Preview Round 13: North Melbourne vs GWS @ Blundstone Arena | Sunday, 13 June @ 15:20

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Snake_Baker

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With Taz back, Walker forward is a no brainer.
Josh did do a pretty good job in round 7.

McDonald: 5 marks (0 inside 50/0 contested), 0 goals, 0 goal assists, 1 inside 50, 3 score involvements.
Walker: 8 marks (2 contested), 7 intercepts, 11 x 1%ers.

Statistically, it was McDonald's weakest game of the season. He also took Gawn & Jackson at times and that lot combined added 1.1.
 

Val Keating

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Josh did do a pretty good job in round 7.

McDonald: 5 marks (0 inside 50/0 contested), 0 goals, 0 goal assists, 1 inside 50, 3 score involvements.
Walker: 8 marks (2 contested), 7 intercepts, 11 x 1%ers.

Statistically, it was McDonald's weakest game of the season. He also took Gawn & Jackson at times and that lot combined added 1.1.
I’m not knocking his defence. I think with Taz back, it’s better structurally for him to play forward.
 

danj

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Walker isn't a Gorilla.

The left field move that would catch my attention is McKay to the forward line.
Surely we need Tarrant and McKay in the backline? I think having Walker in the forward line to provide a foil for Larkey is a better option.
 

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Val Keating

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He’d be stiff to miss but I reckon they might leave Campbell out and have a look at Walker up forward. Makes us more mobile but means Larkey has to ruck
 

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