Where: Melbourne Cricket Ground
When: Sunday May 3 – 4.10am (UK), 1.10pm (AEST)
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Melbourne faces the unenviable task of taking on the high-flying Fremantle at the MCG on Sunday.
The Dockers are unbeaten in 2015 and look as good as any side in the competition after dominating all four of its matches so far.
Nat Fyfe is in superb form for the Dockers, but he has been helped by the likes of David Mundy, Stephen Hill and Michael Barlow.
The Demons will go into this one full of confidence after putting in a brilliant performance at a damp MCG last Friday to dispose of Richmond.
Melbourne’s pressure and intensity was too much for the Tigers to handle and although a win is certainly a long shot here, they could give Ross Lyon’s side a fright.
Will the Dockers prove to be far too strong? Or can the Demons pull off an incredible upset?
Make sure you tune in to find out!
B Colin Garland, Tom McDonald, Jeremy Howe
HB Christian Salem, Lynden Dunn, Jack Grimes
C Heritier Lumumba, Bernie Vince, Daniel Cross
HF Jeff Garlett, Jesse Hogan, Jay Kennedy-Harris
F Jack Watts, Chris Dawes, Angus Brayshaw
FOL Mark Jamar, Nathan Jones, Dom Tyson
I/C Ben Newton, Aaron Vandenberg, Viv Michie, Jordie McKenzie, Cameron Pedersen, Aidan Riley, Jake Spencer (Three to be omitted)
B Cameron Sutcliffe, Luke McPharlin, Lee Spurr
HB Garrick Ibbotson, Michael Johnson, Nick Suban
C Paul Duffield, Nat Fyfe, Matt de Boer
HF Danyle Pearce, Matthew Pavlich, Matt Taberner
F Zac Clarke, Chris Mayne, Michael Walters
FOL Aaron Sandilands, David Mundy, Stephen Hill
I/C Michael Barlow, Lachie Neale, Clancee Pearce, Tendai Mzungu, Jack Hannath, Hayden Ballantyne, Hayden Crozier (Three to be omitted)