Australian Football League Live North Melbourne Kangaroos vs Fremantle Dockers Stream AFL 2015 Seasons Week 21 math will be kick off at Etihad Stadium, Melbourne, Western Australia, Australia, Sunday 23 August 2015 online, 13.10 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
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Fremantle have been on fire in 2015 and sit two games clear at the top of the ladder, while North Melbourne occupy 9th spot and have dropped three games.However, the Roos look to be pushing for September action again and are one of only two sides to beat the Dockers on their own home turf last year.
Brad Scott’s side have won their last two matches with those victories coming against Essendon and Richmond and the Roos also enjoy an extra two days rest following the respective Round 7 matches.
Fremantle were challenged late in the game against the Western Bulldogs last weekend. With scores level in the dying stages, it was Nathan Fyfe and Matthew Pavlich who stood tall at the death, steering the Dockers to a 13 point win.
This weeks game sees North Melbourne’s dangerous forward line come up against the competition’s best defensive side. The Roos will need big games from their tall timber up forward in Drew Petire, Jarrod Waite and Ben Brown if they are to come away with the points.
North’s underrated midfield, spearheaded by the likes of Jack Ziebell and Andrew Swallow, will also need to be at their best against the Dockers line up that includes some absolute guns in Nathan Fyfe and David Mundy.A key battle will also be in the ruck, where the Roos in-form ruck man, Todd Goldstein takes on Aaron Sandilands.
The match up between Fremantle and North Melbourne should be a tense battle but it is hard to tip against the Dockers at home, despite the fact that the Kangaroos won at this venue last year. The two clubs have an even head to head record against each other in recent years but the Dockers are in tip top form and will extend their unbeaten start to the year this weekend.
B: M. Firrito, R. Tarrant, L. Hansen
HB: S. Wright, S. Thompson, B. Jacobs
C: N. Dal Santo, S. Higgins, S. Atley
HF: L. McDonald, D. Petrie, B. Harvey
F: B. Brown, J. Waite, L. Thomas
Foll: T. Goldstein, B. Cunnington, A. Swallow
I/C: R. Bastinac, R. Nahas, J. Macmillan, S. Gibson
Emer: B.McKenzie, T.Dumont, A.Mullett.
Ins: R. Bastinac, J. Macmillan
Outs: J. Ziebell, T. Garner
B: L. Spurr, L. McPharlin, G. Ibbotson
HB: C. Sutcliffe, M. Johnson, S. Hill
C: T. Mzungu, N. Fyfe, T. Sheridan
HF: N. Suban, C. Mayne, M. Barlow
F: D. Pearce, A. Pearce, M. Walters
Foll: A. Sandilands, D. Mundy, L. Neale
I/C: Z. Dawson, M.de Boer, J. Griffin, H. Crozier
Emer: Z.Clarke, C.Blakely, E.Langdon
Ins: L. McPharlin, Z. Dawson
Outs: A. Silvagni, M. Pavlich