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Where: Patersons Stadium
When: Saturday June 28, 7.45am (BST)
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In a game that rarely disappoints, both sides enter the Western Derby in winning form.
The Eagles have won their last two games after losing seven of their previous eight, whilst Fremantle are building at a rapid rate after a poor start to the year, winning their last five straight.
The Dockers have the wood over West Coast in the Derby, winning 11 of the past 14 battles and it looks as though Freo will continue its dominance.
Freo’s Michael Barlow, Nat Fyfe, Matthew Pavlich and Hayden Ballantyne have been superb this season and coach Ross Lyon will be looking for his key men to do they damage on Saturday.
West Coast will regain Dean Cox which will come as a huge boost to Adam Simpson’s side and he will be looking to dominate the all-important ruck duel.
Fremantle should have too much here, but they won’t have it all their own way.
Tune in, it should be a cracker.
1. Lachie Neale won the Ross Glendinning Medal in Fremantle’s round seven win over West Coast with 32 possessions and a goal. Zac Clarke kicked three goals for the Dockers while Matt Priddis finished with 24 touches for the Eagles.
2. These two sides feature some of the best tap ruckmen in the game. The Dockers are ranked first in the AFL for hit-outs, averaging 54.1 per game. The Eagles are third with 46.8 per game.
3. No team has taken more contested marks in 2014 than the Dockers, with a total of 154. The Eagles are ranked fourth in the AFL with 145.
4. Matthew Pavlich holds the record for the most Western Derby appearances. The Dockers skipper has played in 29 derbies and has kicked the most goals with 53. Dean Cox has the most appearances for West Coast with 26. Mark LeCras has kicked 27 goals against Fremantle.
5. So far in 2014 the Eagles have defeated just one top-eight side, Gold Coast in round 13. Their other wins have come against sides in the bottom six on the ladder.
6. Aaron Sandilands has had a fantastic year and his influence on Fremantle’s matches has been profound as the leading ruckman in hit-outs and hit-outs to advantage in the AFL. But he is the eighth-ranked ruckman on the Official AFL Player Ratings, ranked 126th overall, 100 places behind the number one ruckman Nic Naitanui (26th overall)