PREVIEW: Round 22 at Peel

 
Subiaco could earn a first round bye in the finals with a win over Peel at Bendigo Bank Stadium this weekend.

The Lions are two games clear of South Fremantle and can mathematically rule out any chance of the Bulldogs catching them with a victory.  

The reigning premiers Subi have won four games in a row and will take a lot of momentum with a Round 22 win.  Despite experiencing a mid-season lull the back-to-back champions have steadied and displayed their dominance with four wins in a row.
 
Peel arguably have more to play for considering their sitting on the precipice of making their second ever finals campaign. With Fremantle out of finals contention a large quantity of their AFL listed players are ready and willing to push the Thunder further.

The Lions won’t be taking the foot off the pedal however with a full strength side expected to take on the Thunder.  Subiaco will focus on securing a bye in the first week of the finals to rest and recover their troops.

The Mandurah based Thunder had a bye last week but were impressive against East Perth in Round 20.  Peel played 10 Fremantle listed players in a 36-point win over the Royals. Experienced Dockers Matt De Boer, Tendai Mzungu and Nic Suban were paramount.
 
 
 
SUBIACO
at 
PEEL
 
BENDIGO BANK STADIUM
 
SATURDAY AUGUST 21

Colts: 9:00am
Reserves: 11:30am
League:  2:15pm


Broadcast: HFM 107.3FM
 




 
 
 
THE CHANGING TIMES
There was a time when a fixture against the Peel Thunder almost meant an automatic win. The league newcomers were often maligned in the first 16 years of existence but have been ultra competitive since aligning with Fremantle in 2014. The Thunder beat Subi in Round 12 to end a six game losing stream to the Lions. Peel have only beaten Subiaco seven times in their history. 
 
 
BACKLINE CHEMISTRY  
Subiaco’s backline features a nice balance of experience and fresh talent and they could exploit Peel with their broad range of talent. Peel’s leading goal-kickers are small forwards Gerald Ugle and Blair Bell and they could draw Chris Bryan, Joel Latham or Greg Broughton. Dockers big men Jack Hannath and Matt Taberner could also be in the mix and Subiaco defenders Declan Jackson, Aaron Heal and Jordan Lockyer have previously proven effective against them in years past.
 
 
FIGHTING FOR FINALS
The selection process gets pretty tight for the Subiaco Football Club from here on. Jarrad Schofield has worked with multiple combinations throughout 2016 but seems to have found the right mix at the right time. Some of the younger players will be looking to cement their position in the side against Peel. 
 
 
 

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