PREVIEW: Round 12 (2017) at Perth

 
Subiaco will be determined to keep the ball rolling when they visit Perth at Lathlain Park on Saturday for Count Me In Round.

The Lions (9-1) will look to overwhelm the Demons, (2-8) and recent history suggests that Subi have the ability to dismantle the Dees. Subiaco have won 21 of the last 28 encounters with the South Perth based club.
 
Subi are also entering the Round 12 fixture full of steam after a heart-stopping last-minute victory against Peel at Bendigo Bank Stadium.A late Horsley goal lifted the Lions above the Thunder and retained a two game lead on top of the WAFL ladder.

Perth have shown a lot of improvement in 2017 but they still find themselves 8th on the ladder. Although they’ve been competitive the Demons last win came in Round 9 with a 10-point triumph over Claremont.Their only other win was against last-placed East Fremantle in Round 4.
 
 
 
 
TALKING POINTS
 
HEAD TO HEAD
 
Subiaco’s recent dominance over Perth is slowly balancing the historical tally. Perth shot out to a lead in the overall wins over the 90’s but Subiaco has pulled it back by winning 21 of the last 28 encounters. The historical count stands at Perth 169 – 165 Subiaco since 1912.
 
LAST TIME THEY MET 
 
Subiaco got their first win of the season against Perth in Round 2 at Leederville Oval. Liam Ryan kicked six goals as the Lions ran out 23 point winners on the back of a six goal to two third quarter.
 
YOUNG GUN FIRES UP FOR PERTH
 
Perth have some prolific ball-winners and have enjoyed the services of developing youngster Corey Byrne in 2017. Byrne was best on ground against the Swans last week with 30 touches and five inside 50’s and he’s collaborating well with captain Clint Jones and Michael Sinclair. Subiaco will miss the presence of Chris Phelan as he recovers from injury, but they have enough firepower to handle the Dees at the stoppages.
 
COUNT ME IN

The WAFL will be promoting access and inclusion at four Count Me In football games in Round 12 this weekend June 10 and 11.

The Count Me In football round – developed in partnership with the Disability Services Commission, the WA Football Commission and the Department of Sport and Recreation – promotes the importance of welcoming, accessible, and inclusive communities for everyone.

There will be free entry to the games for people with a disability with Companion Cards and their companions, or people with specially marked tickets.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Statistics brought to you by WAFL Footy Facts. Your weekly source of WAFL analysis & statistics. 
 
 

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