Western Bulldogs vs Gold Coast Suns Tips, Odds and Teams – AFL 2015 Round 15

Saturday’s (11/07/2015) second AFL 2015 Round 15 match is between Western Bulldogs and Gold Coast Suns. The opening bounce is set to commence at 16:35 local time with the game to be played at Cazaly’s Stadium, Cairns. The home team Western Bulldogs are the favourites for the match. View our preview and teams for the game between Western Bulldogs and Gold Coast Suns.


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When: 16:35 | Saturday 11/07/2015

Where: Cazaly’s Stadium, Cairns



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Tip: Western Bulldogs at $1.72


Value Tip: First Goalscorer: Dixon, Charlie at $7.00




B Easton Wood, Dale Morris, Matthew Boyd

HB Robert Murphy, Fletcher Roberts, Jason Johannisen

C Jack Macrae, Marcus Bontempelli, Tory Dickson

HF Luke Dahlhaus, Tom Boyd, Jarrad Grant

F Mitch Wallis, Jack Redpath, Jake Stringer

FOL Will Minson, Koby Stevens, Liam Picken

I/C Lachie Hunter, Josh Prudden, Michael Talia, Caleb Daniel

EMG Lukas Webb, Bailey Dale, Ayce Cordy

IN MichaelTalia, Josh Prudden, Lachie Hunter, Tom Boyd

OUT Jordan Roughead, Joel Hamling, Mitch Honeychurch, Toby McLean.


B Seb Tape, Rory Thompson, Kade Kolodjashnij

HB Jarrod Harbrow, Steven May, Trent McKenzie

C Alex Sexton, Gary Ablett, Nick Malceski

HF David Swallow, Tom J. Lynch, Brandon Matera

F Aaron Hall, Charlie Dixon, Sam Day

FOL Tom Nicholls, Michael Rischitelli, Mitch Hallahan

I/C Matt Shaw, Touk Miller, Jesse Lonergan, Sean Lemmens

EMG Andrew Boston, Clay Cameron, Keegan Brooksby

IN Jarrod Harbrow, Rory Thompson, Matt Shaw, Seb Tape, Sean Lemmens

OUT Luke Russell, Keegan Brooksby, Henry Schade, Andrew Boston, Adam Saad.

News :

The Western Bulldogs’ three injuries in their AFL win over Carlton highlights the challenge they face as they try to secure an unlikely finals berth.

The Bulldogs are now a game clear inside the top eight following Saturday night’s 11-point win at Etihad Stadium.

They have been one of the success stories of the season, but coach Luke Beveridge admits his young team will need some luck as it tries to maintain momentum.

He revealed that defender Dale Morris played out the game despite suffering a likely broken jaw in the first term.

Toby McLean suffered a potentially-serious A/C joint injury in his left shoulder and ruckman Jordan Roughead was subbed out at half time with a jarred back.

“All you can do is laud that sort of courage,” Beveridge said of Morris.

“That’s how we won (on Saturday), based on just spirit and courage.

“We’ll need to hold it together physically to continue our journey, but we won’t talk about it too much.

“We’ll just hope the footy gods smile on us a bit with that.”

The Bulldogs’ youth could become hurt them in the back end of the season, when fatigue looms as a factor.

But they have been determined not to dwell on it.

“Don’t tell our players – we’re trying to ignore that fact,” Beveridge said.

“We said to them at the start of the year (that) we can use it as an excuse or we can just soldier on and really reach for the sky.

“That’s what they have chosen to do and so they’ve achieved a hell of a lot.

“Now we just hope we can endure and come on in the back end (of the season).”

Beveridge added they were not talking about finals just yet, noting that Gold Coast is their next opposition.

The Suns upset North Melbourne and their captain Gary Ablett ominously made a successful return from injury.

“There’s no doubt it hangs out in the abyss,” Beveridge said of making the finals.

“We haven’t spoken about it, but obviously it’s everyone’s goal.

“There’s just a long way to go and we saw (on Saturday) – we play Gold Coast next week.”

All odds are subject to change. Odds listed are correct at the time of the latest update.

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