WEST Coast have loaded up with their three gun forwards, naming Jack Darling, Josh Kennedy and Mark LeCras for Sundayís clash with Collingwood at the MCG.

Of the possible ins for the Eagles, only defender Tom Barrass (back) hasnít made it back.

Darling (ankle) hasnít played since injuring his ankle against St Kilda in round 11. Kennedy suffered a hairline fracture in his leg in round 13 against Sydney, and LeCras suffered a wrist injury in round 14 against Essendon.

Jake Waterman and Dom Sheed have also been named on an extended bench, while Nathan Vardy is the only casualty so far from the clubís hard-fought win against GWS last weekend.

The inclusion of the experienced trio in attack is a significant boost to West Coastís scoring power. Darling (28), Kennedy (29) and LeCras (22) have kicked 79 goals between them this year.

Meanwhile, Collingwood named Will Hoskin-Elliott in their team despite bone bruising at the top of his shin he suffered in last weekendís win against Essendon.

Callum Brown, Darcy Moore, Sam Murray, Adam Oxley were named on an extended bench to be cut tomorrow, while Travis Varcoe is set to play in defence after being named in the 18.

Flynn Appleby is the one casualty from last weekend after suffering a hamstring injury.