The prospect of a top-two finish and two home finals means Fremantle will continue to select their strongest available side for the last two matches of the home-and-away season, says midfielder David Mundy.
The Dockers have won 15 of their past 16 games at Patersons Stadium and are guaranteed at least one home final after securing a top-four spot last week.
A big win in their final home game of the regular season, against Port Adelaide on Saturday night, would strengthen Fremantle's chances of a top-two finish if ladder leaders Hawthorn or second-placed Geelong stumble against North Melbourne or Sydney.
While there have been suggestions the Dockers should rest players ahead of September, Mundy said the lure of two home finals was reason enough to keep the momentum going.
"We understand this has come off the back of some really hard work and nothing has been gifted to us or given to us," Mundy said.
"We've earned this right and we're going to have to continue to earn it and not take the foot off the pedal."
The Dockers will acknowledge their fans on Saturday by wearing commemorative white strips, with spectators also encouraged to wear white. Mundy said the fanaticism of the Fremantle home crowd had drawn the attention of their September rivals over the past two seasons and was a major reason the club was desperate for as many matches at Patersons Stadium as possible.
"We've been playing well there the last couple of years, really building that fortress-like atmosphere," Mundy said.
"To try and dominate teams in these conditions is personally a focus. The goal is to play as many games at home as we can."
The Dockers will go into Saturday's game fourth, equal on points with third-placed Sydney but 2.5 percentage points behind the Swans.
A strong win over eighth-placed Port could see Fremantle jump as high as second, depending on the outcome of the Swans-Geelong match, also on Saturday.
Forward Hayden Ballantyne is a chance to play despite injuring a shoulder in the win over Melbourne last Sunday. Half-back Garrick Ibbotson faces a fitness test after missing three games with an Achilles injury.
Injured ruckman Aaron Sandilands (face), All-Australian Luke McPharlin (calf) and fellow defender Clancee Pearce (calf) are unlikely to be risked. The Dockers have beaten the Power in the past five meetings, but Mundy pointed to their improvement under rookie coach Ken Hinkley.
Many of the Power's 12 wins this season have come on the back of a strong second half.
After second-quarter fade-outs against the Demons and Greater Western Sydney in the past fortnight, Mundy said it was important Fremantle kept their intensity up."I was just looking at some of the clips from our games against them (Port) last year and they're a markedly different team this year," he said. "We've seen they're never out of the contest, they keep fighting back."