Fremantle Dockers vs Richmond Tigers Live Scores and Results – AFL 2017 Round 22

Sunday’s AFL 2017 Round 22 match is between Fremantle Dockers and Richmond Tigers with the game to be played at the Domain Stadium.

View our AFL live scores, stream, odds and results for the game between Fremantle Dockers and Richmond Tigers.

When: 16:40 | Sunday 20/08/2017

Where: Domain Stadium


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B: R.Nyhuis, J.Hamling, L.Ryan

HB: E.Hughes, M.Johnson, D.Tucker

C: L.Weller, N.Fyfe, B.Hill

HF: H.Crozier, M.Taberner, H.Bennell

F: H.Ballantyne, C.McCarthy, B.Cox

FOL: S.Darcy, B.Hill, D.Mundy

I/C (from): N.Suban, G.Logue, C.Sutcliffe, J.Deluca, S.Kersten, D.Pearce, T.Sheridan

IN: H.Bennell, T.Sheridan, H.Crozier, R.Nyhuis

OUT: L.Neale


B: N.Broad, A.Rance, D.Grimes

HB: B.Ellis, D.Astbury, N.Vlastuin

C: K.McIntosh, T.Cotchin, S.Grigg

HF: K.Lambert, S.Edwards, I.Soldo

F: D.Butler, J.Riewoldt, D.Rioli

FOL: T.Nankervis, D.Martin, D.Prestia

I/C (from): B.Lennon, B.Houli, J.Townsend, C.Ellis, O.Markov, J.Castagna, J.Graham

IN: J.Townsend, B.Lennon, O.Markov, J.Graham

OUT: J.Caddy


AFL News:

Sydney will adopt a finals-like mentality against Adelaide in Friday night’s AFL blockbuster.

The Swans, who are set to make history by becoming the first side to start a season with six straight losses then reach finals, are a chance of finishing in the top four.

Swans defender Dane Rampe says his resurgent team can’t wait to test themselves against the ladder leaders at Adelaide Oval in a game that shapes as an ideal dress rehearsal for September.

“In a home and away sense, definitely (this is Sydney’s biggest game of the year),” Rampe said on Wednesday.

“They’re ladder leaders, we’re in pretty good form ourselves.

“You’re going to have to (bring a finals-like mentality). We’re preparing for finals hopefully come the end of the year. They definitely are.

“It’s going to be on, so I dare say the’ll be treating it like a finals match. We like to think we’re playing on the edge every week and this week is going to be no different.”

The Crows boast the most potent forward line in the competition, with Rampe saying team defence is the only way to shut them down.

“Their offence is the best in the competition by about 200 points … they’ve got a lot of goal-scoring options,” he said.

“So we (Sydney’s defenders) are really looking forward to that challenge.

“It’s not just the defensive six, it’s our 18-man defence that we really pride ourselves on. The forwards and midfielders have a genuine role in helping us stopping the opposition forwards.”

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