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THE scores are level, time is ticking down in the fourth quarter and there is a loose ball on the wing.
Charging like a bull from one direction is triple premiership player and two time All Australian captain Joel Selwood.
Preparing to strike from the other direction is four time premiership player and two time Norm Smith Medal winner Luke Hodge.
So who do you think is tough enough to win the contest?
Asked: Who is the AFL’s toughest player?, footy fans have declared it a two horse race between Selwood and Hodge.
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Despite being sidelined with a knee injury for eight weeks, it is the Hawthorn captain who is leading the voting with 28.65 per cent.
Hodge returned for the Hawks against Gold Coast on Sunday and looked like he hadn’t missed a beat.
The 32-year-old had 28 disposals and nine marks and helped his team claim top spot on the ladder.
Selwood isn’t far behind though and holds 24.7 per cent of the votes.
According to AFL fans, the next toughest player in the competition is North Melbourne’s Jack Ziebell with 8.06 per cent of the vote.
Adelaide midfielder Rory Sloane is in fourth.
Fans can vote in the Footy Fans’ Survey until Wednesday June 29.