A look at the key fixtures in the AFL’s return to Perth this weekend, including the return of the Suns’ premiership-winning players to the city.
Key eventsThis Saturday: Suns players return to cityThe Suns are playing in their first match in Perth since the AFL suspended the franchise in 2012, having won their first two matches.
The Suns will play against the Gold Coast Suns at Simonds Stadium, where the Suns lost to the Brisbane Lions in round 11.
The Gold Coast won the first match, 30-21, and will have a game-day squad.
The Tigers will play the Adelaide Crows at Adelaide Oval, where they lost to Geelong.
The Adelaide Crow have a pre-season fixture against West Coast, who won the opening match of the season, 32-21.
The Hawks will play their second game of the pre-summer tour, against Melbourne.
The Cats will play Richmond at Adelaide Park, where Richmond won the season opener, 38-10.
The Dockers will play Port Adelaide at Adelaide Stadium, after losing the first game of their tour.
The Swans will play Carlton at Adelaide Domain Stadium, with the Swans losing to Essendon in round 10.
The Giants will play Gold Coast at Adelaide United, after winning the round 10 clash.
The Eagles will play North Melbourne at Adelaide’s Domain Stadium.
The Demons will play Fremantle at Domain Stadium after losing to the Cats in round 14.
The Magpies will play West Coast at Domain, after finishing the season on a high.
The Bulldogs will play Adelaide at Spotless Stadium, following the team’s win over the Cats.
The Western Bulldogs have a match against the Swanny Blues in Perth on Friday night.
The Lions will play Hawthorn at Domain.
The Rabbitohs will play Essendon at Spotlessly Stadium, which has been used by the Swazers for several games.
The Kangaroos will play Collingwood at Spotlessness Stadium.