HAWTHORN VS. WESTERN BULLDOGS (Fri night, 7:40pm, Etihad Stadium)
2. Jarryd Roughead, 3. Jordan Lewis, 4. Matthew Suckling, 5. Sam Mitchell, 6. Josh Gibson, 10. Bradley Hill, 12. Brad Sewell, 13. Kyle Cheney, 16. Isaac Smith, 18. Brent Guerra, 19. Jack Gunston, 20. David Hale, 21. Shane Savage, 22. Luke Breust, 23. Lance Franklin, 24. Ben Stratton, 25. Ryan Schoenmakers, 27. Matt Spangher, 32. Jonathan Simpkin, 35. Sam Grimley, 37. Jed Anderson, 41. Taylor Duryea, 43. Amos Frank, 46. Derick Wanganeen
Emergencies: 29. Will Langford, 38. Mitch Hallahan, 47. Jonathon Ceglar
The Hawks welcome back a few big guns with Lewis, Mitchell and Sewell all named for their first game of 2013. Paul Puopolo (knee), Brian Lake (calf) and Cyril Rioli (ankle) are the major outs from last week, but impressive youngster Jed Anderson keeps his place. Grant Birchall, Luke Hodge, Liam Shiels and Shaun Burgoyne are still yet to play in the NAB Cup.
2. Robert Murphy, 3. Mitch Wallis, 4. Daniel Cross, 5. Matthew Boyd, 6. Luke Dahlhaus, 9. Jake Stringer, 10. Easton Wood, 11. Jack Macrae, 13. Daniel Giansiracusa, 14. Clay Smith, 15. Jason Tutt, 16. Ryan Griffen, 19. Liam Jones, 21. Tom Liberatore, 23. Jordan Roughead, 25. Koby Stevens 27. Will Minson, 29. Tory Dickson, 31. Tom Young, 33. Nick Lower, 37. Lukas Markovic, 38. Dale Morris, 39. Jason Johannisen, 42. Liam Picken, 44. Brett Goodes, 45. Tom Campbell, 49. Ayce Cordy
First round pick Jack Macrae and rookie listed Brett Goodes keep their spots from their Round 1 NAB Cup team. In a late update Jake Stringer was added to the squad to replace Dylan Addison. Koby Stevens and Jordan Roughead are the only two ins for the Bulldogs, who have a pretty clean bill of health at the moment. Shaun Higgins and Adam Cooney are the two notable outs from last rounds squad, while Tom Williams is still yet to play in the NAB Cup. It should be noted that there’s still three names from this list that will be emergencies.