Star midfielder Tom Liberatore has been controlled out of the Western Bulldogs' AFL end last against Fremantle.
In a significant blow for the Bulldogs, their leeway machine won't abandon
Optus Stadium on Saturday night in the wake of experiencing a hamstring injury.
Liberatore hurt himself at preparing last week and may be thought of in the event that the Dogs upset the Dockers in Perth and win through to a semi-last.
Right after All-Australian Clayton Oliver, Touk Miller, Lachey Neale and Patrick Cripps
Liberato has the fifth most clearances in the association this season.
The 30-year-old was one of the Bulldogs' best when they lost to Fremantle by 17 at Marvel Stadium a month prior.
The Dockers were dealt a blow Tuesday when Whiz chief Nat Fife was ruled out of his own hamstring problem.
It is the opposite leg of a hamstring injury that sidelined Fyfe for three games before his return to success at GWS in cycle 23.
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