West Coast coach John Worsfold has encouraged Adelaide to "throw everything at them" tomorrow night when the Eagles farewell two club champions at Patersons Stadium.
As expected, retiring premiership pair Andrew Embley, 32, and Adam Selwood, 29, were both included in the side to face the Crows in what will be their final games in Eagles colours.
The two veterans and injured forward Mark Nicoski announced their retirements this month as the changing of the guard at West Coast starts to take shape.
Embley's inclusion ensures the 2006 Norm Smith medallist becomes just the seventh Eagle to play 250 games for the club.
Young forward Simon Tunbridge was also named to face the Crows, his second game this season.
Midfielders Bradd Dalziell and Brad Sheppard were axed from the side which lost to Collingwood last Friday night.
Utility player Will Schofield won't play after sustaining facial injuries when attacked in Geelong last weekend.
The Crows have made one change to the team which belted Melbourne by 68 points at AAMI Stadium last Saturday, with Matthew Wright replacing dropped forward Jared Petrenko.
Both sides are a mathematical chance of making the top eight after Essendon were disqualified from the finals by the AFL over their controversial supplements program.
Adelaide and West Coast are sitting 12th and 13th respectively, one win out of eighth, and need percentage-boosting victories to put them back in the finals frame.
But with Carlton, Brisbane and North Melbourne sitting above them, Worsfold said the Eagles would focus on their own performance rather than get out the calculator.
"I don't know what the mathematical requirements are," Worsfold said.
"It is highly unlikely. I have never planned to go out and win by a margin.
"We plan to go out and perform as well as we can."
The Eagles have won only three games at Patersons Stadium in a dismal season which promised much but delivered little.
Worsfold said while he had confidence in the team to bounce back in 2014, it was important to finish with a strong effort after consecutive 10-goal losses to Geelong and the Magpies in the past fortnight.
"You question your own self- belief," he said.
"It has happened to me before when we have lost games. We lost the 2005 grand final and you have doubts. You cross those tough times and you have got to have a clear head and move on with it."We want Adelaide to come over and throw everything at us because that is the only way we are going to learn and get better."