THERE should be some dramatic team shake-ups after a long time between rounds one and two of the 2020 Toyota AFL Premiership Season.

While many clubs will regain stars returning from injury, there's also a few players who are under new clouds as teams have returned to training.

Some clubs like the Western Bulldogs and Gold Coast may roll the dice on different structures after heavy defeats in the first game of the season.

The AFL.com.au team has put together the 22 players they think will line up for each club in round two.

Adelaide Crows

In: Tom Doedee, Ned McHenry
Out: Ben Davis, Tyson Stengle (suspension) 

B: Luke Brown, Daniel Talia, Rory Laird
HB: Wayne Milera, Tom Doedee, Brodie Smith
C: Paul Seedsman, Matt Crouch, Chayce Jones
HF: Billy Frampton, Taylor Walker, Tom Lynch
F: Lachie Murphy, Darcy Fogarty, Bryce Gibbs
FOLL: Reilly O'Brien, Brad Crouch, Rory Sloane
I/C: Ned McHenry, Jake Kelly, Rory Atkins, Fischer McAsey

Emerg: Myles Poholke, David Mackay, Kyle Hartigan, Elliott Himmelberg
Unavailable: Riley Knight (heel), Tyson Stengle (suspension)

Adelaide will welcome back Doedee for the first time since round one, 2019, when he suffered a season-ending knee injury. The key back will be an important addition, particularly after first-gamer McAsey had to hold down a key post in round one against the Swans. Stengle will be unavailable after his club-imposed suspension for his drink driving incident, and the Crows should blood youngster McHenry as his replacement. A first-round pick in 2018, McHenry is a lively, hard-working midfield/small forward option. - Callum Twomey

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Suspected ACL blow for key Crows tall

Tom Doedee has unfortunately gone down with a serious knee injury

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Brisbane Lions

In: Callum Ah Chee, Grant Birchall
Out: Marcus Adams (foot), Deven Robertson (omitted)

B: Callum Ah Chee, Darcy Gardiner, Grant Birchall
HB: Daniel Rich, Harris Andrews, Alex Witherden
C: Hugh McCluggage, Jarryd Lyons, Mitch Robinson
HF: Dayne Zorko, Daniel McStay, Cam Rayner
F: Charlie Cameron, Eric Hipwood, Lincoln McCarthy
Foll: Stefan Martin, Jarrod Berry, Lachie Neale
I/C: Noah Answerth, Oscar McInerney, Brandon Starcevich, Zac Bailey

Emerg: Deven Robertson, Jack Payne, Mitch Hinge, Allen Christensen
Unavailable: Marcus Adams (foot)

Birchall (hamstring soreness) was a late out in round one for Robertson and his addition would help a backline missing Adams. Ah Chee was also ruled out late ahead of the season opener due to illness and will assist in the air. Payne and Matt Eagles would be in the frame if the Lions want to replace a tall with a tall, especially if Fremantle's Jesse Hogan is deemed fit. - Mitch Cleary

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Marsh: Birchall back in business with trusty left

New recruit Grant Birchall earns his first goal for the Lions with a solid strike from just inside the 50

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Carlton

In: Harry McKay, Eddie Betts, Marc Pittonet
Out: Matthew Kreuzer (foot), Zac Fisher (ankle), David Cuningham (omitted)

B: Sam Docherty, Jacob Weitering, Lachie Plowman
HB:
Sam Petrevski-Seton, Liam Jones, Kade Simpson
C:
Sam Walsh, Patrick Cripps, Jack Newnes
HF:
Jack Martin, Harry McKay, Michael Gibbons
F:
Eddie Betts, Levi Casboult, Mitch McGovern
Foll:
Marc Pittonet, Marc Murphy, Ed Curnow
I/C: Jack Silvagni, Paddy Dow, Nic Newman, Will Setterfield

Emerg: Sam Philp, Matthew Kennedy, Tom Williamson, David Cuningham
Unavailable: Matthew Kreuzer (foot), Tom De Koning (ankle), Brodie Kemp (knee), Caleb Marchbank (knee), Zac Fisher (ankle), Charlie Curnow (knee) 

The Blues will welcome back attacking duo McKay (groin) and Betts (calf) from injuries that kept them out of round one, but Marchbank (knee) and Curnow (knee) remain sidelined with long-term issues. Pittonet has impressed since joining from the Hawks and will replace Kreuzer (foot) in the ruck. Newman (elbow) has recovered from a round one injury, but Fisher (ankle) is a little bit behind in his return and remains doubtful. Philp is the bolter, with momentum gathering that the first-round draft pick could be in line for a debut. - Riley Beveridge

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Marsh: Back in blue, Betts puts one through

Eddie Betts' return to the Blues is marked with the opening goal of the game

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 Collingwood

In: Darcy Cameron
Out: Mason Cox (knee)

B: Jack Crisp, Jordan Roughead, Brayden Maynard
HB:
John Noble, Darcy Moore, Jeremy Howe
C:
Chris Mayne, Scott Pendlebury, Will Hoskin-Elliott
HF:
Josh Thomas, Brody Mihocek, Callum Brown
F:
Jordan De Goey, Darcy Cameron, Jamie Elliott
Foll:
Brodie Grundy, Taylor Adams, Steele Sidebottom
I/C:
Tom Phillips, Josh Daicos, Tyler Brown, Jack Magden

Emerg: Isaac Quaynor, Jaidyn Stephenson, Brayden Sier, Rupert Wills
Unavailable:
Adam Treloar (calf), Tom Langdon (knee), Dayne Beams (mental health), Levi Greenwood (knee), Ben Reid (calf), Mason Cox (knee), Travis Varcoe (shoulder) 

All eyes are on Stephenson, who appears set to take part in the reserves match on Wednesday evening and subsequently looks unlikely to make his return to football via the seniors. The Pies will still be without Treloar (calf), who has suffered a number of soft tissue injuries since the turn of the year. Cox (knee) will also be unavailable, meaning Cameron will make his club debut. Varcoe (shoulder) might still be one week away, while Reid (calf) won't play. Don't expect too many changes from the side that was so convincing in round one. - Riley Beveridge

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Stephenson continues Pies' hot start with goal on return

Jaidyn Stephenson has marked his return to the Magpies twenty-two with a brilliant crumbing goal to continue his side's brilliant start

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Essendon

In: Dyson Heppell, Cale Hooker, Conor McKenna, Shaun McKernan
Out: Orazio Fantasia (quad), Jayden Laverde, Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (ankle), Brandon Zerk-Thatcher

B: Aaron Francis, Michael Hurley, Jordan Ridley
HB: Adam Saad, Cale Hooker, Mason Redman
C: Andrew McGrath, Dyson Heppell, Darcy Parish
HF: David Zaharakis, Shaun McKernan, Devon Smith
F: Jacob Townsend, Jake Stringer, Conor McKenna
Foll: Tom Bellchambers, Zach Merrett, Dylan Shiel
I/C: Will Snelling, Kyle Langford, Matt Guelfi, Tom Cutler

Emerg: Patrick Ambrose, Martin Gleeson, Brandon Zerk-Thatcher, Andrew Phillips
Unavailable: Joe Daniher (groin), Orazio Fantasia (quad), Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (ankle)

The Bombers will likely have a few changes from the round one side that beat Fremantle. Fantasia will miss after last weekend's quad strain. But Hooker (hip) and McKernan (illness) will both be available to play the Swans, while McKenna will also be available for selection. The Bombers are hopeful Heppell will get up for the clash after making a slow recovery from his foot issues, while Ambrose could also be picked after a knee injury ruled him out in round one. McDonald-Tipungwuti looks set to miss with an ankle injury, while there is also doubt on Redman's fitness. - Callum Twomey

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Conor McKenna reverts back to his Gaelic days

Conor Mckenna kicks the ball to himself instead of bouncing

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Fremantle

In: David Mundy, Nathan Wilson, Blake Acres
Out: Cam McCarthy (TBC), Mitchell Crowden (omitted), Bailey Banfield (omitted)

B: Luke Ryan, Griffin Logue, Ethan Hughes
HB: Reece Conca, Brennan Cox, Nathan Wilson
C: Brett Bewley, Nat Fyfe, James Aish
HF: Sam Sturt, Matt Taberner, David Mundy
F: Lachie Schultz, Rory Lobb, Michael Walters
Foll: Sean Darcy, Adam Cerra, Darcy Tucker
I/C: Andrew Brayshaw, Taylin Duman, Travis Colyer, Blake Acres

Emerg: Bailey Banfield, Mitchell Crowden, Brandon Matera, Caleb Serong
Unavailable: Alex Pearce (ankle), Joel Hamling (ankle), Sam Switkowski (back)

The young Dockers needed a bit of experience in crucial moments during round one, but Mundy, Wilson and recruit Acres will give them plenty of that. McCarthy was hospitalised after he collapsed at training last Wednesday and returned to run laps on Friday, but expect a no-risk approach. Jesse Hogan and Stephen Hill miss out due to a lack of match fitness. - Chris Correia

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Ice-cold Mundy has a crucial impact

David Mundy crumbs a vital goal despite seeing very little of the Sherrin in a forward role

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Geelong Cats

In: Brandan Parfitt
Out: Zach Guthrie (omitted)

B: Jordan Clark, Mark Blicavs, Tom Stewart
HB: Mark O'Connor, Harry Taylor, Zach Tuohy
C: Mitch Duncan, Cameron Guthrie, Brandan Parfitt
HF: Tom Atkins, Esava Ratugolea, Gary Rohan
F: Gary Ablett, Tom Hawkins, Luke Dahlhaus
Foll: Darcy Fort, Patrick Dangerfield, Joel Selwood
I/C: Gryan Miers, Quinton Narkle, Jack Henry, Sam Menegola

Emerg: Rhys Stanley, Charlie Constable, Jed Bews, Zach Guthrie
Unavailable: Nakia Cockatoo (hamstring), Lachie Fogarty (knee), Josh Jenkins (back)

Jack Steven is pushing his case but is expected to be overlooked given he's missed a fortnight of contact training. The Cats will be ultra-cautious with Jake Kolodjashnij and give him an extra week of training after pre-season hip surgery. Fort deserves a second chance after his round one nod over Stanley- Mitch Cleary

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Paddy and Parfitt link to perfection

Patrick Dangerfield breaks through the pack and handballs to Brandan Parfitt who finishes with the goal

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Gold Coast Suns

In: Sam Flanders, Pearce Hanley, Jarrod Harbrow, Jack Hombsch, Alex Sexton
Out: Brandon Ellis (calf), David Swallow (suspension), Caleb Graham, Connor Budarick, Jesse Joyce

B: Jarrod Harbrow, Jack Hombsch, Jack Lukosius
HB: Jack Bowes, Sam Collins, Brayden Fiorini
C: Lachie Weller, Hugh Greenwood, Noah Anderson
HF: Darcy MacPherson, Sam Day, Ben Ainsworth
F: Alex Sexton, Ben King, Nick Holman
Foll: Jarrod Witts, Touk Miller, Matt Rowell
I/C: Will Brodie, Pearce Hanley, Sean Lemmens, Sam Flanders

Emerg: Connor Budarick, Charlie Ballard, Wil Powell, Peter Wright
Unavailable: Brandon Ellis (calf), George Horlin-Smith (foot), Anthony Miles (hamstring), Izak Rankine (hamstring), David Swallow (suspension)

Expect a swathe of changes to the Suns' side that lost in round one to Port Adelaide. Experienced players Harbrow, Hombsch and Sexton are available, as is Hanley, while co-captain Swallow will miss through suspension. Tigers premiership midfielder Ellis will also miss after hurting his calf at the back-end of the COVID-19 break. The club says defender Rory Thompson is expected to build his "match fitness" in coming weeks after a knee reconstruction ruled him out of 2019. Will the Suns blood first-gamer Flanders against West Coast on Saturday night? - Callum Twomey

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Rankine's ridiculous debut goal

Talented youngster Izak Rankine scores a stunning dribble goal with his first kick

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GWS Giants

In: Callan Ward, Zac Williams
Out: Tom Green, Daniel Lloyd

B: Aidan Corr, Sam Taylor, Nick Haynes
HB: Harry Perryman, Phil Davis, Isaac Cumming
C: Zac Williams, Stephen Coniglio, Lachie Whitfield
HF: Toby Greene, Jeremy Cameron, Matt de Boer
F: Brent Daniels, Jeremy Finlayson, Harry Himmelberg
FOLL: Sam Jacobs, Josh Kelly, Jacob Hopper
I/C: Heath Shaw, Adam Kennedy, Zac Langdon, Callan Ward

Emerg: Jackson Hately, Tom Green, Shane Mumford, Daniel Lloyd
Unavailable: Tim Taranto (shoulder)

Ward will have to get through Saturday's intra-club hit-out but has ticked off every box since recovering from his knee reconstruction early last year so should be ready to face North Melbourne next week. The midfielder's likely inclusion will force a tough call for the Giants, with youngster Green a chance to make way. Williams was another walk-up start who missed round one with an Achilles injury but is ready to go. Lloyd or Cumming could make way. - Callum Twomey

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Highlights: GWS v Geelong

The Giants and Cats go head to head in round one

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Hawthorn

In: Blake Hardwick
Out: Paul Puopolo (omitted)

B: Ben Stratton, James Frawley, Sam Frost
HB: James Sicily, Ben McEvoy, Blake Hardwick
C: Isaac Smith, Tom Mitchell, Tom Scully
HF: Jack Gunston, Tim O'Brien, Chad Wingard
F: Luke Breust, Jon Patton, Shaun Burgoyne
Foll: Jon Ceglar, James Worpel, Jaeger O'Meara
I/C: Liam Shiels, Ricky Henderson, Harry Morrison, Ollie Hanrahan

Emerg: Paul Puopolo, Mitch Lewis, Jack Scrimshaw, James Cousins
Unavailable: Jarman Impey (knee), Dan Howe (foot)

There's a bit to play out here, given Hardwick and O'Meara will have to pass fitness tests to face Geelong on Friday night. Assuming they are both right to go, it likely means one of MorrisonPuopolo or Hanrahan misses out. It's a tough call whichever way. Lewis' placement in the 'B' team in Friday's match simulation also added some mystery to selection, given his strong finish to last season. - Marc McGowan 

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Lewis launches as Hawks own the air

Hawthorn forward Mitchell Lewis takes a strong mark in a quarter of marking dominance

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Melbourne

In: Nathan Jones, Christian Salem
Out: Toby Bedford, Charlie Spargo

B: Neville Jetta, Steven May, Jake Lever
HB: James Harmes, Oscar McDonald, Michael Hibberd
C: Ed Langdon, Clayton Oliver, Adam Tomlinson
HF: Alex Neal-Bullen, Tom McDonald, Jake Melksham
F: Kysaiah Pickett, Bayley Fritsch, Mitch Brown
Foll: Max Gawn, Jack Viney, Christian Petracca
I/C: Angus Brayshaw, Nathan Jones, Christian Salem, Jay Lockhart

Emerg: Luke Jackson, Sam Weideman, Tom Sparrow, Joel Smith
Unavailable: Nil

The Demons loaded up on pressure forwards in their season opener, so it'll be interesting to see if ex-Bomber Brown is preferred over Bedford, Spargo, Neal-Bullen or even bolter Harley Bennell. Brown also faces competition from taller teammates Jackson and Weideman. Lockhart could play in attack if required but that's unlikely, given his good form down back. - Marc McGowan

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Marsh: Jones' two in one

Nathan Jones kicks two goals within one minute and helps keep Melbourne in front

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North Melbourne

In: Mason Wood
Out: Nick Larkey (foot)

B: Jamie Macmillan, Robbie Tarrant, Luke McDonald
HB: Jasper Pittard, Josh Walker, Shaun Atley
C: Trent Dumont, Ben Cunnington, Jared Polec
HF: Tarryn Thomas, Mason Wood, Curtis Taylor
F: Jack Ziebell, Ben Brown, Cameron Zurhaar
Foll: Todd Goldstein, Shaun Higgins, Jy Simpkin
I/C: Aaron Hall, Jed Anderson, Paul Ahern, Tom Murphy

Emerg: Tristan Xerri, Aiden Bonar, Dom Tyson, Sam Durdin
Unavailable: Luke Davies-Uniacke (groin), Majak Daw (chest), Taylor Garner (hamstring), Ben Jacobs (concussion), Nick Larkey (foot), Kayne Turner (toe/foot), Ed Vickers-Willis (turf toe), Marley Williams (suspension)

Larkey (foot) will miss the GWS clash, and it's unclear what direction the Roos will go in for his replacement. Untried pair Xerri and Lachie Hosie are two options but they may instead opt for Wood, who started the pre-season as a defender. North could also turn to ex-Giant Bonar, who has played as a forward and would add midfield depth. Will Anderson play after only just coming out of quarantine? Youngsters Bailey Scott, Will Walker and Jack Mahony will hope to break in, too. - Marc McGowan

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Lifter from Larkey as Roos keep rolling

Nick Larkey brilliantly bends one through from distance as North Melbourne continue to edge closer

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In: Ollie Wines, Riley Bonner, Charlie Dixon
Out: Mitch Georgiades (calf), Trent McKenzie (omitted), Jarrod Lienert (omitted)

B: Ryan Burton, Tom Jonas, Riley Bonner
HB:
Hamish Hartlett, Tom Clurey, Darcy Byrne-Jones
C:
Connor Rozee, Travis Boak, Xavier Duursma
HF:
Sam Powell-Pepper, Charlie Dixon, Brad Ebert
F:
Steven Motlop, Todd Marshall, Robbie Gray
Foll:
Scott Lycett, Tom Rockliff, Ollie Wines
I/C:
Karl Amon, Zak Butters, Justin Westhoff, Dan Houston

Emerg: Peter Ladhams, Jarrod Lienert, Trent McKenzie, Jack Watts
Unavailable:
Mitch Georgiades (calf), Willem Drew (foot) 

An unfortunate injury looks likely to rule out Georgiades (calf), who impressed on debut in round one. Expect Ladhams to be on standby, with Lycett (hamstring) likely to undergo a fitness test later this week. Wines (shoulder), Bonner (quad/ankle) and Dixon (adductor) will return, having missed the season-opener, while Gray (toe), Hartlett (thigh) and Ebert (knee) have all had sufficient time to recover from injuries during the shutdown period. McKenzie and Lienert would be unlucky omissions, only due to the quality of the inclusions. - Riley Beveridge

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Marsh: Injury finishes Power forward's day

Charlie Dixon's day is done due to a minor adductor issue

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Richmond

In: Bachar Houli
Out: Toby Nankervis 

B: Nathan Broad, Dylan Grimes, David Astbury
HB: Liam Baker, Nick Vlastuin, Jayden Short
C: Josh Caddy, Dion Prestia, Jack Graham
HF: Daniel Rioli, Shane Edwards, Jason Castagna
F: Tom Lynch, Dustin Martin, Jack Riewoldt
Foll: Ivan Soldo, Trent Cotchin, Kane Lambert
I/C: Marlion Pickett, Shai Bolton, Bachar Houli, Sydney Stack

Emerg: Jack Higgins, Jack Ross, Kamdyn McIntosh, Toby Nankervis
Unavailable: Nil

Houli looks likely to recover from his calf injury in time for the blockbuster return to footy on Thursday night. Nankervis makes way with Soldo to lead the ruck and potentially Pickett in the mix to provide reliefHiggins will be close, while Ross and McIntosh are next up should the Tigers suffer any injuries. - Ben Sutton

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Which out-of-contract Tiger is primed to make his mark?

Nat Edwards and Riley Beveridge discuss how Richmond is placed ahead of the season resumption

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St Kilda

In: Josh Battle
Out: Paddy Ryder (omitted)

B: Jarryn Geary, Dougal Howard, Callum Wilkie
HB: Hunter Clark, Dylan Roberton, Ben Long
C: Jack Billings, Jack Steele, Bradley Hill
HF: Jade Gresham, Tim Membrey, Dean Kent
F: Dan Butler, Max King, Jack Lonie
Foll: Rowan Marshall, Seb Ross, Dan Hannebery
I/C: Josh Battle, Luke Dunstan, Zak Jones, Ben Paton

Emerg: Jack Sinclair, Paddy Ryder, Jimmy Webster, Nick Coffield
Unavailable: Nil

Brett Ratten has hinted at going with one ruckman and the Saints could back Marshall to go head-to-head against Tim English and leave Ryder out, especially with Collingwood to come off a six-day break. Battle adds flexibility, while Paton and Wilkie did little wrong to be dislodged for Webster, Coffield or Jake Carlisle. - Mitch Cleary

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Battle shoots, Battle scores

The Saints eventually conjure a much-needed goal through some clever thinking from promising youngster Josh Battle

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Sydney Swans

In: George Hewett, Lewis Melican
Out: Justin McInerney (omitted), Kaiden Brand (omitted)

B: Aliir Aliir, Dane Rampe, Lewis Melican
HB: Jake Lloyd, Tom McCartin, Callum Mills
C: Harry Cunningham, Luke Parker, Oliver Florent
HF: Tom Papley, Nick Blakey, Jordan Dawson
F: Lewis Taylor, Isaac Heeney, Will Hayward
Foll: Sam Naismith, Josh Kennedy, George Hewett
I/C: James Rowbottom, Sam Gray, Colin O'Riordan, Ben Ronke

Emerg: Kaiden Brand, Callum Sinclair, Ryan Clarke, Dylan Stephens
Unavailable: Lance Franklin (hamstring), Sam Reid (calf), Jackson Thurlow (calf)

Hewett is a certain inclusion, while Naismith (hamstring) is in doubt and understudy Michael Knoll (knee) is also injured, so Sinclair may score a reprieve unless they ruck with Aliir. The decision on Aliir could impact the rest of their decisions on their talls. Does Melican come in after injury and, if so, is it at ex-Hawk Brand's expense or one of the smaller crew? Possibly neither plays, given the Bombers' small attack. Whether McCartin goes forward will have a say in this, too. Could draftees Stephens and Will Gould force their way in? McInerney is stiff to miss after a solid showing in the season-opener. - Marc McGowan 

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Smooth moves from the Swans

A nice bounce pass opens up George Hewett who finishes with the goal

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West Coast Eagles

In: Oscar Allen
Out: Tom Hickey (omitted)

B: Liam Duggan, Tom Barrass, Brad Sheppard
HB: Shannon Hurn, Jeremy McGovern, Lewis Jetta
C: Jarrod Brander, Dom Sheed, Andrew Gaff
HF: Tim Kelly, Jack Darling, Jack Petruccelle
F: Jamie Cripps, Josh Kennedy, Liam Ryan
Foll: Nic Naitanui, Elliot Yeo, Luke Shuey
I/C: Oscar Allen, Brendon Ah Chee, Jackson Nelson, Jack Redden

Emerg: Tom Hickey, Tom Cole, Jake Waterman, Will Schofield
Unavailable: Jarrod Cameron (pubic bone), Mark Hutchings (knee)

As Adam Simpson noted last week, there hasn't been a chance for players to play themselves out of the best line-up in the past 10 weeks. Allen replaces Hickey as the only forced change given the reliance behind Naitanui will reduce in shortened quarters and he can also provide more in attack. - Mitch Cleary

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Allen kicks the match-winner

Oscar Allen's brilliance has ensured the Eagles will come away from Adelaide with the four points

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Western Bulldogs

In: Patrick Lipinski, Tom Liberatore, Toby McLean, Josh Schache
Out: Lachie Hunter (suspended), Ryan Gardner (omitted), Lewis Young (omitted), Ben Cavarra (omitted)

B: Easton Wood, Zaine Cordy, Jason Johannisen
HB: Hayden Crozier, Alex Keath, Bailey Williams
C: Bailey Smith, Marcus Bontempelli, Matthew Suckling
HF: Bailey Dale, Josh Bruce, Patrick Lipinski
F: Mitch Wallis, Aaron Naughton, Sam Lloyd
Foll: Tim English, Josh Dunkley, Jackson Macrae
I/C: Caleb Daniel, Toby McLean, Tom Liberatore, Lewis Young

Emerg: Ed Richards, Ryan Gardner, Tory Dickson, Josh Schache
Unavailable: Lachie Hunter (suspended), Taylor Duryea (quad)

The Bulldogs got smashed in just about every area in round one, so there's no band-aid fix. Lipinski is a no-brainer inclusion and Liberatore looks right to go. McLean might provide more than Cavarra as a pressure forward. - Jourdan Canil

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The Data Game: Pinpoint Dog a star on the rise

Western Bulldogs midfielder Patrick Lipinski further strengthened his side in 2019

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