The other Qualifying final sees the last two defeated Grand Finalists play each other.
All the calculations this week suggest there will be close ones across the two states.
|QF||West Coast||0||v||-9||Hawthorn||Subi||West Coast||by||5||pts|
|EF||W Bulldogs/FFC||44||v||43||Adelaide||MCG||W Bulldogs/FFC||by||6||pts|
This should be a week of hard and tough battles, and not for the weak.
In terms of finding a shift from the above, Fremantle could be the most likely to strike problems as they are running a -13 form line against the +8 to Sydney.
Also, there has been a little bit of chat on the footy media about how Richmond could be the team from outside the top 4 to make an impact, and their formline of +30 supports that.
And if that id the case, then people need to talk Western Bulldogs and Adelaide as well. They both bring over +40 lines into the finals.
Can any of those three make this September their own?