Seven News sports journo Ryan Daniels is reporting that WA will once again play host to AFL games once games in Queensland are done.
Daniels wrote in a tweet this morning “Confirmed. Lock it in. The @AFL will have a hub in WA once the games in QLD are done.”
Confirmed. Lock it in.
The @AFL will have a hub in WA once the games in QLD are done.
Possibility of one more round being played on GoldCoast, absolute worst case scenario two – but that’ll be it. Interstate clubs will fly in and play each other during WA quarantine @7NewsPerth
— Ryan Daniels (@FootyRhino) June 9, 2020
Daniels went on to say that round 6 would see West Coast take on Adelaide with Fremantle playing a team in Queensland.
Round 7 would see a Derby, then four Victorian teams would fly into WA before quarantining at Crown and playing at Optus Stadium.
The AFL is yet to confirm any of these arrangements.