Fremantle have made four changes to the team that will face Sydney on Sunday at Metricon Stadium.

Key forward Matt Taberner, defender Hayden Young and ruck Lloyd Meek have come into the starting 22, as has defender Brandon Walker, who played against Geelong as a medical sub.

They replace the injured Rory Lobb (ankle) and Sam Switkowski (hamstring) as well as omissions Blake Acres and Ethan Hughes.

The game will be Young’s first since round three against Carlton and Meek’s first since round four against Hawthorn.

The selection of Meek means Fremantle will go into the clash with two rucks, with Meek and Sean Darcy set to rotate through the forward line.

Taberner has played just one game since Fremantle last faced Sydney in round 10, missing time with an ankle and calf injury on either side of his round 15 appearance against Collingwood.

The game will be David Mundy's 350th in the AFL and bounce down for the clash is at 12.30pm EST (10.30am WST).

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Career highlights | Mundy 350

David Mundy is a true champion of the Fremantle Dockers, giving it his all in the 349 games of his stellar career. Take a moment to relive some of the thrilling moments in this warriors journey.

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TABTouch 22 v SYDNEY
IN: Lloyd Meek, Matt Taberner, Brandon Walker, Hayden Young
OUT: Rory Lobb (injury), Sam Switkowski (injury), Blake Acres (omitted), Ethan Hughes (omitted)

B: Nathan Wilson, Alex Pearce, Luke Ryan
HB: Hayden Young, Griffin Logue, Darcy Tucker
C: James Aish, Nat Fyfe, Adam Cerra
HF: Travis Colyer, Matt Taberner, Michael Walters
F: Lachie Schultz, Josh Treacy, Liam Henry
R/Fol: Sean Darcy, David Mundy, Andrew Brayshaw
I: Brandon Walker, Bailey Banfield, Caleb Serong, Lloyd Meek
E: Ethan Hughes, Nathan O’Driscoll, Connor Blakely, Mitch Crowden

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