PREVIEW: Round 19 @ East Fremantle

Subiaco will hope to continue their incredible streak against East Fremantle as they travel to East Freo oval Saturday.

The Lions have put together a historic 15 game run which has involved dismantling the leagues’ best sides. Their only loss of the season came against South Fremantle in Round One.

East Fremantle’s last game was in Round 17 where they recorded their second win of the season. It hasn’t been a great year for the Sharks but they’ve shown signs throughout the campaign.

Subiaco put on a clinical performance against Peel in Round 18 and are slowly finding their best side. Unfortunately for the Lions, defender Joel Latham took a blow to the knee late in the Thunder game and will miss a considerable amount of time.
The Maroons still have key injuries to players like Chris Phelan, Clancy Wheeler and Liam Baker as well but have found ways to compensate with their depth.

Young ruck Adam Creeper is available this week after returning from a two-week suspension. Creeper was named in the WAFL team of the week in consecutive rounds after making his debut but was sidelined due to a digression against Aidan Tropiano in Round 16. Creeper’s ability in the middle and in the forward line will be an asset for the Lions, whether he is used this week or not.


The Sharks lifted for one of their key players with Jayden Schofield playing his 100th game in Round 17. Although it was against last place Perth the Lions will need to be wary of a young side hunting for blood. East Freo forward Matt Watson slotted four goals straight against the Demons and will be a focus for the Subi backs.


Subiaco’s experienced midfield line up has been chopping in recent weeks led by the inspirational Kyal Horsley. Horsley was mentioned by Channel 7’s football experts constantly for being a phenomenal runner and he has colleagues like Kitchin and Adam Cockie playing the part around him. Horsley is 7th in the league for disposals on 398, Kitchin 6th with 407.
The Sharks gave Subi a run for their money In Round 10 (QBE Day) and led early in the last quarter. The Maroons stabilised to run out 31 point winners but will be wary of the danger East Fremantle pose. 

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