Where: Melbourne Cricket Ground
When: Saturday April 11 – 4.10am (UK), 1.10pm (AEST)
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Both Richmond and the Western Bulldogs notched up first round wins last week and will be looking to go 2-0 leading into round three.
The Tigers will be full of confidence after beating old foes Carlton by 27 points last Thursday and will be backing themselves to beat the Bulldogs.
However, the Bulldogs will be gunning for its first 2-0 start in six years at the MCG on Saturday following their tight 10 point win over West Coast.
Richmond coach Damien Hardwick will be buoyed by the performance of first-game Kamdyn McIntosh, who stood up in front of the 83,000-strong crowd and delivered as Trent Cotchin, Dustin Martin and Brett Deledio failed to have a major impact on the game.
The Tigers will go into this one as favourites, but the Bulldogs should not be written off.
Will Richmond’s powerful midfield prove to be too much for the Bulldogs to handle? Or can prized recruit Tom Boyd win the game off his own boot for the Doggies?
Make sure you tune in to find out!