SFC 2015: Round Four Preview

Subiaco will look to get their season back on track as West Perth visit Medibank Stadium on Saturday.

The Lions were flying high with two big wins in a row until co-tenants East Perth grounded the reigning premiers with a 65-point hiding on Good Friday.

The Falcons have been impressive but have arguably had an easier draw. After being out-played by South Fremantle in Round One the Joondalup based club have had convincing wins over Peel and Perth.

Round Four looms as a monumental chance for Subiaco and West Perth with both sides floating around the top four.


Subiaco youngster James Garcia pulls out some party tricks against East Perth last week. 
 
 
GAME CHANGERS

FALLING FORWARDS
The Lions are kicking decent totals, but haven’t been able to get their best forward six on the park this year. Last year’s leading goal-kicker Matthew Boland is yet to return after working through off-season injuries and pressure forward Christopher Deluca is in a similar category. With star Shane Yarran set to miss through suspension this week the Lions will need younger players to stand up. James Garcia has shown plenty and Michael Wood is yet to assert his dominance. Subi will need big performances from them this week. 
 

PRESSURE IS KEY
Modern football revolves around pressure… and a lot of it. Last year the Lions were able to swell and pressure the ball carrier to force turnovers and control the momentum. They were able to do this in the first two rounds of 2015 but were out-played at their own game by East Perth last week.

If the Lions can apply frenetic team pressure on the West Perth ball carriers, specifically Shane Nelson and reigning Sandover medallist Aaron Black, then they will be in a position to play the game on their terms.

FULL OF FRANKSTON
Saturday’s clash will feature three former players from VFL club Frankston… And there must be something in the water over there because they are all strong, hard-working players who have an x-factor. Subiaco’s Leigh Kitchin and Lachlan Delahunty have transitioned to Subiaco from the Dolphins over the last two years. Kitchin is a prolific inside midfielder and Delahunty is an athletic utility who can take big grabs. West Perth established their Frankston connection with the addition of forward Michael Lourey this year and he’s second in the league with 11 goals in his first three games as a Falcon.  

QBE MAN OF THE MATCH:
The Subiaco Football Club will be running the QBE Man of the Match every week this season. Vote for your Subi player of the day this week to win a signed Lions replica jersey and automatically enter a pool for the ultimate Lions fan experience. DETAILS

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