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‘It’s a conundrum’: the choice ahead of Lachie Hunter and the Bulldogs

The Western Bulldogs are set to welcome Lachie Hunter back into their 22 for the game against Carlton after serving his four-week suspension for breaching COVID-19 protocols.

Hunter has been charged with drink driving, careless driving and failing to give his name after a collision and will front the Melbourne Magistrates Court in November, over the alleged April incident.

Lachie Hunter could return in a different position.

Lachie Hunter could return in a different position.Credit:Getty Images

Both Bulldogs coach Luke Beveridge and midfielder Jack Macrae have praised Hunter’s dedication during his four week suspension, with the coach saying he was “more than likely” to play next week.

“He’s probably more than likely to play, I’d say, based on today how he went … and we might be one or two down, injury wise,” Beveridge said after the Dogs’ win over North Melbourne.

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