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Crystal ball: 2016 predictions poll

fremantlefc.com.au  January 1, 2016 12:00 PM

Make your predictions for the 2016 season.

Make your predictions for the 2016 season.

With the 2016 season fast approaching the Fremantle Dockers are asking supporters to look into their crystal ball and share predictions for the upcoming season.

Fremantle is looking to make its fifth consecutive finals series after taking out the minor premiership in 2015; can they achieve the milestone feat?

This year will also see the unveiling of Fremantle’s newest recruit Harley Bennell after his acquisition from Gold Coast, but will he play in the midfield or up forward?

Is it possible the former No.2 draft pick could shock the country and tally the most Brownlow Medal votes for Fremantle in 2016, or will last year's winner Nat Fyfe retain his stronghold on Charlie?

With Matthew Pavlich signing on for another season, the leading goal scorer for Fremantle this year suddenly becomes unclear; could Hayden Ballantyne or Michael Walters upstage the club champion again? And will Pavlich captain the squad?

Fans will also have the chance to vote on who will debut first out of Fremantle draftees Darcy Tucker, Harley Balic, Samuel Collins and Shane Yarran as well as predict who will take out this season's Doig Medal.

Finally, fans can have their say on where Nathan Fyfe and Alex Pearce should line up with both players able to perform in a multitude of positions around the ground.