CARLTON have made two changes for tomorrow night’s clash with Fremantle.

It was announced earlier that Josh Honey would make his AFL debut: Carlton’s second in as many weeks.

He will be joined in the side by fellow inclusion Harry McKay, who missed last week’s game against West Coast with a knee injury.

Jack Martin comes out of the side with a calf injury, as does ruckman Marc Pittonet.

A finger injury sustained in the game against the Eagles has ruled Pittonet out, with the ruckman likely to be sidelined for 1-2 weeks.

The team news means the Blues will have three players with four games or less: Honey (the youngest player on Carlton’s list), Matthew Cottrell and Tom De Koning.

At the other end of the scale, veteran Marc Murphy will surpass Anthony Koutoufides when he plays his 279th game.

It will see Murphy move up to outright seventh in Carlton’s all time games played list.

Saturday’s game will begin at 8:10pm from Optus Stadium.

Round 12 team


Sam Petrevski-Seton Jacob Weitering Lachie Plowman


Sam Docherty

Liam Jones

Kade Simpson


Sam Walsh

Patrick Cripps

Marc Murphy


Josh Honey

Levi Casboult

Matthew Kennedy


Michael Gibbons

Harry McKay

Zac Fisher


Tom De Koning

Ed Curnow

Jack Newnes


Tom Williamson

Will Setterfield

Eddie Betts


Matthew Cottrell




Paddy Dow

Callum Moore

Cameron Polson


Sam Philp



In: Josh Honey, Harry McKay

Out: Jack Martin (calf), Marc Pittonet (finger)