Australian Football League Live GWS Giants vs Fremantle Dockers Live Stream Free, AFL 2017 Seasons Week 19 Stream. GWS Giants vs Fremantle Dockers match will be kickoff at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, South Australia, Saturday 29 July 2017 online, 14:10 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
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GWS suffered a narrow 19-point defeat to Richmond at the MCG last Sunday afternoon. The Giants have a poor record lately: since round 12 they have one win, three losses and two draws.
Richmond overcome a slow start to out-muscle a disappointing Greater Western Sydney side in dismal conditions as the Giants missed the chance to move closer to a home final.
GWS had dominated proceedings early with a 3.4 to 0.2 first quarter to lead by 20 points at quarter-time, but with Dustin Martin and Trent Cotchin leading the way, the Tigers wrested control of the midfield battle, kicking six consecutive goals in less than a quarter and a half to set up their victory.
Hawthorn kept their slim finals hopes alive with a 52-point thrashing over Fremantle at Domain Stadium on Saturday night. It was Hawthorn’s 10th win over Fremantle from the past 11 clashes as the visitors cruised to a 100-48 triumph.
Connor Blakely, Nathan Fyfe and Lachie Neale were all among the Dockers bests on a disappointing afternoon, but Fremantle gun Michael Walters suffered a knee injury in the contest and is missing for the trip to Sydney.
GWS are bolstered by the return of Stephen Conigilo and Jeremy Cameron. Coniglio gathered 36 possessions in his NEAFL comeback from ankle surgery last week. Cameron has missed the past two games with hamstring tightness. Debutant Dawson Simpson and Matt de Boer also come in, with Toby Greene suspended, Steve Johnson and Shane Mumford injury and Tendai Mzungu left out.
Michael Walters is a big loss for Fremantle, who are also with injured Lee Spurr. Ryan Nyhuis and Joshua Deluca are omitted as Brennan Cox and Luke Ryan return after being slapped with club-imposed bans for drinking alcohol after the Western Derby. Cameron Sutcliffe and Brady Grey also come in.
B: H. Shaw, P. Davis, N. Haynes
HB: N. Wilson, A. Tomlinson, A. Corr
C: J. Kelly, M. Kennedy, L. Whitfield
HF: D. Smith, J. Cameron, J. Patton
F: D. Shiel, R. Lobb, S. Coniglio
FOL: D. Simpson, C. Ward, T. Scully
I/C: M.de Boer, W. Setterfield, H. Perryman, Z. Williams
EMG: T. Mzungu, H. Himmelberg, D. Lloyd
IN: D. Simpson, M.de Boer, S. Coniglio, J. Cameron
OUT: S. Johnson, T. Mzungu, S. Mumford, T. Greene
B: E. Hughes, J. Hamling, L. Ryan
HB: G. Logue, M. Johnson, S. Hill
C: L. Weller, L. Neale, B. Hill
HF: D. Mundy, S. Kersten, H. Crozier
F: H. Ballantyne, C. McCarthy, B. Cox
FOL: S. Darcy, N. Fyfe, C. Blakely
I/C: D. Tucker, C. Sutcliffe, N. Suban, B. Grey
EMG: R. Nyhuis, D. Pearce, J. Deluca
IN: C. Sutcliffe, B. Grey, B. Cox, L. Ryan
OUT: L. Spurr, M. Walters, R. Nyhuis, J. Deluca