Friday’s only AFL 2016 Finals Week 2 match is between Hawthorn Hawks and Western Bulldogs with the game to be played at the MCG. The opening bounce is set to commence at 19:50 local time with the home team Hawthorn Hawks currently holding favouritism. View our AFL live scores, stream, odds and results for the game between Hawthorn Hawks and Western Bulldogs.
When: 19:50 | Friday 16/09/2016
B: T.Duryea, J.Frawley, S.Burgoyne
HB: L.Hodge, J.Gibson, G.Birchall
C: I.Smith, S.Mitchell, B.Hill
HF: L.Breust, J.Gunston, C.Rioli
F: P.Puopolo, J.Fitzpatrick, R.Schoenmakers
R: B.McEvoy, J.Lewis, L.Shiels
I/C: B.Stratton, B.Whitecross, J.Sicily, B.Hartung
EMG: W.Langford, D.Howe, M.Spangher
IN: B.Hartung, J.Sicily
OUT: R.Burton, D.Howe.
B: J.Johannisen, J.Hamling, M.Boyd
HB: M.Suckling, D.Morris, E.Wood
C: L.Hunter, M.Bontempelli, L.Picken
HF: J.Macrae, Z.Cordy, J.Stringer
F: T.Dickson, T.Boyd, C.Daniel
R: J.Roughead, L.Dahlhaus, T.Liberatore
I/C: C.Smith, T.McLean, J.Dunkley, S.Biggs
EMG: T.Campbell, L.Webb, R.Smith
Midfielder Billy Hartung is back in Hawthorn’s side for their AFL semi-final against the Western Bulldogs at the MCG.
The Hawks recalled Hartung and forward James Sicily, who missed last week’s epic qualifying-final loss to Geelong.
The Bulldogs have recalled Toby McLean for Lin Jong, who has a broken collarbone, while Sydney have included Jeremy Laidler and Toby Nankervis for Saturday’s semi-final against an unchanged Adelaide at the SCG.