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Where:The MCG, Melbourne
When: 05.20 (GMT)
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The high-flying Eagles venture to Melbourne, hoping to continue their hot start to the 2014 season.
West Coast was impressive in its first-up win over the Western Bulldogs on Sunday, while an undermanned Melbourne fell to St Kilda.
The Eagles’ forward line fired on all cylinders, with Mark LeCras leading the way with five goals.
On the other side of the spectrum, the Demons kicked just six goals against the Saints with the absence of Mitch Clark, Jesse Hogan, Chris Dawes and Jack Fitzpatrick – who went down with a concussion early in the game – leaving them toothless in attack. Despite a poor recent record at the MCG, it would be surprising not to see West Coast remain at the top of the AFL ladder at the completion of round two.
Nathan Jones (Melbourne) – Has been one of the few shining lights in the Dees midfield in recent years, will appreciate the extra help in 2014.
Bernie Vince (Melbourne) – One of those brought in to help Jones, Vince showed showed how valuable he will be to the red and blue this year in round one.
Jack Watts (Melbourne) – Could really grow as a player under new coach Paul Roos having struggled to find his true potential after being drafted number one.
Darren Glass (West Coast) – Always put on the other team’s number one forward and rarely has an off-day.
Dean Cox (West Coast) – Will need to be fit and strong as the side’s number one ruckman as Nic Natanui continues to come back from his injury-plagued 2013.
Matt Rosa (West Coast) – Got plenty of touches against the Bulldogs in round one and he could gain even more against the Dees.
1. The Demons had the equal fewest interchanges in round one with just 75. West Coast had 110 in warmer conditions against the Bulldogs.
2. The Eagles have dominated the Demons in recent seasons, winning the past five contests by 29, 54, 48, 108 and 94 points respectively.
3. West Coast had the third-most inside-50s in the opening round of the season with 60, while Melbourne was ranked 11th with 47.
4. West Coast has won just two of 14 games at the MCG since 2008. Both those wins came at the expense of Melbourne.
5. Melbourne was ranked equal-last in round one for clearances with just 30, while West Coast was equal-fourth with 42.
6. West Coast has four players – Nic Naitanui (No.18), Shannon Hurn (No.29), Matt Priddis (No.36) and Luke Shuey (No.52) –ranked inside the top 100 of the Official AFL Player Ratings, brought to you by Gatorade. The Demons have just co-captain Nathan Jones (No. 85) in the top 100.