How to watch Western Bulldogs vs West Coast Eagles AFL live and free
Both teams have plenty to play for when the Bulldogs meet the Eagles at Metricon Stadium. This is how you can tune in.
It is just about the last chance saloon for the Bulldogs if they want to feature in this year's finals series. Sitting one win outside the top eight entering the round, the 2016 premiers need a strong finish to the season to have any shot at another flag.
They take on a West Coast side that also needs to keep winning to give itself the best chance of a second premiership in three years. The Eagles are in fifth, just outside the crucial top four on percentage. So they also have plenty of motivation heading into this showdown.
When is Western Bulldogs vs West Coast Eagles?
This is the third and final match on Sunday 6 September, 6:10pm AEST at Metricon Stadium. It is part of another huge cluster of matches in the heavily altered 2020 AFL draw as the season races towards the finish.
How to watch Western Bulldogs vs West Coast Eagles
Matches in the 2020 season are split between Channel 7 and Foxtel and the broadcasts vary across the country. Bulldogs vs Eagles is being shown on free-to-air TV in Western Australia. But fans wanting to watch anywhere else in the country will need access to Fox Footy through Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now or Kayo Sports.
Stream Western Bulldogs vs West Coast on Kayo Sports
After the trial period, a Basic subscription is $25/month to watch on 2 screens or $35/month for a third screen. You can check it all out in our Kayo Sports review.
Kayo offers a range of special features you won't find anywhere else. SplitView lets you watch up to four sports at once. Other features include Interactive Stats, Kayo Minis, No Spoilers, Key Moments and more.
The service broadcasts more than 50 sports and is compatible with Macs and PCs, iOS and Android devices, Chromecast, Apple TV, Android TV, Telstra TV, Sony Bravia TV and Samsung TV (2017 or later).
Who will win Western Bulldogs vs West Coast?
The Bulldogs could be left to rue their inconsistency this season, winning just half of their 14 matches to date. Capable of strong performances on their day, they have also dropped some games they would have expected to win, including a heavy loss to Carlton. They are taking on a West Coast side that is right in premiership calculations and can't afford to drop this game. We don't think they will and expect the Eagles to get the points on the Gold Coast.
Image source: Kayo Sports website
Latest sports streaming news
Undefeated heavyweight Justis Huni and former NRL star Paul Gallen are ready for battle as Termination Day approaches.Read more…
Australia’s best swimmers hit the pool in the battle for Olympic selection.Read more…
Australia’s best young swimmers hit the pool in the battle for Olympic selection.Read more…
5 great moments in the history of the Australian Swimming Trials.Read more…
Swim sensation Kyle Chalmers has put a year of injury behind him and is ready for the Tokyo Olympics.Read more…
Cody Simpson is chasing an Olympic berth in the pool. Watch him compete at the Australian Swimming Trials online.Read more…