West Coast have received a significant boost for their top-of-the-table match against Richmond, with star ruckman Nic Naitanui one of four inclusions.
Both teams are flying with 7-1 records heading into Sunday's clash at Optus Stadium, with the Tigers on top by virtue of their superior percentage.
Naitanui returns after a contentious one-match ban for a dangerous tackle, while Jeremy McGovern (calf), Lewis Jetta (calf) and Dom Sheed (foot) have recovered from injury.
The reigning premiers have named the same 22 who defeated North Melbourne but doubts remain over the fitness of ruckman Toby Nankervis.
Back-up Ivan Soldo is one of four emergencies should he fail to overcome a wrist injury.
With final teams for Sunday announced, Hawthorn have made six changes for their clash against Luke Hodge's Brisbane Lions at the Gabba.
James Frawley (shoulder) and Jaeger O'Meara (calf) drop out of the side beaten by Sydney through injury, while Brendan Whitecross, Daniel Howe, Tim O'Brien and Will Langford were dropped.
Kaiden Brand, Paul Puopolo, James Worpel, James Cousins, David Mirra and Mitch Lewis - who will debut - were all added.
The winless Lions stuck with the team defeated by the Western Bulldogs.
Carlton host Melbourne at the MCG in the early game on Sunday, the Blues regaining skipper Marc Murphy from a five-game absence with an ankle injury.
Ed Curnow will serve a one-game suspension for touching an umpire.
Demons co-captain Jack Viney will play his first game of the season, with Tim Smith earning a call-up, while Sam Weideman (calf) and Dom Tyson (omitted) depart.