Werribee will be boosted by the return of skipper Michael Sodomaco for its away clash with Coburg at Piranha Park on Sunday in the inaugural state-wide Towards Zero Round.
A full strength Werribee side will do battle with reigning premiers Box Hill in Sunday’s cut-throat elimination final at Adcon Stadium, Port Melbourne.
Werribee has named its squad to take on cross-town rivals Williamstown on Saturday night at Downer Oval, in the last home and away fixture before both standalone clubs embark on an exciting finals campaign.
Star midfielder Michael Barlow will return from injury for Werribee’s clash with Frankston at Avalon Airport Oval on Saturday.
A host of players have been added to Werribee’s extended squad ahead of its clash with Richmond on Sunday morning at Punt Road’s Swinburne Centre.
Alex Marklew and Brydan Hodgson are confirmed starters, while ruckman Angus Clarke has also been included in Werribee's extended squad for Sunday’s #LovetheGame VFL clash with second-placed Essendon at Avalon Airport Oval.
Running machine Aiden Domic has been called up to make his debut as 23rd man, and reliable defender Nick Coughlan will play his 50th VFL match when Werribee face Sandringham on Sunday at Trevor Barker Beach Oval.
Werribee could field up to four changes when it travels around the bay to take on Frankston at Skybus Stadium on Sunday.
Werribee young gun Tom Boyd will make his VFL debut when he runs out against Port Melbourne at Adcon Stadium on Saturday.
Werribee could go into Sunday’s all or nothing semi-final clash with Essendon unchanged after naming a settled squad.
Werribee will unveil its 14th debutant of the season when hulking key forward Hudson Garoni makes his VFL debut in Saturday’s Beyond Blue Cup against reigning premiers Box Hill at Avalon Airport Oval.
Werribee will blood its 13th debutant on Saturday when 19-year-old tall Tylar Watts runs out for his first VFL match as the club’s 23rd player against Port Melbourne.
Werribee has made multiple changes for its clash with Collingwood at Avalon Airport Oval on Saturday.
Versatile small Scott Carlin will play his first game as a fully fledged Werribee VFL player when he lines up against Williamstown in Sunday’s John Pyne Memorial Cup at Avalon Airport Oval.
Werribee could field several changes when it returns home to Avalon Airport Oval take on the Casey Demons on Saturday.
Werribee playing midfield coach Michael Barlow will make his highly anticipated return to the field when his side takes on Footscray at VU Whitten Oval on Saturday for the HealthWest Cup.