Where and when: Optus Stadium, Saturday 20 July, 6.10pm AWST

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What it means for Fremantle: There is still a lot to play for for Fremantle, who sit 13th with a 7-9 record. A win on Saturday night could see them sit just one game out of the top eight.

What it means for Sydney: While going down to Carlton sounded the death knell for the Swans' top-eight chances, throwing in the towel isn't in Sydney's DNA and newly re-signed coach John Longmire won't want his side to limp towards the finish line with a third straight loss. 

The stat: Sydney have had the upper hand against Fremantle since going down in a gruelling 2015 qualifying final at Subiaco. The Swans have won the past three contests between the teams.

The match-up: Nat Fyfe v Josh Kennedy 

Kennedy might not be the imposing midfield presence he once was but the Swans' co-skipper (No.51 in the Official AFL Player Ratings) relishes a challenge and a job curtailing Fyfe (No.2), who single-handedly dragged Freo back into last round's loss against Hawthorn, is the sort of role he will thrive on. 

It's a big week for: Bradley Hill

After a quiet two weeks for the running midfielder, Hill returned to his best against Hawthorn with a 37-disposal performance – equalling his career high. 

Big call: Fyfe to head forward in the final term and kick two late goals to get Freo over the line.