All eyes look to Subiaco Oval this week where the winless Kangaroos will offer themselves up as the percentage boosting chumps that Fremantle need to get themselves back to the happy end of the ladder. With back to back wins and a spot in the top 8 simply a matter of time, Harley Balic has decided to rest himself this week, after buggering up his hip during the win over Melbourne last week. He' may struggle to get back into the side because he's annoyed the selection committee by forcing them into work, most had decided to turn their Easter long weekend into an Anzac Day fortnight. They don't forgive that sort of thing easily. THe Kangaroos have decided to rest Braydon Preuss but have made sure Nathan Hrovat knows he's omitted, which seems a bit petty and probably the reason they're falling apart at the bottom of the ladder.


FB: Ethan Hughes Joel Hamling Lee Spurr
FF: Lindsay Thomas Mason Wood Jy Simpkin
HB: Garrick Ibbotson Michael Johnson Connor Blakely
HF: Andrew Swallow Ben Brown Jamie Macmillan
C: Stephen Hill Lachie Neale Bradley Hill
C: Kayne Turnern Ben Cunnington Taylor Garner
HF: Lachie Weller Cam McCarthy Ed Langdon
HB: Sam Gibson Scott D. Thompson Lachlan Hansen
FF: Michael Walters Shane Kersten Brady Grey
FB: Aaron Mullett Robbie Tarrant Marley Williams
MID: Aaron Sandilands Nat Fyfe David Mundy
MID: Todd Goldstein Jack Ziebell Shaun Higgins
BENCH: Griffin Logue Tommy Sheridan
Hayden Crozier Darcy Tucker
BENCH: Luke McDonald Trent Dumont
Shaun Atley Ed Vickers-Willis
Fremantle
v
Nth Melbourne
Saturday
22nd April
5:40PM
Subiaco Oval
22
Fremantle $1.48
Nth Melbourne $2.65
Seven5:30PM
Foxtel5:30PM