WEST Coast has made four changes for its Thursday night clash with North Melbourne, as it prepares to make one last push for a top-four spot.
The Eagles have recalled Dom Sheed (hamstring) and Brendon Ah Chee (finger) from injury, while 188cm defender Luke Foley has been named for his AFL debut.
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Fellow youngster Bailey Williams also returns to provide ruck support for the experienced Nic Naitanui.
Four-time All Australian defender Jeremy McGovern goes out of the side due to a hamstring problem, while young trio Hamish Brayshaw, Xavier O'Neill and Jarrod Brander have all been dropped.
West Coast needs victory over North Melbourne, and for either one of Richmond or Geelong to lose to either Adelaide or Sydney respectively later in the weekend, in order to keep its slim hopes of a double chance alive.
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North Melbourne has made two changes of its own for the club's final game of the year, with defensive duo Tom Murphy and Sam Durdin included in the side.
Young midfielder Aiden Bonar is injured, having battled a shoulder complaint heading into last Saturday's defeat to Fremantle, while uncontracted forward Mason Wood has been dropped for the third time this season as the Kangaroos aim to avoid an eighth straight defeat.
Thursday, September 16
North Melbourne v West Coast at Metricon Stadium, 7.10pm AEST
In: S.Durdin, T.Murphy
Out: M.Wood (omitted), A.Bonar (injured)
In: D.Sheed, B.Ah Chee, L.Foley, B.Williams
Out: H.Brayshaw (omitted), X.O'Neill (omitted), J.Brander (omitted), J.McGovern (hamstring)
New: Luke Foley