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The Fremantle Dockers are still searching for their first piece of AFL silverware.

Excluding the two newest franchises, GWS and Gold Coast, Fremantle is the only club in the AFL to not have won an AFL Premiership. The Dockers played in their first grand final in 2013 after entering the competition in 1995 but lost to Hawthorn.

After a period of playing in finals and competing for the ultimate earlier in the decade, master coach Ross Lyon has been forced to rebuild this Dockers side around its captain and best player, Nathan Fyfe.

Can Fyfe lead Freo back to finals football in 2019? Let’s take a look at the latest footy odds for the year ahead.

About the Fremantle Dockers

Established: 1995
Home ground: Optus Stadium
Coach: David Hale (caretaker)
Captain: Nathan Fyfe
Premierships: 0
2018 ladder finish: 14th

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Updated Fremantle Dockers futures betting

2019 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Jan $67 $4.50 $15 N Fyfe $8
Feb $51 $3.75 $14 N Fyfe $6 S Giro $51 J Hogan $18
Mar $67 $4.50 $14 N Fyfe $6 S Giro $51 J Hogan $18
Apr $81 $4 $21 N Fyfe $9 S Giro $51 J Hogan $41
May $34 $2.30 $8 N Fyfe $7 H Dixon $101 J Hogan $51
Jun $41 $1.80 $10 N Fyfe $6.50 H Dixon $151 J Hogan $81
Jul $67 $2.63 $29 N Fyfe $5 H Dixon $251 M Walters $81
Aug SUS SUS SUS N Fyfe $3.50 SUS SUS

Best Fremantle Dockers bets for the 2019 AFL season

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Fremantle Dockers 2019 AFL fixture

Fremantle dockers fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time
1 North Melbourne Kangaroos Optus Stadium Sunday, March 24 3:20pm AWST
2 Gold Coast Suns Metricon Stadium Sunday, March 31 3:40pm AEST
3 St Kilda Saints Optus Stadium Sunday, April 7 3:20pm AWST
4 West Coast Eagles Optus Stadium Saturday, April 13 6:10pm AWST
5 GWS Giants UNSW Canberra Saturday, April 20 1:45pm AEST
6 Western Bulldogs Optus Stadium Saturday, April 27 6:10pm AWST
7 Adelaide Crows Adelaide Oval Sunday, May 5 4:10pm ACST
8 Richmond Tigers Optus Stadium Sunday, May 12 3:20pm AWST
9 Essendon Bombers Marvel Stadium Saturday, May 18 7:25pm AEST
10 Brisbane Lions Optus Stadium Sunday, May 26 3:20pm AWST
11 Collingwood Magpies MCG Saturday, June 1 1:45pm AEST
12 BYE
13 Port Adelaide Power Optus Stadium Saturday, June 15 2:35pm AWST
14 Melbourne Demons MCG Saturday, June 22 1:45pm AEST
15 Carlton Blues Optus Stadium Sunday, June 30 3:20pm AWST
16 West Coast Eagles Optus Stadium Saturday, July 6 6:10pm AWST
17 Hawthorn Hawks UTAS Stadium Saturday, July 13 2:10pm AEST
18 Sydney Swans Optus Stadium Saturday, July 20 6:10pm AWST
19 Western Bulldogs Marvel Stadium Sunday, July 28 1:10pm AEST
20 Geelong Cats Optus Stadium Saturday, August 3 2:35pm AWST
21 St Kilda Saints Marvel Stadium Sunday, August 11 1:10pm AEST
22 Essendon Bombers Optus Stadium Saturday, August 17 6:10pm AWST
23 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval TBA TBA

Dockers players to watch in 2019

Jesse Hogan AFL bettingJesse Hogan
Born: 12/2/1995
Games: 71
Goals: 152
Position: Forward

Have the Dockers spent millions on a spud? Hogan has made headlines for all the wrong reasons since leaving Melbourne last year, but there is no denying his quality as a footballer. For better or worse, this is a signing that could define Freo for years to come.

Rory Lobb AFL bettingRory Lobb
Born: 9/2/1993
Games: 74
Goals: 64
Position: Ruck/forward

There are many in the footy business who rate Lobb as one of the next great ruckmen, but right now the former Giant is a very capable forward with considerable upside. He will take some heat off Hogan inside 50 and give Aaron Sandilands a chop-out when required.

Travis Colyer AFL bettingTravis Colyer
Born: 24/8/1991
Games: 87
Goals: 54
Position: Midfielder

Colyer has never quite been the same player since missing a year of footy due to the Essendon doping saga. His opportunities at the Dons were limited after that, but Freo could benefit from another speedy midfielder now that Lachie Neale has left for pastures new.

Fremantle Dockers records

Most matches: Matthew Pavlich – 353 (2000-2016)
Most goals kicked in one match: Tony Modra – 10 goals (Rd 10, 1999)
Most Best & Fairest awards: Matthew Pavlich – 6 (2002, 2005-08, 2011)
Most matches as coach: Ross Lyon – 141 (2012-present)
Most goals in a season: Matthew Pavlich – 72 (2007)
Most career goals: Matthew Pavlich – 700 (2000-2016)

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