When is Fremantle vs St. Kilda taking place? Saturday 11th July, 2020 – 03:35 (UK)
Where is Fremantle vs St. Kilda taking place? Metricon Stadium, Carrara
What television channel is Fremantle vs St. Kilda on? In the UK, five matches each week will be televised on BT Sport and you can see their schedule here. For the TV channel in Australia, visit this link
Where can I stream Fremantle vs St. Kilda? If the match is televised in the UK, then BT Sport subscribers will be able to stream it live via BT Sport Player. Additionally, those with a Watch AFL subscription can stream any 2020 AFL match live (outside of Australia). Those in Australia can stream any match live via AFL Live Pass
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THE TEAM NEWS
- Fremantle finally ended their winless start to the season as they defeated Adelaide Crows last week with the Dockers ending a run of seven-consecutive losses that dated back to last year.
- In a low-scoring game, the Dockers did not even need to play that well to overcome the struggling Crows and despite leading by just a point at the end of the third quarter, a solid 2-21 showing in the final quarter sealed the victory.
- Although it was a welcome win for Fremantle, they have suffered a trio of injury blows with Griffin Logue, Jesse Hogan and Reece Conca all ruled out while Taylin Duman is omitted with Nat Fyfe, Blake Acres, Brennan Cox and Travis Colyer replacing them.
- St. Kilda made it two wins in a row and three wins from four as they produced another solid display to defeat Carlton last week and the Saints will believe they can have further success in this game with Fremantle.
- The Saints were able to build a 30-point advantage at the half and despite losing the final two quarters, they kept the scores close enough to keep the Blues at bay as they claimed a 55-73 success.
- St. Kilda have stuck with the same side as last week other than one enforced alteration with Dan Hannebery ruled out because of injury with Zak Jones coming into the team as his replacement.
Fremantle put their poor form behind them as they earned their first win of the season and they will hope to build on that as they come up against St. Kilda but it will be a difficult contest for them. The Saints have won three of their last four matches and with the Dockers’ victory last week coming against the winless Adelaide Crows, it could be a short-lived success with St. Kilda likely to win this by at least 12 points.