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Where: Etihad Stadium, Melbourne
When: 06.20 (BST)
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Fremantle should be fresh after the bye, and will still be brimming with confidence following their emphatic win over Geelong in round nine.
Meanwhile the Bulldogs have continued to struggle when it comes to putting together a four-quarter effort, with a third-term lapse costing them dearly against Gold Coast last Sunday.
The trip to Melbourne will be of no concern to Ross Lyon’s men, who have won six of their past seven games at Etihad Stadium, and should get the job done against an inconsistent Bulldogs side.
1. In the Bulldogs favour is their record against Fremantle at Etihad Stadium with five wins to three, including four of the last five. However Fremantle has won six of their last seven at the venue.
2. The Bulldogs have struggled to take the ball inside 50 this season ranked 15th, averaging 45.4 while Fremantle is 7th at 51.1 per game.
3. No player has laid more tackles in 2014 than Bulldogs midfielder Tom Liberatore, whose tally sits at 74, 15 more than the second ranked player.
4. The biggest haul of goals kicked in clashes between the sides is six. That was achieved by Paul Hudson for the Dogs in 2000, and Fremantle skipper Matthew Pavlich in 2012.
5. Fremantle is the No.1 one team in the competition for hit-outs in 2014 thanks to Aaron Sandilands who is the No.1 ranked ruckman with 370 hit-outs.
6. Following a 28 disposal, eight tackle performance against the Suns, Bulldogs skipper Ryan Griffen has jumped from No.10 to No.6 in the Official AFL Player Ratings.