They've been a part of a close-knit backline group for the past five years, but remarkably, Alex Pearce and Griffin Logue are yet to play in the same Fremantle line-up.
This will all change today, where for the first time the duo will run out together for the first time when Fremantle take on Collingwood at Marvel Stadium.
It was first brought to everyone's attention when Channel 10's Steve Allen posted on twitter.
Griffin Logue and Alex Pearce likely to play their first game together as @freodockers teammates on Saturday ?— Steve Allen (@ScubaStv) June 23, 2021
The pair have both endured an unfortunate run with injury, with Pearce missing the 2017 and 2020 seasons and Logue missing the 2018 season.
Pearce made a successful return from a knee injury against Gold Coast in round 13, a game that Logue sat out with concussion.
In the latest episode of the Old Bull, Young Buck podcast, Logue said he was fully recovered from the collision with Western Bulldogs player Aaron Naughton in round 12.
"It's good to be back. My head's back to normal and I'm ready to go," Logue said.
"Shout-out to 'Naughts', he sent me a message after the hit, that was really nice of him. I was a bit groggy but I've had a bit of time to sit back and I'm ready to rock and roll."
Following the Gold Coast win, Alex Pearce paid tribute to the Club's medical staff after playing for the first time since round one.
"It’s been a tough road and it’s hard to describe. It’s been a lot of tough times,” he said.
“I always knew if I got my chance I’d be able to deliver. I’ve had such a great rehab team, the medicos and everyone else got me through.”