Australian Football League Live Gold Coast Suns vs Fremantle Dockers Stream AFL 2015 Seasons Week 11 math will be kick off at Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast ,Carrara, Queensland, Australia Saturday 13 June 2015 online, 13.40pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
The Fremantle Dockers head to the Gold Coast looking to get back on the winners list after suffering their first defeat of the year against Richmond last week. The train-wreck that is Gold Coast’s 2015 season is spluttering towards a much needed bye.
The Fremantle Dockers are likely to swap Michael Johnson (hamstring) for Alex Pearce. The Suns could welcome back Charlie Dixon, Sam Day, Nick Malceski and Harley Bennell. Steven May (groin) needs to pass a fitness test to take his place.
The Fremantle Dockers lost their first match of 2015 in round 10 to Richmond. They rank second for least amount of points conceded and sixth for most points scored. The dismal Suns are last for total points and 16th for most points against this season. They are 0-6 (2-4 against the line) vs top eight teams this year though those two covers have come in the past two weeks against Hawthorn and Sydney.
Fremantle have won all four of their contests against Gold Coast by an average of 38-points. The Suns have covered the line in one of those four matches. Gold Coast is 14-13 (16-11 at the line) at Metricon Stadium in the last three seasons – 8-8 (10-6 against the line) in 2014-15. The Suns are 2-18 (6-14 against the line) without Gary Ablett in the side. The Dockers are 22-15-1 (21-17 against the line) when playing away from Perth under Ross Lyon and are 2-0 (1-1 against the line) playing at the Gold Coast. Their last two match-ups have totalled under 158.5 points (the current total game score line). Freo is 7-3 (4-6 against the line) following a loss in 2013-14.
Yes, the Suns have covered two straight lines with losses of 53-points (to Hawthorn) and 52-points (to Sydney) but they will be hard pressed to make it three in a row. They have averaged just 46 points per game in the last month and against one of the best defensive teams they will struggle to score again this weekend. The Dockers will be hell-bent on returning to their winning ways and should rack up another big win this weekend. If there’s any rain around, pile in to the unders too.
Gold Coast Suns:
B: A.Saad, H.Schade, K.Kolodjashnij
HB: C.Cameron, J.Leslie, J.Lonergan
C: L.Russell, T.McKenzie, A.Raines
HF: D.Stanley, TJ.Lynch, J.Harbrow
F: P.Wright, C.Dixon, T.Miller
Foll: T.Nicholls, M.Rischitelli, M.Hallahan
Inter: S.Lemmens, B.Matera, A.Boston, N.Malceski
Emer: M.Shaw, Z.Smith, J.Hall
In: N.Malceski, C.Dixon, J.Leslie
Out: G.Broughton (Achilles), S.May (groin), K.Brooksby (calf)
B: C.Pearce, L.McPharlin, L.Spurr
HB: G.Ibbotson, A.Pearce, T.Mzungu
C: T.Sheridan, N.Fyfe, C.Sutcliffe
HF: S.Hill, M.Taberner, D.Pearce
F: M.Walters, M.Pavlich, H.Ballantyne
Foll: A.Sandilands, D.Mundy, L.Neale
Inter: J.Hannath, H.Crozier, N.Suban, M.Barlow
Emer: J.Griffin, P.Duffield, M.de Boer
In: L.Spurr, T.Mzungu, J.Hannath, A.Pearce
Out: M.Johnson (hamstring), P.Duffield, C.Mayne (illness), Z.Clarke