Australian Football League 2014 Live Hawthorn Hawks vs Greater Western Sydney Giants match will be kick off on MCG Stadium, Melbourne, Sunday 01 june 2014 online, 16:40 AEDT.
Hawthorn will welcome back Jarryd Roughead from suspension but still be without Sam Mitchell, Josh Gibson, Brian Lake and Cyril Rioli. Question marks remain over the fitness of Ben McEvoy after he was subbed out against Port. No one is safe at GWS after a 100+ thrashing with Jed Lamb, Tom Bugg, Tim Mohr, Josh Hunt, Jono O’Rourke and Liam Sumner all in the mix to return.
The Hawks sit in fourth on the ladder after two consecutive losses – the first time they’ve had consecutive losses since round 5, 2012. Whilst the wheels have really fallen off out in the west of Sydney with two 100-point thrashings in a row – the first time that’s happened since round 16, 2012.
GWS travelled to Launceston to take on Hawthorn in round 8 last year with the line set at 102.5. They managed to cover the line, going down by only 83-points. Jarryd Roughead and Jack Gunston kicked eight goals between them. Whilst Jeremy Cameron was the only multiple goal scorer for the Giants – with four.
B: Ben Stratton, Ryan Schoenmakers, Taylor Duryea
HB: Matthew Suckling, Luke Hodge, Grant Birchall
C: Isaac Smith, Brad Sewell, Bradley Hill,
HF: Jordan Lewis, Jack Gunston, Luke Breust,
F: Shaun Burgoyne, David Hale, Jarryd Roughead,
FOLL: Jonathon Ceglar, Liam Shiels, Paul Puopolo,
I/C: Kyle Cheney, Mitch Hallahan, Jonathan Simpkin, Billy Hartung
EMG: Tim O’Brien, Will Langford, Angus Litherland
IN: Jarryd Roughead, Kyle Cheney
OUT: Ben McEvoy (corked hamstring), Will Langford
Backs H.Shaw, A.Corr, C.Hampton
HBacks A.Kennedy, S.Frost, A.Treloar
Centre W.Hoskin-Elliott, J.Townsend, A.Tomlinson
HForwards R.Palmer, J.Patton, T.Scully
Forwards J.Lamb, J.Cameron, D.Smith
Followers S.Mumford, C.Ward, D.Shiel
Interchange T.Mohr, L.Whitfield, K.Jaksch, D.Addison
EMG: N.Wilson, J.Barrett, J.Giles
Ins T.Mohr, J.Lamb, S.Frost, K.Jaksch
Outs S.Gilham, S.Coniglio, J.Kelly, J.Giles