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Fremantle have made three changes for Sunday’s clash against Carlton at Optus Stadium.
Cam McCarthy, Adam Cerra and Bailey Banfield have come into the lineup, replacing Jesse Hogan (foot), Stephen Hill (hamstring) and Taylin Duman (omitted).
McCarthy has kicked 4.3 in the past fortnight in the WAFL for Peel and comes in as the tall forward replacement for Hogan.
He has played six games at AFL level this season, kicking 10 goals.
Cerra will play his first AFL game after his omission due to illness for Freo’s round 13 clash with Port Adelaide.
The versatile young midfielder has played 11 games this season, averaging 15.5 disposals.
Banfield has been running hot for Peel with the midfielder coming off a 32 disposal, 10 mark and four tackle game against Perth last Saturday.
The tough midfielder played the opening three games of the season, highlighted by his 20 disposals against North Melbourne and nine tackles against Gold Coast.
Meanwhile Carlton have made three changes.
Liam Jones, Matthew Kennedy and Jack Silvagni have come in to replace Patrick Cripps (foot), David Cunningham (knee soreness) and Harry McKay (groin).
Bouncedown for the clash is at 3.20pm.