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Eagles want top two

West Coast recorded a 13-point victory over Melbourne in Alice Springs on Sunday to lift the Eagles to third on the ladder, but their aiming higher.

“It’s so tight for even that top four spot, for us obviously we want to finish as high as we can and first or second is ideal for us.
“To have a couple of home finals, so, we’d love to finish there,” Josh Kennedy told 6PR Breakfast.

Their run continues on Saturday when they face North Melbourne at Optus Stadium and Kennedy says the skipper Shannon Hurn will be back in the side.

“He should be back, the old fella. He hurt his calf a little bit, but he should be back in and firing,” he confirmed.

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