THE WESTERN Bulldogs have rolled out a late improvement. For Sunday’s conflict with Hawthorn at the MCG, selecting to ‘rest’ adolescent Bailey Williams and supplanting him with Lewis Young.
In any case, Hawthorn is unaltered, which means Tom Scully will make his Hawks debut.
It will guarantee Scully will total an exceptional rebound from a broken fibula and syndesmosis damage that had undermined his profession in March a year ago.
In the meantime, George Horlin-Smith is a late scratching for Gold Coast’s match against Fremantle, experiencing a tight back. Little protector Jesse Joyce is his substitution.
Horlin-Smith’s nonattendance adds to the knee damage that sidelined Ben Ainsworth from the Suns’ cycle one misfortune to St Kilda.
Co-chief David Swallow keeps up his place in the Gold Coast lineup in the wake of beating knee damage.
Fremantle goes in unaltered from its chose group with Melbourne enlist Jesse Hogan set to play his first diversion in Dockers’ hues.
Bailey Williams is late for Sunday’s conflict at Marvel Stadium
However, The Western Bulldogs made the most recent change in Sunday’s conflict with Hawthorn in MCG, resting youthful junior Bailey Williams and supplanting him with Lewis Young. We have a late change.
Lewis Young comes in for his first round of 2019, supplanting Bailey Williams (rested). #AFLHawksDogs #MightyWest