WHILE the Demons are satisfied with their 10-0 start to 2022, they’re certainly not complacent.

Come Saturday evening, Narrm will face its biggest challenge of the season to date, facing off with fellow top four rival Fremantle at the MCG.

And it’s a challenge the club is looking forward to.

“[It’s] always good to play against a really good team and the boys are really primed,” midfield coach Adem Yze told Narrm Media.

“We know that they’re well structured and I think it’s number one and two defence.

“So we’re going to have our work cut out to score against them.”

The Dockers sit in fourth spot on the ladder after 10 rounds, proving to be one of the most improved sides in the competition this season.

And although they’ve dropped their past two matches to Gold Coast and Collingwood, both by 36 points, they can’t be taken lightly.

“It was treacherous conditions over there on the weekend so it’s hard to read a lot of the game style as such in a game like that,” Yze said.

“We’ve looked at them at their best and when they’re at their best they’re pretty tough to beat.”

When it’s up and running, Fremantle poses threats across all three lines of the ground.

“They’re really structured in defence, they’re really measured on their offence and they’ve got some quality midfielders,” Yze said.

“I think they’re second for time in forward half, so they play a forward half game.

“We understand their strengths and obviously it’s going to be similar to the way we play.

“It’s going to be a finals-like game where two top four teams are playing each other, so we can’t wait.”

To hear more from Yze in the lead up to Round 11, watch the interview below.

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RD 11 | Match Preview Adem Yze

Adem Yze gives us a run down on what to expect this week at the MCG.

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