2016 AFL Grand Final preview

The Western Bulldogs will need to overcome more than 60 years of heartbreak when they face the Sydney Swans, who are looking to forget their 2014 AFL Grand Final loss to Hawthorn, in the finale to …

We won't intimidate the Dogs - McVeigh

Swans co-captain Jarrad McVeigh says neither his side or the Bulldogs will try to gain a psychological edge before the bounce on Saturday believing it's against how both teams play the game.

Swans aim to nullify Bontempelli

Swans coach John Longmire says Western Bulldogs midfielder Marcus Bontempelli is a star and believes Sydney's midfield owe the 20-year-old a lot of respect for this season's form.

Fit McVeigh ready to fire

Swans co-captain Jarrad McVeigh says he's ticked all the boxes in proving his fitness for the Grand Final after suffering a niggling calf injury during last weekend's win over Geelong.

Bulldogs believe - Beveridge

Bulldogs coach Luke Beveridge says his side knows they're up against formidable opponents in the Grand Final but says recent wins over the Giants and Hawthorn have only added to their belief.

Franklin slams Mundine's protest call

Swans forward Lance Franklin has responded to Anthony Mundine's call for Indigenous athletes to boycott the Australian National Anthem at the Grand Final saying Advance Australia Fair is part of the …