Dangerfield back for Hawks clash


Dangerfield was close to being consisted of in the Felines’ opening round line-up, however the club chose to provide him an additional week’s rest following a hamstring issue.

He’s one of a variety of modifications flagged for the MCG clash, with Rhys Stanley, Nakia Cockatoo, Irishman Mark O’Connor and ex-decathlete Jack Henry being thought about, while coach Chris Scott lacks Harry Taylor, who has a foot injury.

O’Connor likewise returns after being a late withdrawal recently, while Jack Henry has actually been brought into the group and might be the Cats’ 4th debutant this year.

Hawthorn have actually generated Conor Glass, Kaiden Brand, Harry Morrison and Marc Pittonet to their team. The Hawks are awaiting an upgrade on Ryan Burton’s ankle injury prior to making a last contact his choice.

Western Bulldogs might make up to 7 modifications for their house match with West Coast after copping an 82-point hiding versus Greater Western Sydney in round one.

Premiership gamers Tom Boyd, Tory Dickson and Caleb Daniel remain in line to return, with Mitch Wallis, Lukas Webb and Lin Jong other anticipated additions.

Coach Luke Beveridge is set to hand a launching to in 2015’s draftee Ed Richards, while knee victims Hayden Crozier and Tom Liberatore and the left out Fletcher Roberts give way.

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Dangerfield back for Hawks clash
When they take on the Hawthorn Hawks in an Easter Monday smash hit, Star midfielder Patrick Dangerfield is set to return for the Geelong Cats.
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