Australian Football League Live Western Bulldogs vs St Kilda Saints Stream Free, AFL 2017 Seasons Week 10. Western Bulldogs vs St Kilda Saints match will be kickoff at Etihad Stadium, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Saturday 27 May 2017 online, 13:45 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
One of the big games of AFL Round 10 will be when the Western Bulldogs take on St Kilda on Saturday May 27 at 1.45PM.
The Etihad Stadium co-tenants are evenly poised on the ladder and securing a win is vital for both sides as we head towards the mid season bye.
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Both sides have won five of their nine games to date and it is the Western Bulldogs that sit in 8th position on the ladder, just shading the Saints, who are 9th.
The Bulldogs went down to Geelong last weekend by 23 points, while St Kilda were no match for Sydney, succumbing to the tune of 50 points at Etihad Stadium.
Little separates the two sides in a number of statistical measures this year, including goals scored as well as disposals, clearances and hitouts.
The Bulldogs enter in as $1.50 favourites and have arguably had the harder draw of the two sides, while punters will not be forgetting the fact that they claimed the premiership in 2016.
Luke Beveridge’s side will need big games from the likes of Marcus Bontempelli and Luke Dahlhaus, who were slightly down on their usual output last weekend, while the premiers will need someone to stand up inside forward 50.
Jack Redpath has been solid in his two games back from injury and while Travis Cloke raked in nine marks against the Cats, he never really posed a threat in that match.
At the other end of the ground, the Saints will look for Nick Riewoldt, who has a tremendous record against the Dogs and it will be interesting to see just which combination Alan Richardson goes with. Last weekend it was Tim Membrey and Paddy McCartin that played deep but that pair could only combine for three goals.
Other key players for the Saints include Sebastian Ross and Jack Steven, who both sit in the top 20 of the competition for average disposals, while the Bulldogs highest ranked player is Luke Dahlhaus at 30.
The winner of this game will be inside the top eight at the end of the round, while the loser will be amongst the throng in the chasing pack. Both sides will be going hammer and tong to secure a win as they head into the bye in Round 11.
B: Dale Morris, Marcus Adams, Jason Johannisen
HB: Robert Murphy, Easton Wood, Bailey Williams
C: Lachie Hunter, Luke Dahlhaus, Jack Macrae
HF: Caleb Daniel, Tim English, Clay Smith
F: Lin Jong, Jake Stringer, Liam Picken
FOL: Tom Boyd, Marcus Bontempelli, Mitch Wallis
I/C: Matthew Suckling, Shane Biggs, Tory Dickson, Bailey Dale
EMG: Toby McLean, Fletcher Roberts, Jordan Roughead
IN: Tim English, Jake Stringer, Shane Biggs
OUT: Travis Cloke, Jack Redpath, Lukas Webb
St Kilda Saints:
B: Jarryn Geary, Nathan Brown, Daniel McKenzie
HB: Jack Newnes, Jake Carlisle, Dylan Roberton
C: Jack Billings, Jack Steele, Leigh Montagna
HF: Jade Gresham, Paddy McCartin, Maverick Weller
F: Jack Sinclair, Tim Membrey, Blake Acres
FOL: Billy Longer, Seb Ross, Jack Steven
I/C: Shane Savage, Sam Gilbert, Koby Stevens, Darren Minchington
EMG: Luke Dunstan, Jack Lonie, Josh Bruce
IN: Shane Savage, Darren Minchington
OUT: Luke Dunstan, Nick Riewoldt