FOOTY will make a journey down reminiscence lane this weekend as we proceed our Toyota Fixture Throwback sequence.
Within the absence of dwell motion, we’ll air traditional matches from years passed by that includes the groups that have been initially set to do battle in spherical seven of the 2020 Toyota AFL Premiership Season.
Through AFL.television and the AFL Stay Official App, the historic encounters will start on Thursday afternoon and roll all through the complete weekend earlier than concluding on Sunday night.
>> No display measurement restrictions apply to those matches, so you’ll be able to watch full display in your TV by way of the web site and App
>> AFL Live Pass Holders can watch the game here on AFL.com.au
Saturday, Might 2
Western Bulldogs v Hawthorn, 3.40pm AEST
May we head again to 2016, when James Sicily kicked three final-quarter objectives because the Hawks got here from behind to grab a three-point win? Or will we return to final season, when the Canines kicked six objectives in 12 minutes to show the tables and win a ripper?
Sunday, Might 3
Essendon v Melbourne, 12pm AEST
Will we rewind to 2007, when Scott Lucas kicked two objectives within the closing 4 minutes to safe a dramatic Bombers win? Or will we go to 2014, when the Demons fought from behind to win a thriller with Christian Salem the hero courtesy of his last-gasp aim?
Fremantle v West Coast, 2.20pm AEST
Fremantle followers, we requested and also you answered. Your votes helped to find out one of the best Dockers victory on Derby Day. Discover out this Sunday which sport you will have chosen.
West Coast v Fremantle, 4.40pm AEST
West Coast followers, we requested and also you answered. Your votes helped to find out one of the best Eagles victory on Derby Day. Discover out this Sunday which sport you will have chosen.
>> Proceed to search out methods to cheer in your facet. If you happen to’re a Telstra AFL Stay Cross subscriber, tune in over the weekend to look at Toyota Fixture Throwback matches.
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