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Richmond played a game of two halves against North Melbourne last week forfeiting a half-time lead of 35 points to lose by 28.
It was another chapter in the Tigers’ disappointing season that leaves them searching for answers, with just three wins for the year. Fremantle’s charge into the second half of the season gained more momentum on Sunday when the Dockers beat Adelaide at Patersons Stadium.
The win makes it four from their last five and continues their rise up the ladder into sixth, with a kind draw that will likely see them start as favourites at least until round 20.
1. The Tigers have a great record against the Dockers in Melbourne. They’ve won eight of 10 contests at the MCG and the last one at Etihad Stadium in 2010.
2. Aaron Sandilands is the No.1 ruckman in the League, averaging more than 40 hit-outs. It means the Dockers are ranked top when it comes to hit-outs, with nearly 53 a game.
3. Jack Riewoldt has taken the equal most marks inside 50 this season with 46. The Tigers are ranked fourth overall.
4. The Dockers have taken the most contested marks in 2014. They’ve averaged nearly 13 a game, with Sandilands the No.1 contested marking player.
5. Fremantle has played at the MCG four times since the start of 2013 for just one win.
6. Stephen Hill continues to climb in the Official AFL Player Ratings, brought to you by Gatorade, after starting the season No.33 overall. He’s now No.22.