PERTH, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 08: Liam Picken of the Bulldogs looks to pass the ball during the round three AFL match between the Fremantle Dockers and the Western Bulldogs at Domain Stadium on April 8, 2017 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

Western Bulldogs pair Liam Picken and Stewart Crameri will need to pass fitness tests in order to be named for the Dogs’ historic Good Friday clash with North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium.

Dogs coach Luke Beveridge believes Picken will get up for the clash on Friday, after suffering a concussion midway through the second quarter in their loss to Fremantle last weekend.

Stewart Crameri missed the match in Perth last Saturday night, and is again touch-and-go with a hip complaint.

“(Liam) seems to be fine, (but) we’ll cognistat test him today, which is the test you do to make sure the player is ok to go and play and perform,” Beveridge said.

“Even when players have passed that test, there’s no guarantee they’ll be back to their best straight away, but as long as he gets clearance from our doctors, he’ll definitely play.

“Stewart (Crameri) is another one, will need to train today so can’t make a call on him yet,” he said.

“Whether or not (Crameri) gets the tick off by the medicos is going to be a late call.”

If the pair both don’t take the field against North Melbourne, midfielders Clay Smith and Josh Dunkley are in line to take over from Picken.