Fremantle have dropped young striker Josh Tracy as the club look to bounce back from their opening round loss, while Michael Walters failed to break into the squad to face North Melbourne on Saturday.
The veteran striker returned from injury in the scratch game with Bell last week, but was named as an emergency for the Optus Stadium game, along with Tracy, while Bailey Banfield was moved up to 22nd.
Walters can still play a role as the club’s tactical offshoot, which will be announced before the rebound. Jay Ames and Matt Johnson are the other emergencies listed.
Superstar Nat Fife is still stationed at Fremantle forward, with star rockman Luke Jackson picked at half-forward despite both having round 1 runs to forget him.
Michael Frederick was also selected despite concerns about an ankle injury after a six-day layoff following the loss to St Kilda at Marvel Stadium on Sunday.
North Melbourne made two changes to the side that beat West Coast on Saturday, with veteran Todd Goldstein replacing injured man Tristan Zeri.
Defender Aidan Bonnar and tactician Will Phillips were also omitted, with Aidan Kaur entering the side.
B: B Cox A. Pierce H Chapman
HP: E Hughes L Ryan Wilson
A: J Clarke W Brody J Live
H.F.: M. Frederick L. Jackson G. O’Meara
F: L. Schultz in Five M. Taberner
FOL: S Darcy A Brayshaw C Serong
I/C: B Banfield S Switkowski L Henry H Young
EMG: M Walters J Amiss Johnson J Treacy
Outside: J Treacy (deleted)
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