Game Chat – Western Bulldogs vs Hawthorn

Written by Huttabito on July 7 2018

WHERE AND WHEN: Etihad Stadium, Saturday, July 7, 7.25pm AEST

SUMMARY
Sitting out of the eight on percentage, this Saturday night encounter looms as a must-win danger game for Hawthorn, as a young Bulldogs outfit have found encouraging form over the past fortnight. The Hawks were disappointing in the loss to Greater Western Sydney last week, copping a hammering in contested possession and clearances. Tom Mitchell had another 50-possession game, and Dogs coach Luke Beveridge is likely to send in-form youngster Josh Dunkley to go head-to-head with the prolific midfielder. The Dogs have looked much better with the inclusion of key defenders Marcus Adams and Dale Morris, with the duo set to perform important roles on dangerous Hawk forwards Jarryd Roughead and Jack Gunston. Another interesting subplot will be how Tom Boyd fares in the ruck against twin towers Ben McEvoy and Jon Ceglar.

LAST FIVE MEETINGS
R23, 2017: Hawthorn 15.9 (99) d Western Bulldogs 13.12 (90) at Etihad 
2SF, 2016: Western Bulldogs 16.11 (107) d Hawthorn 12.12 (84) at the MCG
R3, 2016: Hawthorn 14.9 (93) d Western Bulldogs 13.12 (90) at Etihad 
R3, 2015: Hawthorn 19.13 (127) d Western Bulldogs 8.9 (57) at UTAS
R19, 2014: Hawthorn 16.11 (107) d Western Bulldogs 6.9 (45) at UTAS

Hutta’s Tip:  Hawthorn by 12 points

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11 thoughts on “Game Chat – Western Bulldogs vs Hawthorn”

  1. LATE CHANGES
    Western Bulldogs: Nil
    Hawthorn: Conor Glass replaced in selected side by Jonathon O’Rourke

    FINAL INTERCHANGES
    Western Bulldogs: Josh Schache, Shane Biggs, Caleb Daniel, Brad Lynch
    Hawthorn: Jonathon O’Rourke, Jon Ceglar, Harry Morrison, Teia Miles

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  2. Not really SC relevant…

    Bad luck for Conar Glass being a late out tonight, but best of luck to Jono O’Rourke… been solid at Box Hill on & off for 12 months! It’s been way too long, original top 10 pick from GWS if memory treats me right!

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    1. Pretty sure he was pick 2 Catta. Questions over his professionalism so I’m surprised he hasn’t been delisted.

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  3. Bulldogs fan so a little bias, anyone after a cash cow defender Brad Lynch is a very good option. 61 at half time and bevo loves him. Otherwise, a stressful game and bont needs to lift for my points!

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  4. The Bulldogs have some seriously good kids, and a lot of them. However badly this year may have gone for them, I don’t think they’ll be at the tail end of the ladder for long.

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