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Hilly confident at MCG against Magpies

The Fremantle Dockers are still sharing the love after their one-point, after the siren win over the Brisbane Lions on Sunday.

Bradley Hill received a hug and a kiss from coach Ross Lyon after the thrilling victory, but Hill told Steve and Baz, the boss is affectionate with the team.

“He’s always pretty close with us behind cameras, but I think it was a first for people to see,” Hill told 6PR Breakfast.

Fremantle has a big test on Saturday when they go up against second placed Collingwood, but takes confidence that they play well at the MCG.

“Collingwood are probably be the best team in the comp, with Geelong. It’s definitely going to be a tough job for us going over to Melbourne,” he says.

“We always seem to play alright when we play at the MCG and when we travel over there, it’s going to be tough but we do have a lot of confidence.”

Hilly also had an update on how 15-year-old Henry the dog was, after Henry was stabbed twice on Sunday. Hilly visited Henry and his family yesterday because they are big Fremantle fans.

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