NAB Challenge Live West Coast Eagles vs Essendon Bombers Stream Week 04 AFL Pre Seasons 2016 Free Online.West Coast Eagles vs Essendon Bombers match will be kick off at Domain Stadium, Perth, Australia, Sunday 13 March 2016 online, Time 16.10 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
Essendon coach John Worsfold will unveil his most decorated top-up players when James Kelly and Mathew Stokes make their Bombers debuts in a NAB Challenge clash against West Coast in Perth on Sunday.
The Geelong premiership stars will confront a near full-strength Eagles outfit, with talented midfielder Luke Shuey declaring he wants to play after taking bold strides in his recovery from bruising on his knee.
Shuey, 25, has not played in the Eagles’ unimpressive NAB Challenge outings after he suffered a hefty knock into his right knee during an intra-club match.
West Coast endured a 100-point drubbing from Adelaide on the road and then had a scrappy three-point win over Gold Coast last week.
“Yeah, ready to play this week and chomping at the bit to get out there,” Shuey said at the Eagles’ pre-season launch.
“It’s been a long summer, so I’m looking forward to having a run around.”
Shuey pressed claims for a playing return with a full training performance on Tuesday. He faces a fitness test late this week.
Any recurring soreness from his spirited workout would delay the 111-game on-baller gaining critical match-conditioning against the Bombers ahead of the Eagles’ premiership season opener against Brisbane in Perth on Easter Sunday.
New Eagles winger Lewis Jetta with his calf strain and versatile on-baller Sharrod Wellingham with an on-going foot complaint are not expected to play against the Bombers.
Kelly, 32, is a three-times Cats premiership star while Stokes, 31, played in two of the famous flags Geelong won in 2007, 2009 and 2011.
West Coast Eagles : Mark LeCras, Andrew Gaff, Dom Sheed, Brad Sheppard, Elliot Yeo, Jack Redden, Nic Naitanui, Matthew Priddis, Luke Shuey, Liam Duggan, Jamie Cripps, Eric Mackenzie, Josh Kennedy, Xavier Ellis, Jeremy McGovern, Jonathan Giles, Shannon Hurn, Sam Butler, Jack Darling, Scott Lycett, Jackson Nelson, Will Schofield, Josh Hill, Fraser McInnes, Malcom Karpany, Jamie Bennell, Kane Lucas.
Essendon Bombers: Joe Daniher, Zach Merrett, Martin Gleeson, Brendon Goddard, David Zaharakis, Mark Baguley, Orazio Fantasia, Jason Ashby, Adam Cooney, Jackson Merrett, Craig Bird, Mitch Brown, Patrick Ambrose, Kyle Langford, Michael Hartley, Nick Kommer, Will Hams, James Gwilt, Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti, Shaun McKernan, Conor McKenna, James Kelly, Mathew Stokes, Matt Dea, Jonathan Simpkin, Mark Jamar, Sam Grimley.