PREVIEW: Round 12 vs Peel

Subi will be looking to build off their biggest win as they welcome Peel at Medibank Stadium this Saturday.

The Lions have lost their last two home games but were buoyed by a dominant four-quarter performance against the Royals last week.
The 99-point victory in Round 11 was the 4th biggest winning margin against East Perth since the relocation to Leederville Oval and the Lions will be hoping that performance translates into the Thunder.

Peel are coming off a big win of their own after downing East Fremantle by 26 points at ATOM Stadium last week. The Thunder are 6-4 and finding consistency as the season goes on.
These two sides last met in Round One of the 2016 WAFL Season with Subiaco prevailing by eight points at Bendigo Bank Stadium.

The line-ups will be fairly different in Round 12 with rigours of the WAFL season taking a toll on both sides.

Scott Hancock, Lachlan Delahunty, Brett Robinson, Wayde Twomey Kyle Halligan Jordan Lockyer, and Hayden Kennedy are notable casualties for Subiaco whilst Peel have been significantly weakened by AFL affiliate Fremantle’s injury woes.
The Thunder are playing more of their local, in-experienced talent due to the Dockers situation and the Lions could take advantage of that.
Karl Collard, Bradley Mcgowan, Michael Humble, Richard Wight, Andrew Haydon and Keegan Power have all played 5 league games or less for Peel.

Tendai Mzungu has been out of favour at Fremantle this year but he hasn’t let it affect his determination on the field. Mzungu has been dominating for Peel since being dropped to the WAFL averaging 23.8 disposals a game. The Docker had 27 touches and eight tackles against the Sharks last week.
Peel and Subiaco have been relying on their player list depth and this game will be decided by the younger players who are willing to stand up. Subiaco’s back line has been exemplary with Aaron Heal, Declan Jackson & Greg Clark performing out of sight. Peel played eight players with ten or less games experience against East Fremantle last week and got the win.
Since Subiaco has called Medibank Stadium home the Thunder have only managed to beat the Lions twice with the last Peel victory dating back to 2012. The total win-loss tally is 18-5 in favour of Subiaco.

The Lions Ladies Forum will be hosting a cake stall with all proceeds going to the Colts scholarship fund. The Ladies will also be drawing a raffle directly after the game at the Subi Bar.


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