D-LEAGUE PREVIEW - Preliminary Final (2017) V Claremont

 
Subiaco’s Development League team will look to make the most of the double chance it earned during the home and away season, with a victory in the 2017 WAFL Reserves Preliminary Final on Sunday.
 
Subiaco will for the second time in three weeks be locked in a finals battle against Claremont, albeit with the stakes much higher in this one, as a cut-throat finals match.
 
After succumbing to South Fremantle in the second semi final last week, Subiaco will be looking to recapture the form that saw the side upset Claremont in the Qualifying Final at Fremantle Oval a fortnight ago.
 
In that match Subiaco showed attacking flair in a match that was highlighted with great run through the middle of the ground. Last week Subiaco could not get that trademark run going and will be hoping to recapture it for Sunday.
 
The biggest talking point to come in the lead up to this match is whether Subiaco veteran Chris Phelan will play. On Thursday night he was named in the D-League squad for his first match since round 10.
 
If Phelan does play it will be his first D-League match since 2012. His veteran impact and influence could be pivotal in this final.
 
TALKING POINTS
 
FAMILIAR FOE
This will be the fourth battle between Subiaco and Claremont at WAFL Reserves level in 2017. Claremont had hard fought wins in the two home and away season battles while Subiaco took out the Qualifying Final. If previous matches are set to be indicators, this could be a close one with two of those three battles decided by a goal or less.
 
SCORING NEEDED
It seems a simple formula, in the last five wins, Subiaco has scored over 80 points in each win. In the past five losses, Subiaco has failed to get to 80 points. In this finals campaign so far they scored 88 in a win over Claremont before the scores dried up finishing with just 39 against South Fremantle.
 
BIG INS
An extended squad was named on Thursday night with some key inclusions in the squad. Rowen Powell, Michael Braut, Daniel Perkins and Jack Beverley were four names that stood out coming back into the squad after injuries, but the biggest name is reigning Outridge Medallist Chris Phelan. Phelan has not played since a mid-season knee injury and was not expected to play again in 2017. However the veteran Lion seems desperate to still have an impact in 2017. 

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