Timothy English
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Should play Round 11
RWestern Bulldogs
Concussion
May 22, 2021
Coach Luke Beveridge said English (concussion) is expected to play Round 11 versus the Demons, AFL Ratings reports.
ANALYSIS
English sat out he past two games while managing concussion symptoms, but he should be back on the field in Round 11 for the Bulldogs.
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RWestern Bulldogs
Concussion
May 20, 2021
English (concussion) is out for Round 10 against Saint Kilda.
ANALYSIS
English will now miss two straight games while dealing with concussion symptoms. When healthy, he offers the best value of any ruck for the Bulldogs and Jordon Sweet will remain in the lineup until he returns.
Still out
RWestern Bulldogs
Concussion
May 14, 2021
English (concussion) will miss Round 9 against Port Adelaide.
ANALYSIS
English had the chance to play this week but needs a little longer to overcome his concussion. With him and Stefan Martin (Achilles) also out, Jordon Sweet will make a second consecutive start and third of the season.
Could be back in Round 9
RWestern Bulldogs
Concussion
May 11, 2021
English (concussion) is in line for selection if he can pass his tests for Round 9 against Port Adelaide, according to head of sports medicine, Chris Bell.
ANALYSIS
English has missed the last two rounds with this injury and will hope to return for a major match between two flag contenders. His return may be a little more cautious than others who could play this weekend, but if available English has scored as many as 105 fantasy points in a game when healthy.
Suffers concussion in win
RWestern Bulldogs
Concussion
April 23, 2021
English suffered a concussion during Friday's Round 6 win over GWS, according to Martin Pegan of AFL.com.
ANALYSIS
English will miss at least 12 days while in concussion protocol and that will likely keep him out of Round 7 against Richmond as well. With him out, Jordon Sweet could return to the lineup after a decent debut in Round 5.
Three goals, behinds v. Brisbane
RWestern Bulldogs
April 10, 2021
English cleared 17 disposals, nine marks, eight hitouts, four clearances and a trio of goals and behinds each Saturday as Western knocked off Brisbane 73-54 at Mars Stadium.
ANALYSIS
English celebrated a career- and game-high three goals scored and set a personal-best for marks in Saturday's contest. So too did he close out the match trailing only teammate Aaron Naugthon for most behinds registered. Currently the league leader for total contested marks (13) and contested marks per game (3.25), the Bulldogs' ruck heads into Round Five averaging a respectable 85.2 fantasy points a showing and ranked fifth-best amongst all players at his position for average fantasy score on the year.