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If the Saints are to be taken seriously in they simply can't afford to drop this game to the lowly Dockers. Fremantle should be used to the Metricon Stadium conditions by now but there's only one winner here. Saints by three goals. Recap: Fremantle completed its biggest ever comeback victory after trailing by six goals at the end of the first quarter to upset St Kilda and record its third win of the year. Down 37 points entering the second quarter, the Dockers rallied to stun the Saints with Michael Walters leading the charge 27 disposals as they recovered to be behind by just 13 at halftime.

Walters went from hero to villain when he entered the five metre exclusion zone around Zak Jones late in the contest, almost costing the Dockers the game, before Lachie Schultz sealed the comeback with the winning goal with just over a minute to play. Tyson Stengle will make his return after four weeks, while Andrew McPherson has been named for his debut.

Prediction: Is a prediction necessary when the Crows are playing? West Coast found form last week with a comfortable win over the Swans, and should double up here and boost their percentage when they face a winless Adelaide outfit. If the Eagles are locked in, this could get ugly. West Coast by 38 points. Recap: The Eagles have registered back to back wins and their third of the season thanks to a four-goal third quarter against the winless Crows.

Tim Kelly led the way with 25 disposals, thriving off the ruck work of the dynamic Nic Naitanui. The Crows booted two goals in the final term -- making the scoreboard look more respectable -- but they are still left slumbering at the bottom of the ladder.

Squaring their ledger to , the Eagles will now head back to Perth on a positive note ahead of a mouth-watering western derby against the Dockers next Saturday night. Team news: Melbourne has made just three changes for Saturday, dumping high-profile recruit Adam Tomlinson and recalling midfielder Harley Bennell for their clash against the Suns.

While No. Prediction: It's still relatively early in the season, but the pressure is mounting on the Demons and coach Simon Goodwin who have won just one game. Another loss and it could just about be curtains in a shortened The Suns will be looking to get back on the winners' list and even without rising star Matthew Rowell will be the favourite. Suns by two goals. Recap: Melbourne bounced back from two consecutive losses with a spirit-lifting win over the impressive Suns.

After a four-goal second term, the Demons kept their noses in front until scores were level late in the final stanza -- putting hearts in the mouths of the Melbourne faithful. But in a mature display and with composure in front of goals late, they now go into next week's clash against the Hawks full of confidence.

Suns young gun Izak Rankine showed he is a star of the future kicking three impressive goals on debut. Team news: Tom Bellchambers has been sideline for Essendon as they name Conor McKenna for his first game of the season, while Zach Merrett returns from suspension. Jake Stronger is out ankle , while Mason Redman has been dropped. North Melbourne will be without Ben Cunnington through a back complaint, with Marley Willams a big-name casualty.

Prediction: North have faltered in the last couple of weeks, and come up against a side in Essendon which has an impressive win over Collingwood. Both teams will be missing stars after Jake Stringer and Ben Cunnington failed to finish last week's matches for Essendon and North Melbourne respectively. Who wins this? The Bombers by maybe 15 points. Recap: Essendon recovered from a slow start to hold off North Melbourne by 14 points at Metricon Stadium.

The win sees the Bombers move to for the season with a game in hand, placing them inside the top four. The out of form David Zaharakis proved his critics wrong, booting three goals from 20 disposals in an outing perhaps only bettered by the explosive Andy McGrath. The Kangas now sit 16th on the ladder after losing four straight matches. The Bombers will head into next week's clash against the Dogs with plenty of momentum behind them. Prediction: This is a huge clash in the scheme of the top eight race given Port's fast start to the year but bas loss to Brisbane last week and GWS's impressive win over Hawthorn.

This is being played in neutral territory, though if anything, the Power have the advantage having been in a Gold Coast hub for some time. Expect them to bounce back by two goals. Recap: The Power bounced back in a big way after suffering their first loss of the year, making a statement to the rest of the league that they are a force to be reckoned with. The match was a tough grind for the majority of the contest, with the Power leading by just three points at three-quarter time, before Jeremy Finlayson kicked the Giants to the lead early in the fourth.

Port Adelaide managed to wrestle back control, however, kicking four quick goals to seal the victory. Team news: Richmond have added nine names to their squad of 26 for Sunday's clash. Tom Lynch remains in the squad despite finger surgery on Monday. The Swans have confirmed No. Prediction: The Tigers looked strong last week against Melbourne, but The Swans might put up more of a fight, and with this match being played on a neutral ground, perhaps Richmond isn't as short a favourite as they seem.

Back the Tigers, even with their injury woes, just. Richmond by 6 points. Recap: It was the lowest scoring AFL game in 24 years, but even in slippery conditions Richmond managed to put away a sorry Sydney team to take their place in the top six. Between the rain and the Swans' 'defensive' manner of play, the game was limited to just seven goals with Richmond kicking three in the first quarter alone.

The defending premiers would only go on to kick one more goal, but showed enough defensive steel to hold off the Swans. Zac Fisher is one of four potential ins for the Blues. Prediction: The Bulldogs have been one of the stingiest teams since the restart, with their defence having given up no more than 38 points over the past three weeks. The Blues have been known to give up five-goal leads, which doesn't bode well for this matchup. The Dogs should have enough in them to win this by three goals.

Recap: Carlton continued their resurgence, demolishing the Bulldogs on the Gold Coast. The Blues started strongly jumping to a three-goal lead at the first break and maintained that margin until running away in the final term. Skip to navigation. Their Round 1 game at the MCG resulted in a point loss to Hawthorn then won four straight in Brisbane following the season restart. How they adapt to the smaller ground and being away from their home deck for the first time since the season shutdown will be fascinating to see.

According to Champion Data , the Lions were ranked 18th in the competition for corridor usage The Pies have tinkered with their style since Bucks took over, so the focus turns to Alastair Clarkson. Has he got Bucks and the Pies figured out? A week is a long time in footy. With Brodie Grundy a daunting prospect in the ruck, could the Hawks drop one of their talls and swing McEvoy back into the ruck?

How to watch on Fox Footy: Channel from With a short kicking and high play-on percentage game, St Kilda has become one the most entertaining AFL teams to watch. The Dockers have also become a more exciting team — they were in the bottom four for average disposals last year but are in the top eight in the same category this year — under new coach Justin Longmuir. But keeping pace with the Saints will be a tricky task. Oh wait …. Just as important is the fact Steele is hurting teams going the other way, booting two goals and averaging 20 disposals from five matches.

Steele has to be the man to go to him and make Fyfe accountable. The key will be in how they do it. Can they keep their foot on the pedal and put in a solid four-quarter performance, or will they play on-again, off-again footy that has hampered their hub stay? Elliot Yeo looked back to his best last week, can he back it up? The Crows revealed this week Taylor Walker had been battling a knee injury that was inhibiting his performance.

At 30 years of age you would highly doubt Tex would be a part of that team, so Matthew Nicks gets to play with a different forward line for the first time in his senior coaching journey so far. How to watch on Fox Footy: Channel from 5. Oliver and Melbourne were poor against Richmond and, consequently, battered from pillar to post this week. Oliver has been the most heavily scrutinised player in recent days. The mark of a great player — and a great team — is how they respond to adversity.

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The Pies have made a selection shock, naming second-year forward Atu Bosenavulagi to debut alongside father-son Will Kelly. Defender Isaac Quaynor will make his first start, while Jordan De Goey wasn't considered for selection and sent ahead to Perth.

Josh Daicos will sit out with an ankle injury. Prediction: A game which would normally have been played at the MCG has been moved north, but the intrigue remains. The Pies dominated patches of their clash against the Bombers last week but fell to another loss, with its forward line unable to contribute. The Hawks are also coming off a loss, to GWS, but crucially have the benefit of having played at Giants Stadium last week. Hawks by a goal. Nathan Buckley's side burst out of the block at Giants Stadium, kicking five goals to Hawthorn's one in the opening term.

The Hawks, who lost key forward Jonathan Patton early, struggled to find avenues to goal, being restricted to just two goals in the first three quarters. Some late scoring by the Hawks closed the final margin to 32 points and saw the Pies move back inside the top four. An AFLDraft special!

Team news: Nat Fyfe makes his awaited return from a hamstring strain with Blake Acres to play his first game for Fremantle. Prediction: It's hardly must-watch football, but both teams did get the four points last week and will fancy this one. If the Saints are to be taken seriously in they simply can't afford to drop this game to the lowly Dockers.

Fremantle should be used to the Metricon Stadium conditions by now but there's only one winner here. Saints by three goals. Recap: Fremantle completed its biggest ever comeback victory after trailing by six goals at the end of the first quarter to upset St Kilda and record its third win of the year. Down 37 points entering the second quarter, the Dockers rallied to stun the Saints with Michael Walters leading the charge 27 disposals as they recovered to be behind by just 13 at halftime.

Walters went from hero to villain when he entered the five metre exclusion zone around Zak Jones late in the contest, almost costing the Dockers the game, before Lachie Schultz sealed the comeback with the winning goal with just over a minute to play. Tyson Stengle will make his return after four weeks, while Andrew McPherson has been named for his debut.

Prediction: Is a prediction necessary when the Crows are playing? West Coast found form last week with a comfortable win over the Swans, and should double up here and boost their percentage when they face a winless Adelaide outfit. If the Eagles are locked in, this could get ugly. West Coast by 38 points.

Recap: The Eagles have registered back to back wins and their third of the season thanks to a four-goal third quarter against the winless Crows. Tim Kelly led the way with 25 disposals, thriving off the ruck work of the dynamic Nic Naitanui. The Crows booted two goals in the final term -- making the scoreboard look more respectable -- but they are still left slumbering at the bottom of the ladder.

Squaring their ledger to , the Eagles will now head back to Perth on a positive note ahead of a mouth-watering western derby against the Dockers next Saturday night. Team news: Melbourne has made just three changes for Saturday, dumping high-profile recruit Adam Tomlinson and recalling midfielder Harley Bennell for their clash against the Suns.

While No. Prediction: It's still relatively early in the season, but the pressure is mounting on the Demons and coach Simon Goodwin who have won just one game. Another loss and it could just about be curtains in a shortened The Suns will be looking to get back on the winners' list and even without rising star Matthew Rowell will be the favourite.

Suns by two goals. Recap: Melbourne bounced back from two consecutive losses with a spirit-lifting win over the impressive Suns. After a four-goal second term, the Demons kept their noses in front until scores were level late in the final stanza -- putting hearts in the mouths of the Melbourne faithful. But in a mature display and with composure in front of goals late, they now go into next week's clash against the Hawks full of confidence.

Suns young gun Izak Rankine showed he is a star of the future kicking three impressive goals on debut. Team news: Tom Bellchambers has been sideline for Essendon as they name Conor McKenna for his first game of the season, while Zach Merrett returns from suspension. Jake Stronger is out ankle , while Mason Redman has been dropped. North Melbourne will be without Ben Cunnington through a back complaint, with Marley Willams a big-name casualty.

Prediction: North have faltered in the last couple of weeks, and come up against a side in Essendon which has an impressive win over Collingwood. Both teams will be missing stars after Jake Stringer and Ben Cunnington failed to finish last week's matches for Essendon and North Melbourne respectively.

Who wins this? The Bombers by maybe 15 points. Recap: Essendon recovered from a slow start to hold off North Melbourne by 14 points at Metricon Stadium. The win sees the Bombers move to for the season with a game in hand, placing them inside the top four. The out of form David Zaharakis proved his critics wrong, booting three goals from 20 disposals in an outing perhaps only bettered by the explosive Andy McGrath. The Kangas now sit 16th on the ladder after losing four straight matches.

The Bombers will head into next week's clash against the Dogs with plenty of momentum behind them. Prediction: This is a huge clash in the scheme of the top eight race given Port's fast start to the year but bas loss to Brisbane last week and GWS's impressive win over Hawthorn. This is being played in neutral territory, though if anything, the Power have the advantage having been in a Gold Coast hub for some time.

Expect them to bounce back by two goals. Recap: The Power bounced back in a big way after suffering their first loss of the year, making a statement to the rest of the league that they are a force to be reckoned with. The match was a tough grind for the majority of the contest, with the Power leading by just three points at three-quarter time, before Jeremy Finlayson kicked the Giants to the lead early in the fourth.

Port Adelaide managed to wrestle back control, however, kicking four quick goals to seal the victory. Team news: Richmond have added nine names to their squad of 26 for Sunday's clash. Tom Lynch remains in the squad despite finger surgery on Monday. The Swans have confirmed No. Prediction: The Tigers looked strong last week against Melbourne, but Their Round 1 game at the MCG resulted in a point loss to Hawthorn then won four straight in Brisbane following the season restart.

How they adapt to the smaller ground and being away from their home deck for the first time since the season shutdown will be fascinating to see. According to Champion Data , the Lions were ranked 18th in the competition for corridor usage The Pies have tinkered with their style since Bucks took over, so the focus turns to Alastair Clarkson. Has he got Bucks and the Pies figured out?

A week is a long time in footy. With Brodie Grundy a daunting prospect in the ruck, could the Hawks drop one of their talls and swing McEvoy back into the ruck? How to watch on Fox Footy: Channel from With a short kicking and high play-on percentage game, St Kilda has become one the most entertaining AFL teams to watch. The Dockers have also become a more exciting team — they were in the bottom four for average disposals last year but are in the top eight in the same category this year — under new coach Justin Longmuir.

But keeping pace with the Saints will be a tricky task. Oh wait …. Just as important is the fact Steele is hurting teams going the other way, booting two goals and averaging 20 disposals from five matches. Steele has to be the man to go to him and make Fyfe accountable. The key will be in how they do it. Can they keep their foot on the pedal and put in a solid four-quarter performance, or will they play on-again, off-again footy that has hampered their hub stay?

Elliot Yeo looked back to his best last week, can he back it up? The Crows revealed this week Taylor Walker had been battling a knee injury that was inhibiting his performance. At 30 years of age you would highly doubt Tex would be a part of that team, so Matthew Nicks gets to play with a different forward line for the first time in his senior coaching journey so far.

How to watch on Fox Footy: Channel from 5. Oliver and Melbourne were poor against Richmond and, consequently, battered from pillar to post this week. Oliver has been the most heavily scrutinised player in recent days. The mark of a great player — and a great team — is how they respond to adversity.

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One of which — the Eagles taking on the Crows — is a pretty sure-fire tip, with the Eagles fresh off an important win last weekend to easily beat the horrid Crows. Freo taking on St Kilda comes before that, with both teams coming off wins. Freo are in the midst of perpetual injury woes, meaning the Saints remain slight favourites. The Demons inspire precisely zero confidence right now. The final game of the day sees Essendon taking on North.

Sunday has three difficult matches to tip. Port have been widely seen as contenders this season but flopped at the first hurdle against another legitimate contender in Brisbane. The Giants got back into form last Sunday night.

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