Michael Walters and Nathan Wilson are Fremantle’s two inclusions to take on Port Adelaide at Optus Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

The pair return to the Fremantle line-up to replace the omitted Bailey Banfield and the injured Liam Henry (hamstring).

Banfield joins Connor Blakely, Sam Sturt and Mitch Crowden as Fremantle’s emergencies for the clash, with one of them to be named the medical sub an hour prior to bouncedown.

It will be Wilson’s first appearance for Fremantle in 2022, unable to break into Fremantle’s in-form backline after sustaining a shoulder injury in the pre-season.

Walters missed last weekend’s Carlton clash with a calf injury, and returns to Freo’s forward line for his 12th game of the season.

Fremantle defensive pair Luke Ryan and Wilson will share milestone games against the Power, with Ryan to play his 100th game for Fremantle and Wilson playing his 150th AFL game.

The clash will be crucial for the fourth-placed Freo who are looking to firm up their finals hopes against the 12th placed Power.

Bouncedown is at 3.20pm and the game will be broadcast live into WA on Channel 7, Fox Footy and can be streamed on Kayo.

IN: Michael Walters, Nathan Wilson
OUT: Bailey Banfield (omit.), Liam Henry (inj.)

B: James Aish, Alex Pearce, Hayden Young
HB: Brennan Cox, Luke Ryan, Nathan Wilson
C: Jordan Clark, Andrew Brayshaw, David Mundy
HF: Matt Taberner, Lachie Schultz, Michael Walters
F: Nat Fyfe, Rory Lobb, Michael Frederick
R/Fol: Sean Darcy, Will Brodie, Caleb Serong
I: Ethan Hughes, Travis Colyer, Griffin Logue, Brandon Walker
E: Bailey Banfield, Connor Blakely, Sam Sturt, Mitch Crowden