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AFL TEAM | Round 2

Western Bulldogs have named their side to face the West Coast Eagles on Sunday afternoon.

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The Western Bulldogs have named an unchanged line-up for Sunday’s clash with the West Coast Eagles at Marvel Stadium.

After a 16-point win against Collingwood to start the 2021 season, the Bulldogs will back in the same starting 22.

Opening round debutants Anthony Scott and Lachie McNeil have held their spots.

Both teams started the season with a win – with the Eagles coming off a 25-point win on Sunday against the Gold Coast Suns at Optus Stadium.

The Bulldogs will have two individual milestones to acknowledge.

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Gun midfielder Tom Liberatore will play his 150th AFL match in red, white and blue.

The father-son draftee joined the Bulldogs in the 2010 draft and made his AFL debut in round one of 2011.

Liberatore’s decorated career includes claiming the Charles Sutton Medal in 2014 and, of course, being part of the 2016 premiership side.

Key defender Alex Keath will also play his 50th AFL game. 

The 29-year-old played 30 games for the Adelaide Crows, and hasn’t missed a game since joining the Bulldogs before the 2020 season.

Channel 7 will broadcast the game live, with the first bounce at 3.20pm.


Western Bulldogs v West Coast Eagles
Sunday 28 March, 3.20pm AEDT
Marvel Stadium

B: Bailey Williams, Ryan Gardner, Caleb Daniel
HB: Taylor Duryea, Alex Keath, Adam Treloar
C: Pat Lipinski, Bailey Smith, Lachie Hunter
HF: Bailey Dale, Aaron Naughton, Josh Dunkley
F: Tim English, Josh Bruce, Marcus Bontempelli
R: Stefan Martin, Jack Macrae, Tom Liberatore
Int: Mitch Wallis, Laitham Vandermeer, Anthony Scott, Lachie McNeil
Emer: Lewis Young, Rhylee West, Jason Johannisen, Lin Jong

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