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The Tigers, who are battling for a sixth consecutive AFL win at the MCG, should be pleased with their performance in Thursday night’s clash against West Coast.

Gough Whitfield was at the MCG this week to take part in his own personal training, while Josh Bruce had a stint on the sidelines with the team after playing with concussion issues this season.

The Lions‘ three leading scorers in 2011 will have their best performance of the campaign on Wednesday night, however, as they host a heavily favoured Adelaide, with Fremantle set to be more comfortable in the midfield in the event of Whitfield’s absence.

Brett De바카라사이트ledio will likely lead the Lions into Thursday night’s clash with a strong start to the contest, with the coach tipping the Tigers‘ front six to be in form for a big win.

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„They’ve been strong for the first half,“ Deledio said.

„We know if we get over them and get a better start, they are going to struggle, but if the ball isn’t going our way, we are going to have a good night.

„From a coach’s point of view we’ve done a couple of games where we’ve been ahead and we’ve been really sloppy and not taken charge of games the way we should have.

„When you’ve got a couple of guys as confident as they are tonight we’re probably better for it.

„It’s all about them playing a solid football game and we can’t be too complacent with any of our starting forwards or any of our midfielders.

„They’ve had some rough spells at times and for whatever reason that hasn’t been their first tournament where they’ve had a tough fixture for us.“

The Tigers were in front at half-time in Round 4, with the Lions on level terms thanks to a massive lead in the first quarter.

But the hosts, who wo더킹카지노n the match, won the rest of the game from a point down to extend their lead to a two-point margin at half-time.

St Kilda dominated the centre of the ground after the break and kicked three goals, in addition to winning the penalty battle 19-0.

The Blues had three more goals – including a late goal by Brent Harvey – while the Dogs claime