The Barometer: Round 4

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Luke Hodge slides in to Harry O'Brien's legs and umpires award the Hawks skipper a free kick, and report O'Brien.

GWS's No. 1 draft pick Jonathon Patton has sustained yet another knee injury.

Two Essendon players face nervous waits from the AFL match review panel after seperate bumps in Friday night's clach against Fremantle

Hawthorn defender Brian Lake is ready to return. Picture: Stephen Harman Source: Herald Sun

WHO'S hurt and who is in line for selection at your club?


Nathan van Berlo (knee) test
Sam Shaw (hamstring) 8 weeks

ON THE BLOCK: Luke Brown had a Showdown he'd rather forget chasing Port Adelaide young gun Chad Wingard (three goals in the last quarter). His efforts in Round 1 and 2 should hold him in good stead. Graham Johncock could be in strife after failing to fire in his return to the side. The veteran goalsneak kicked 1.2 and two of his five disposals were clangers. Brodie Smith (collarbone) and Nathan van Berlo must prove their fitness during the week.

ON THE CUSP: Ian Callinan did his chances of a recall no harm picking up 19 disposals including five clearances and a goal in the SANFL. Jared Lyons had the ball on a string while Tom Lynch clunked 12 marks to go with 29 disposals.

GILBERT GARDINER'S FORECAST: A week is a very long time in footy. Just imagine what a year must feel like. Adelaide coach Brenton Sanderson could do no wrong 12 months ago. Yesterday, the Crows recorded their second loss in three matches, blowing a six-goal lead against rival Port Adelaide. The Crows lost the midfield battle, trailing a young and hungry Port side in clearances and hitouts. The Crows need Patrick Dangerfield, who went missing in the second half, and Jacobs to lift to get their season back on track. But expect the Crows to bounce back against the Dogs.


Simon Black (knee) 1 week
Brent Staker (foot) 1 week
Jesse O'Brien (adductor) 5 weeks
Stephen Wrigley (knee) season
Jared Polec (knee) TBA
Matt McGuire (leg) 4 weeks

Jared Polec twisted his knee in a marking contest and could be in trouble. Stefan Martin was subbed off after kicking a goal. If fit, he plays. Elliot Yeo (13 disposals, four clangers, 54 per cent efficiency) and substitute James Polkinghorne (eight touches at 50 per cent) didn't set the world alight.

ON THE CUSP: Sam Docherty and Marco Paparone put in strong performances for the Lions reserves. Docherty, a rebounding defender with silky skills, was named best afield while key post Paparone bagged three goals. Tried forwards Aaron Cornelius and Jordan Lisle also figured in the goals.

GILBERT GARDINER'S FORECAST: It wasn't pretty against Gold Coast, but a win's a win. Jonathan Brown was the difference, piling on five goals in the QClash. Brown will again be critical if the Lions are to beat North Melbourne on Sunday. And, his record speaks for itself. Brown has kicked more goals (52) against North than any other team except Carlton (54). Daniel Rich enjoyed more freedom after copping tags while Pearce Hanley is proving a revelation off half-back.


Eddie Betts (jaw) 1 week
Andrew McInnes (knee) 9-10 weeks
Jarrad Waite (calf) test
Matthew Kreuzer (finger) 6-8 weeks

Kreuzer is a huge loss for the 0-3 Blues with scans confirming a fracture in the star ruckman's thumb. Substitute Dylan Buckley struggled to make an impact after kicking a goal with his first kick in league footy within 15 seconds of shedding the sub's vest in the second quarter.

ON THE CUSP: Rob Warnock looks a walk-up start for Kreuzer's spot after dominating the stoppages with 51 hitouts in the Northern Blues' demolition of Bendigo. Warnock also collected 20 disposals and kicked a goal in the 164-point hammering. Jeremy Laidler (three goals) starred as a lead-up forward while Ed Curnow (27 possessions) and David Ellard (20 disposals, three goals) got plenty of the ball. Simon White and Nick Duigan were solid on a quiet afternoon for defenders. Meanwhile, Andrew Collins collected 17 possessions in his first hitout from a six week injury layoff.

GILBERT GARDINER'S FORECAST: The Blues aren't playing as bad as their 0-3 record suggests. Chris Judd is enjoying his football again, while Andrew Walker has been a revelation off half back. Bryce Gibbs is starting to live up to all the expectation and Chris Yarran poses a threat every time he goes near it. But fadeouts are costing the Blues. On Saturday night the Blues were outscored nine goals to two between the 14-minute mark of the second quarter and 19 minutes into the third. It was a similar story against the Magpies, with the Blues outscored seven goals to three in the last quarter. The next month is critical starting Saturday against West Coast (Patterson's Stadium) followed by winnable games against Adelaide (MCG), Melbourne (MCG) and St Kilda (Etihad).


Dayne Beams (quad) test
Luke Ball (knee) test
Darren Jolly (ribs) 2 weeks
Clinton Young (hamstring) 3 weeks
Brodie Grundy (back) 3-5 weeks
Lachlan Keefe (knee) 4-6 weeks
Michael Hartley (shoulder) 5 weeks
Nick Maxwell (wrist) 6-7 weeks
Tim Broomhead (glandular fever) 8 weeks

ON THE BLOCK: An interesting week for the Pies after they were torn apart in the second half by Hawthorn. Ben Sinclair and was disappointing, Tyson Goldsack was quiet while several of their stars – led by Heath Shaw and Steele Sidebottom – let them down. They're obviously safe, making it hard to predict what changes Nathan Buckley will swing this week. Harry O'Brien will surely be safe after strangely being reported from this controversial incident.

ON THE CUSP: Several Pies are pressing. Paul Seedsman was terrific in the VFL, while Alan Didak played again and kicked a goal. Dayne Beams and Luke Ball aren't far away, while Jarrod Witts impressed but looks a long-shot to overtake Ben Hudson after the veteran's dazzling Pies debut yesterday.

SAM LANDSBERGER'S FORECAST: A Huge fortnight with the Pies to battle the two sashes – first the yellow then the red on Anzac Day – after their trouncing yesterday. In the next two weeks they should regain Beams and Ball with Andrew Krakouer, Ben Kennedy and Alan Didak keeping the pressure on the small forwards.

SUPERCOACH WATCH: Travis Cloke was back to his best kicking five and scoring 133. He's still just $456,000 after his horror 2012 but that's set to rocket upwards with a break-even of just 44 this week.

Collingwood defender Harry O'Brien was reported for this hit on Luke Hodge. Picture: Ludbey Wayne Source: Herald Sun

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Michael Hurley (wrist) test

ON THE BLOCK: No block at Bomberland with the Dons retaining top place after another euphoric victory. But there could be forced outs with Paddy Ryder (three weeks) and Nick Kommer (two weeks) offered suspensions from the match review panel over these incidents. Michael Hurley finished the match clutching his wrist in pain and will be monitored this week but should be right, as is Dustin Fletcher who was subbed off with a slight groin strain. The only possible unforced omissions could be youngster Elliott Kavanagh, who was quiet, and Alwyn Davey, who was held goalless, but even they would be stiff.

ON THE CUSP: Everyone. If Hurley doesn't come up, lock in Scott Gumbleton or prodigy Joe Daniher. If Fletcher isn't right, Tayte Pears is ready to go. Should the Dons swing any other changes? Leroy Jetta is at the front of the pack after another 28 touches in the VFL. David Hille is likely to replace Ryder, while Jetta could snare Kommer's place.

SAM LANDSBERGER'S FORECAST: The Dons' injury list remains miniscule, they remain top of the table and, at least from an on-field perspective, things could not be rosier. A blossoming list, a wealth of young stars pressing for selection and another well-rounded team performance under James Hird. Should the Dons can cast aside the Saints on Saturday as most expect, all eyes will immediately turn to Anzac Day. Huge.

SUPERCOACH WATCH: David Zahrakis dropped $33,000 after starting in the green vest in Round 1 and wearing the red one in Round 2. He looks unders at $440,000 but if you want him act quickly as his Round 4 break-even is only 70.


Luke McPharlin (concussion) test
Zac Clarke (achilles) 1-2 weeks
Anthony Morabito (knee) indefinite
Aaron Sandilands (hamstring) 6-8 weeks
Jesse Crichton (quad) 2-3 weeks

Nick Suban (10 disposals at 50 per cent efficiency) was quiet after a strong start to the season. The Dockers will be hoping Luke McPharlin comes up after being subbed out with concussion Friday night.

ON THE CUSP: Youngster Hayden Crozier was solid in the WAFL with 18 disposals and seven marks. Lachie Neale amassed 27 possessions while Josh Mellington (23 touches, four inside-50s) looks ready to go after snapping his hamstring last year.

GILBERT GARDINER'S FORECAST: The Dockers would have pencilled in Essendon as a win. Pity they didn't tell an inspired Bombers outfit about their plans. Now the Dockers must be at their "anyone, anywhere, any time" best if they're to upset the Hawks at their Tasmanian fortress. Nat Fyfe's form is a huge positive while Michael Walters is becoming increasingly dangerous around goal and Ross Lyon says he wants to give him a run in the midfield. Big game, but the Hawks should have a bit in hand.

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James Kelly (calf) test
Jared Rivers (knee) 3 weeks
Travis Varcoe (shoulder) 12-14 weeks
Josh Cowan (Achilles) indefinite
Hamish McIntosh (knee) indefinite
George Burbury (foot) indefinite
Jed Bews (foot) indefinite
Dawson Simpson (back) Indefinite

ON THE BLOCK: Travis Varcoe surely comes out and is expected to be booked in for surgery, sidelining the Cats 'star for up to three months. Jordan Murdoch was quiet and could slip out, but other than that it's happy days at the Cats who saluted again.

ON THE CUSP: He won't be rushed and certainly won't play on Friday night, but Daniel Menzel is back. The unlucky goalkicker got through his VFL return – after his third knee reconstruction – yesterday, picking up eight touches and booting a ripping goal from the boundary. Josh Hunt and Cam Guthrie also returned through the VFL, while Jordan Schroder and George Horlin-Smith were the best. But, with a five-day turnaround from the VFL to Round 4, Chris Scott will be wary of making too many changes.

SAM LANDSBERGER'S FORECAST: The Cats' perfect start continued, but they're still not thrilled with how they're playing. Scott and Jimmy Bartel have called for more consistent performances, and the Swans on Friday night looms as a good acid test. It's Geelong's fourth six-day break, but Scott has already shot that down as irrelevant saying there will be no excuses. Expect a couple of changes to keep the side fresh and to cover Varcoe, while James Kelly has already said he expects to return.

SUPERCOACH WATCH: Joel Selwood fell victim to Andrew Carrazzo on Saturday, chalking up just 74. The upside? If you don't have him he should drop to around $600k next week, with a break-even of 131.

Daniel Menzel celebrates a goal during his VFL comeback. Picture: Glenn Ferguson Source: Geelong Advertiser


Charlie Dixon (ankle) test
Liam Patrick (hamstring) 1 week
Seb Tape (knee) 1 week
Jesse Lonergan (wrist) 2 weeks
Campbell Brown (suspension) 3 weeks
Nathan Bock (leg) indefinite
Gary Ablett (hand) TBA

ON THE BLOCK: Ablett had scans today after suffering pain and swelling in his right hand, but says he'll be right to face Port Adelaide. Charlie Dixon was subbed off with an ankle scare, with coach Guy McKenna revealing he could miss a week. Jackson Allen was quiet on debut and fudged a moment in the last quarter where he could have touched a Tom Rockliff goal. Luke Russell had just seven touches after starting as the sub, but overall don't expect much change from what was a pretty good effort against the Lions.

ON THE CUSP: If Dixon doesn't come up, Dan Gorringe looks likely to replace him after two goals in the NEAFL. Tom Lynch booted three and is available to provide a target up forward if needed, while superboot Trent McKenzie put in a strong effort in the reserves to stay in the mix.

SAM LANDSBERGER'S FORECAST: The Suns' friendly stretch to start the season continues with duels against Port Adelaide (home), GWS, Freo (home) and the Demons to come. With Lonergan, Brown, Tape and Patrick all set to return in that timeframe at least two more wins must be on Guy McKenna's mind.

SUPERCOACH WATCH: If you baulked on picking Gazza, it could prove the right move despite his phenomenal first-up performance. He's already dropped $22k and has a break-even of 192 this week. That means you could pick him up sub-$700k by Round 5 or 6.

Gold Coast captain Gary Ablett finds space against Brisbane. Picture: Darren England Source: The Courier-Mail


Taylor Adams (hip) TBC
Rhys Palmer (calf) TBC
Matthew Buntine (lung) 3 weeks
Dom Tyson (knee) 5 weeks
Chad Cornes (shoulder) Indefinite
Jon Patton (knee) season

ON THE BLOCK: Tragically, Jon Patton will come out and miss the rest of the season after rupturing his ACL in this incident. Lachie Plowman was quiet in defence, while Liam Sumner tracked at just 56 per cent efficiency in the loss to the Saints. Sam Reid started as the sub and remains on the fringe. Devon Smith has been offered a one-match suspension.

ON THE CUSP: Patton's blow could revive the career of forgotten tall Setanta O'hAilpin. The ex-Blue booted five goals in the NEAFL, while livewire Anthony Miles was good – again – and is desperately close to a recall. High draft picks Adam Tomlinson and Kristian Jaksch are also edging towards the senior side.

SAM LANDSBERGER'S FORECAST: Kevin Sheedy doesn't want to talk about Melbourne, but he knows a win against the Dees on Sunday could spell the end for counterpart Mark Neeld. That would be ironic given how publicly dirty Sheeds was at how Melbourne treated him when he applied for the gig Dean Bailey landed. The Giants could swing a few changes for the MCG clash with their reserves performing admirably and a thinning injury list.

SUPERCOACH WATCH: For the 37,000 SuperCoach with Patton, it's time to sell. Look at Tiger Ricky Petterd, who will shoot up in value next week. At least Patton made you $10,000 before going bust.

GWS forward Jonathon Patton screams in pain after twisting his knee during the second quarter. Picture: Kym Smith Source: The Daily Telegraph


Brad Sewell (hamstring) test
Derek Wanganeen (hamstring) 1 week
Xavier Ellis (calf) 2 weeks
Brendan Whitecross (knee) 6 weeks
Matthew Suckling (knee) indefinite
Alex Woodward (knee) indefinite

ON THE BLOCK: After two barnstorming wins, they're a happy – and settled – team at Hawthorn. Expect little change for the Fremantle clash, with perhaps only a kid such as Taylor Duryea squeezed out this week

ON THE CUSP: Brian Lake. Yep, the two-time All-Australian is surely heading Matthew Pavlich's way after an impressive VFL outing against the Bombers. Expect Brad Sewell to miss again, with the Hawks tipped to take a cautious approach to their hard nut.

SAM LANDSBERGER'S FORECAST: Don't be surprised if the Hawks play all three talls – Lake, Ryan Schoenmakers and Josh Gibson – against the Dockers in a mix that could work this year. Lake to Pavlich, Schoenmakers to Bradley and Gibson to Mayne as well as playing loose could work nicely. The challenges continue with the Dockers, Roos and Crows away to come, but given their scintillating form expect the flag favourites to start all three at a short price.


Jordie McKenzie (calf) TBC
Jack Fitzpatrick (concussion) test
Lynden Dunn (hamstring tightness) test
Nathan Stark (knee) test
Joel Macdonald (hamstring) 1 weeks
Chris Dawes (hamstring) 2 weeks

ON THE BLOCK: Plenty of players put themselves on the block in the second half against the Eagles. Mark Jamar's horrible season continues with the big fella failing to take a mark and finding one kick. Aaron Davey was subbed out with five kicks, Cam Pedersen again battled while Jimmy Toumpas – who will be a super midfielder – doesn't look up to AFL standard just yet.

ON THE CUSP: Boy, wouldn't the Demons love to blood Jesse Hogan this week? They've got a ripper in the teenage power forward from out west. He monstered North Ballarat in the VFL with four goals and a clutch of marks, but can't debut until next season. Max Gawn was terrific again, ramping up the heat on Jamar, while James Strauss tried hard. As for Jack Watts? He didn't play anywhere, with the Dees bizarrely taking their three emergencies to the MCG on Saturday.

SAM LANDSBERGER'S FORECAST: Swing the axe again or stick fat with a side that looked very capable for a half with increased intensity? A huge week looms for the Dees ahead of a simply must-win clash against GWS at the home of footy. It's not often finals are played in April, but this looks exactly that for Melbourne coach Mark Neeld.

SUPERCOACH WATCH: Looking to make some cash in the backline? Dean Terlich ($109k) is on the bubble this week, and looks to be good for about 60 points a week.


Liam Anthony (knee) test

ON THE BLOCK: Taylor Hine was OK in his debut for the Kangaroos while Kieran Harper was again subbed out. Harper laid seven tackles, second only to skipper Andrew Swallow (11), which could hold him in good stead.

ON THE CUSP: Liam Anthony has recovered well from knee soreness and will be thereabouts at selection. Ben Jacobs responded well to his omission last week putting in a strong performance for VFL-affiliate North Ballarat. Ayden Kennedy was named best for Werribee. Kangaroos Brad Scott revealed last night on Fox Footy's On the Couch that Majak Daw was close to making his long-awaited debut. Scott said it was only a matter of fitting in all the talls in the Kangaroos forward line.

GILBERT GARDINER'S FORECAST: North was competitive outside of the third quarter when Sydney piled on 11 goals. But blowing leads has been the order of the season for the Kangaroos so far. Scott will be looking for a vastly improved performance against Brisbane on Sunday at Etihad Stadium. Watch for Drew Petrie to bounce back after being towelled up by All-Australian defender Ted Richards.


Brett Ebert (adductor) 5 weeks
Nick Salter (foot) test
Paul Stewart (knee) TBA

ON THE BLOCK: Sad to see him go, but rookie Kane Mitchell will be off on SANFL duties barring a major injury setback at Alberton. With Nick Salter recovered from a foot injury, Mitchell is headed back to the rookie list. Port is waiting on scans of the knee injury forward Paul Stewart sustained during the Showdown.

ON THE CUSP: Sam Colquhoun did his chances of an AFL debut no harm picking up 22 disposals in the SANFL. Cameron Hitchcock jagged four goals while former skipper Dom Cassisi collected 21 touches including four inside-50s.

GILBERT GARDINER'S FORECAST: Port showed plenty of guts and determination yesterday wearing down cross-town rival Adelaide in the Showdown. Port's youngsters (Wines, Neade and Stevenson) look comfortable on the big stage. Add Justin Westhoff's remarkable turnaround (nine goals in two weeks), Travis Boak's maturity as captain and Hamish Hartlett's class and all is well at Alberton. Former Gold Coast assistant Ken Hinkley's intimate knowledge of Metricon and the way the Suns go about it could be critical come Saturday night.


Nathan Foley (Achilles) test

ON THE BLOCK: Hear that? It's tumbleweeds blowing through the "on the block" section. The Tigers are up and about and every player is pulling his weight. The one exception might be Brandon Ellis, who only took the sub's vest off halfway through the last quarter against the Dogs. After starting as the sub two weeks in a row, he might be given a run in the VFL. Jake Batchelor was a late withdrawal yesterday but only for team balance.

ON THE CUSP: Coburg suffered a 100-point defeat in the VFL with Robin Nahas the standout with 27 disposals. Nick Vlastuin was at Etihad Stadium as an emergency for the senior team and didn't play. David Astbury returned but suffered another leg scare, although early indications are he'll be OK to line up for Coburg again this week. Nathan Foley is set to return from a long-term Achilles problem next week.

AL PATON'S FORECAST: After knocking off a couple of other mid-range sides and demolishing the Bulldogs, but the next three weeks will tell us if Richmond has really arrived: Collingwood (MCG), Fremantle (Patersons Stadium), Geelong (MCG). The last time Richmond defeated Collingwood the goalkickers included Graham Polak, Kayne Pettifer and Greg Tivendale. Can't wait to see Cotchin, Deledio and Martin go head-to-head with Pendlebury, Swan and Thomas. Get there early.

Richmond captain Trent Cotchin nabbed by Bulldog Luke Dahlhaus. Picture: Getty Source: Getty Images


Daniel Markworth (ACL) season
Sean Dempster (hand) 3 weeks
James Gwilt (knee) 2-4 weeks
Jackson Ferguson (knee) 3 weeks
Adam Schneider (hamstring) 3-5 weeks
Jack Newnes (broken jaw) 1-2 weeks

ON THE BLOCK: Don't expect many moves at selection this week after the Saints did what they'll do to bottom teams this year. New boys Tom Lee and Nathan Wright did enough for another run, with Wright particularly impressive against the Giants. There will be one forced change with Jack Newnes out with a broken jaw, suffered in a run-in with GWS big man Dean Brogan in the second quarter. Arryn Siposs could come back in after he was left out at the last minute on Saturday.

ON THE CUSP: Tom Hickey dominated the ruck for Sandringham, while Seb Ross found plenty of the ball through the middle and Trent Dennis-Lane kicked three goals in a 32-point loss to Geelong. Justin Koschitzke kicked a goal and was named in the best.

AL PATON'S FORECAST: Huge game coming up against Essendon – and Brendon Goddard – at Etihad Stadium on Saturday. The Bombers have injury and suspension worries and could suffer a let-down after a physically and emotionally draining win in Perth. With Sydney and Collingwood to follow, St Kilda needs to win this to stay in touch with the eight.


Alex Johnson (knee) season
Gary Rohan (leg) indefinite
Rhyce Shaw (abdominal strain) TBA

ON THE BLOCK: Substitute Craig Bird (six disposals) didn't get much of a run and could be at risk.

ON THE CUSP: Mitch Morton put paid to NEAFL minnow Tuggeranong booting 11 goals in the Swans reserves' 194-point demolition job. Irishman Tommy Walsh slotted seven of his own.

GILBERT GARDINER'S FORECAST: The Swans look to be building nicely ahead of Friday night's blockbuster against Geelong. Josh Kennedy, Ryan O'Keefe, Kieren Jack and Dan Hannebery haven't missed a beat while Jude Bolton (four goals) must have the Swans hierarchy thinking about 2014. The Swans' ruck division (Mike Pyke and Shane Mumford) had too much firepower for Todd Goldstein and should stretch the undermanned Cats at the stoppages. Looms as a snapshot of what we might see come September.


Nic Naitanui (groin) indefinite
Mark Nicoski (hamstring) 4 weeks
Matthew Rosa (thigh) 2 weeks
Sharrod Wellingham (ankle) 2-3 weeks
Brad Sheppard (shoulder) TBA
Scott Lycett (ankle) test
Beau Waters (calf) TBA

ON THE BLOCK: Substitute Jamie Cripps could only must six disposals at 50 per cent efficiency. Late inclusion Jacob Brennan (eight disposals) is no certainty to keep his spot.

ON THE CUSP: Beau Waters must overcome a calf strain sustained last week during the pre-match warm-up. Bradd Dalziel answered his critics collecting 32 disposals in the WAFL after being dropped. Patrick McGinnity worked hard on the comeback trail from a back injury while Fraser McInnes booted two goals.

GILBERT GARDINER'S FORECAST: How good is the Eagles forward line? Josh Kennedy is making every shot count after missing the bulk of last season. Jack Darling is showing no signs of slowing down while Mark LeCras is as clever as ever close to goal. Add the firepower Dean Cox brings to the table and this team will be thereabouts come September. A huge opportunity to go back-to-back on Saturday night while banishing the Blues to a debilitating 0-4 start.


Tom Williams (foot) available
Ayce Cordy (soreness) test
Dylan Addison (hamstring) test
Matthew Boyd (calf) test
Nathan Hrovat (calf) 1 week
Lin Jong (leg) TBC
Tory Dickson (ankle) 8 weeks
Easton Wood (hamstring) 6 weeks
Shaun Higgins (foot) season

ON THE BLOCK: Mass changes loom for the Dogs unfortunately. Wood's hamstring looked a shocker, meaning he could be sidelined for quite some time. And Tory Dickson's ankle appears just as bad. Put a line through him for a chunk of the season as well. And luckless forward Shaun Higgins has been ruled out for the rest of the year with a foot injury. Tom Campbell was quiet after coming in as a late change for Cordy.

ON THE CUSP: This is where it gets exciting. Picks 5 and 6 – Jake Stringer and Jackson Macrae – are both heavily in the mix to debut this week, while skipper Matthew Boyd should return from his calf tear. Stringer could get the nod to replace Dickson as a forward. He booted four consecutive goals to ignite Williamstown on Saturday, finishing with five, and has a body ready for AFL. Macrae's trademark sidestep was eye-catching again, while Tom Williams returned in the VFL from a foot injury.  Want to see more of Macrae's dazzling tricks bag? Take a look here.

SAM LANDSBERGER'S FORECAST: An encouraging start to the season unravelled against the Tigers, conceding 62 forward entries including 20 in the first term. If the kids get picked it'll add some excitement, while with a delicately young side still the odd disappointment can't be avoided.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 14: Brendan McCartney the coach of the Bulldogs talks to his players during the round three AFL match between the Richmond Tigers and the Western Bulldogs at Etihad Stadium on April 14, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images) Source:

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