Ibbotson, Zac Dawson, Lee Spurr
HB: Stephen Hill, Michael Johnson, Thommy Sheridan
C: Cameron Sutcliffe, David Mundy, Danyle Pearce
HF: Michael Walters, Matthew Pavlich, Nat Fyfe
F: Zac Clarke, Chris Mayne, Hayden Ballantyne
Foll: Jonathon Griffin, Nick Suban, Lachie Neale
Int: Michael Barlow, Matt Taberner, Alex Silvagni, Lachie Weller, Clancee Pearce, Matt De Boer, Tendai Mzungu