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Eagles prepared for another interstate hub

West Coast and Fremantle will likely have to endure interstate hub life again during this disrupted AFL season and the players are ready to roll with the punches.

Coming off West Coast’s 31st Western Derby win, Josh Kennedy told 6PR Breakfast the players have to be flexible.

Whatever we can do to get this season finished, or keep going; it’s a tough one because as I said before, everything changes day-to-day, week-to-week and even hourly.

“We know that we’ve got a little stint at home at the moment, but the possibility that we probably will have to go away maybe towards the back end of the year,” Kennedy told Steve and Baz.

This year is just all about being open to whatever gets thrown at us so we’ve got to be pretty adaptive at the moment,” he said.

The three-time Glendinning-Alan medalist also says their captain Luke Shuey will be back from a hamstring injury to play against Collingwood on Sunday.

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