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Western Bulldogs v Richmond Tigers

Cotchin

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Richmond will start favourites in their round three AFL clash against the Western Bulldogs, however start the match at Etihad Stadium wary of a Bulldogs side reeling from last weekends disappointing loss against North Melbourne.

Midfielder Brett Deledio will miss his first game in seven seasons, however the Tigers have been buoyed by the return of Daniel Jackson.

Richmond’s Jack Riewoldt has kicked 17 goals in his last four outings against the Western Bulldogs and can expect to receive plenty of extra attention from the home side as they look to nullify the Tigers champions impact on the encounter.

Liberatore

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Both teams boast fast, aggressive midfield combinations with the Bulldogs Ryan Griffin, Tom Liberatore, Mathew Boyd along with All Australian ruckman Will Minson hopeful they can improve on last weekends performance and run out four quarters and secure their first win of the 2014 campaign in front of what is expected to be a big home crowd.


Be sure to follow @BLKSPORT @Richmond_FC + @WesternBulldogs  #AFLDogsTigers #GatherThePack #GoTiges during this weekends game. 

Support your favourite BLK & KooGa team by proudly wearing your clubs colours this weekend.

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