West Coast Eagles vs Western Bulldogs Live Stream - AFL elimination final 2017

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Road to AFL grand final 2017 starts from 8th September 2016. Domain Stadium is all set and ready to host West Coast Eagles vs Western Bulldogs AFL elimination final on 8th September 2016. We provide you best links to watch the game online here. Get the stream links below.

The live coverage of the match starts at 8.10pm AEST. You can find final line-ups and scores updated below. The live telecast of the match will be aired on Channel Seven. Let's check out more details about West Coast Eagles vs Western Bulldogs Live Stream, telecast channels, time, date, teams and venue below.

Eagles vs Bulldogs Live Stream

Eagles vs Bulldogs Live Stream


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Eagles vs Bulldogs Start time, date and venue


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Time: 8.10 pm AEST

Date: 8th September 2016

Venue: Domain Stadium

West Coast Eagles vs Western Bulldogs Line-ups


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West Coast Eagles Team

B Brad Sheppard, Will Schofield, Thomas Barrass
HB Shannon Hurn, Jeremy McGovern, Sharrod Wellingham
C Elliot Yeo, Matt Priddis, Jamie Cripps
HF Mark LeCras, Jack Darling, Chris Masten
F Jonathan Giles, Josh J. Kennedy, Josh Hill
FOLL Scott Lycett, Andrew Gaff, Luke Shuey
I/C Mitchell Brown, Dom Sheed, Sam Butler, Mark Hutchings
EMG Jack Redden, Liam Duggan, Jackson Nelson
IN Mitchell Brown
OUT Lewis Jetta (Calf)

Western Bulldogs Team

B Shane Biggs, Joel Hamling, Matthew Boyd
HB Jason Johannisen, Dale Morris, Easton Wood
C Lachie Hunter, Marcus Bontempelli, Liam Picken
HF Lin Jong, Zaine Cordy, Jake Stringer
F Tory Dickson, Tom Boyd, Caleb Daniel
FOLL Jordan Roughead, Luke Dahlhaus, Josh Dunkley
I/C Matthew Suckling, Jack Macrae, Clay Smith, Tom Liberatore
EMG Tom Campbell, Toby McLean, Fletcher Roberts
IN Easton Wood, Jake Stringer, Jordan Roughead, Jack Macrae, Tom Liberatore
OUT Koby Stevens (Omitted), Fletcher Roberts (Omitted), Bailey Williams (Omitted), Nathan Hrovat (Omitted), Will Minson (Omitted)

Words from Bulldogs assistant coach Steven King

"We hold no fears in travelling. We've taken some great scalps on the road this year,"

"The five or six who are pressing for selection are all quality players. If you look at them individually, there's a couple of All-Australians and best and fairest winners.

"It's almost a quarter of your side that comes in. We've got no doubt they'll make us stronger."

Words from Jason Dunstall (Former Hawthorn champion)

"There is the big question mark over Jake Stringer. Is he going to get a kick? He might just turn it on, now he may not touch it again but he might just go berserk so there is a little bit of X-factor or unknown," he said.

"I think what it does recognise is the fact that unless he plays particularly well we are in all sorts. We need something special to happen, We can bring someone in who is honest and give us everything they have got but is not capable of turning a game. He in form can turn a game off his own bat I think they lay the challenge to him and say you have been pretty ordinary over the last six weeks here it is on the big stage let it rip."

We will update Final scores here. Stay tuned.

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