Ruckman Andrew Ruck is poised to play his first league game in 15 months when Claremont host South Fremantle tomorrow.
On the comeback trail after a knee reconstruction, 26-year-old Ruck has averaged 20 hit-outs, 12 possessions and three marks in nine reserves games in 2012.
He was the Tigers' No.1 ruckman before being injured in round three against Peel last year.
Former West Perth big man Mitch Andrews replaced Ruck and played a key role in Claremont's premiership.
Up to five changes will be made to the Tigers' side which came from 40 points down midway through the third quarter to beat Subiaco by 13 points last Saturday.
Key-position player David Crawford, midfielder Rory Walton, utility player Clay McLernon and Tambellup teenager Tom Taylor are expected to be included.
Taylor has played for the Tigers in the Foxtel Cup but would make his WAFL league debut. Former Perth squad member McLernon is set to play 100th WAFL game.
Fremantle rookie-list member Jordan Wilson-King is one of five possible changes for the Bulldogs.
West Coast forward Brad Dick was named to play his first league game for East Fremantle, against Perth tomorrow.
Dick notched 27 games in five seasons for Collingwood before being de-listed at the end of last year after shoulder and knee injuries.
The 23-year-old was thrown a lifeline by the Eagles, taken at pick No.68 in this year's rookie draft.
Dick earned a call-up to the Sharks league team after four reserves games.Leon Davis, Sam Butler, Ashley Smith and Aaron Zucconi are expected to be added by the Demons, who lost to West Perth by 42 points at Brownes Stadium on June 16.
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