How to watch Melbourne Demons vs Fremantle Dockers AFL live and free
Melbourne need to keep winning to keep their finals dream alive when they tackle Fremantle. This is how you can follow the action.
Melbourne's hopes in 2020 are hanging precariously on a knife's edge. Their upset loss to Sydney last round dropped the Demons out of the top eight. They do still govern their own fortunes as a victory over the Dockers will elevate them back into the finals positions.
Any hopes Fremantle had of contesting this year's play-offs ended some weeks ago. But the Dockers have improved under coach Justin Longmuir and they would love nothing more than to put a major dent in Melbourne's postseason ambitions.
When is Melbourne Demons vs Fremantle Dockers?
This match is part of round 16 of the AFL draw, with the games coming thick and fast in the lead-up to the finals. The players should prepare for some humid weather as it's being held at Cazaly's Stadium in Cairns. The opening bounce is at 7:10pm AEST on Monday 7 September.
How to watch Melbourne vs Fremantle
If you are in Western Australia, you can catch this match on free-to-air television via Channel 7. If you are in Victoria or anywhere else in the country and want to see if the Demons can keep their season alive, you need a subscription.
Stream Melbourne vs Fremantle on Kayo Sports
Kayo has a range of special features unmatched by other providers. SplitView lets you watch up to four sports at once on the same screen. This Saturday 12 September you can watch GWS vs Melbourne, plus a Super Rugby qualifying final, an NRL clash and F1 practice all at the same time. Other features include Interactive Stats, No Spoilers, Key Moments and more.
In total Kayo broadcasts more than 50 sports. It is compatible with Macs and PCs, plus iOS and Android devices, Chromecast, Apple TV, Android TV, Telstra TV, Sony Bravia TV and Samsung TV (2017 or later).
Who will win Melbourne vs Fremantle?
Well it all depends on which Melbourne team turns up. With so much on the line for the Demons, you would expect them to bring their best effort. Yet all and sundry would have expected the same last weekend against the lowly Swans which resulted in a 21-point defeat. We will lean towards Melbourne, but a Fremantle win would not come as a shock.
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