How to watch Fremantle Dockers vs Richmond Tigers AFL live and match preview
Fremantle host Richmond with the winner alone staying alive in the race for a finals berth in 2021. This is how you can follow the action.
Both Fremantle and Richmond sit outside the 8 on 32 points heading into round 20 and still alive in the race for the finals. This game will make or break those chances.
When is Fremantle vs Richmond?
The opening bounce is at 3:10pm AWST (5:10pm AEST) at Perth's Optus Stadium on Sunday 1 August.
How to watch Fremantle vs Richmond online
Channel 7 and Foxtel share the rights to AFL matches in Australia and the broadcasts vary from state to state. As mentioned above this game is on free-to-air TV in South Australia. Anywhere in the country you need access to either Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now or Kayo Sports.
Stream Dockers vs Tigers on Kayo Sports
You can watch Fremantle vs Richmond for free using Kayo's 14-day free trial for new users. After the trial period, a Basic subscription is $25 a month to watch on 2 screens or $35 a month for a third screen. You can check it all out in our Kayo Sports review.
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Who will win Dockers vs Tigers?
Fremantle suffered a blow to their finals chances last round and not just by losing to Sydney. The Dockers also lost captain Nat Fyfe for the season to a shoulder injury while star forward Michael Walters is out for some time with a hamstring injury.
The loss of Fyfe means veteran midfield mate David Mundy will carry the load for his side as they face a daunting run home in a bid for September action with Brisbane, West Coast and St Kilda to come after the Tigers.
Fresh off playing game 350, Mundy's next milestone should be equalling then beating the Fremantle games record of 353 games held by legendary captain Matthew Pavlich.
The Tigers have a favourable run home but a loss against the Dockers will make their run difficult. They haven't lost to the Dockers since round 8, 2017. Without Fyfe or Walters to worry about we think the Tigers will be winners on Sunday.
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