How to watch Fremantle Dockers vs Hawthorn Hawks AFL live and match preview
Fremantle can move closer to top spot on the table when they host the plucky Hawks at Optus Stadium this week.
Leading into their clash vs Hawthorn, Fremantle are continuing to make waves, having defeated the top 2 sides in the competition in the past 2 weeks. They are now nipping at the heels of premiership favouritism with a 9–3 record.
Hawthorn have been dangerous most weeks and fell agonisingly short of Collingwood in a 4 point loss at the MCG last week.
When is Fremantle vs Hawthorn?
Fremantle vs Hawthorn is on Saturday 11 June in the twilight slot of 4:10pm AEST at Optus Stadium in Perth.
How to watch Fremantle vs Hawthorn live
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Fremantle vs Hawthorn match preview
After a scratchy fortnight which saw losses to the Gold Coast and Collingwood, Fremantle have responded magnificently with a thumping win over Melbourne at the MCG and a strong performance at home against the Brisbane Lions.
Hawthorn have definitely improved this year, but 2 tight MCG losses by less than a kick to Carlton and Collingwood has cost them the chance to be in the hunt for the top 8.
The Hawks are brave, and have won interstate already this year, but the Dockers are flying and could be the best team on current form. They should win this one and go 10–3.
Head here for a breakdown of the full AFL season draw.
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