FREMANTLE has turned to Jesse Hogan as it prepares to play with three tall forward options against Richmond on Wednesday night.
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Hogan will play his first game since injuring his calf after round five and is set to start in attack after the Dockers recently scrapped plans to use him as a defender in scratch matches.
Justin Longmuir has lost patience with Connor Blakely after five matches, the midfielder missing out again, just as he did for the first eight games of the season.
Blake Acres has won his spot back and first-year forward Michael Frederick is back from a rest, with top-10 pick Liam Henry dropped and Brett Bewley injured.
The Tigers will tackle the Dockers' tall timber with an undersized defence, dual premiership defender Nathan Broad replacing the injured Dylan Grimes (hamstring).
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Jack Higgins has been recalled in place of Kane Lambert who is expected to miss just one match with a hip complaint.
Jack Ross will be joined by three untried players – Riley Collier-Dawkins, Hugo Ralphsmith and Ben Miller – in the emergencies with Josh Caddy (hamstring tightness) ruled out of selection.
Wednesday, September 2
Richmond v Fremantle, Metricon Stadium, 7.10pm AEST
In: N.Broad, J.Higgins
Out: D.Grimes (hamstring), K.Lambert (hip)
In: M.Frederick, J.Hogan, B.Acres
Out: L.Henry (omitted), B.Bewley (groin), C.Blakely (omitted)