Noah Cumberland during the 2022 AFL Round 19 match between Richmond and Fremantle (Photo by Cameron Grimes / Zero Digital Media)

Richmond have made a change ahead of Saturday afternoon's clash against West Coast, with Noah Cumberland replacing Ivan Soldo in the selected side.

The Tigers confirmed that Soldo will miss the Round 8 clash due to a foot complaint, keeping his 2023 game tally at just one.

Cumberland meanwhile enters the selected side for his sixth game of the season, with Bigoa Nyuon replacing the 22-year-old as an emergency.

"Noah Cumberland has replaced Ivan Soldo in Richmond's final 22 for Saturday afternoon's match against West Coast at the MCG," the club confirmed on Friday.

"Ruckman Soldo will miss the clash due to a foot complaint."

Soldo only just made his return from a plantar fasciitis injury against the Suns in Round 7, collecting 11 disposals, eight contested possessions, five marks and one goal in the Richmond loss.

Dion Prestia and Jack Graham are among other inclusions for the Tigers for the Saturday afternoon clash, while Tyler Sonsie (omitted), Trent Cotchin (rested) and Tylar Young (leg) will miss.

Richmond will host West Coast at 1:45pm AEST at the MCG on Saturday, May 6.