PERTH, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 26: Patrick Dangerfield of the Cats breaks clear of a tackle by Nathan Fyfe of the Dockers during the round one AFL match between the Fremantle Dockers and the Geelong Cats at Domain Stadium on March 26, 2017 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

Former AFL greats Tim Watson and Garry Lyon put together their State of Origin teams this morning on SEN Breakfast.

Watson was charged with assembling the All-Star side and Lyon picked the Victorian line–up.

Their squads were chosen under the new rules which scrapped the three-player per club restriction, as revealed on Monday.

Richmond dominated their selection with seven players, followed by GWS (six), Brisbane (five), Collingwood (four) and the Western Bulldogs (four).

Essendon was the only club with no representatives.

A number of stars have already been rumoured to be selected when the official announcement is made at 12:00pm AEST today.

Victoria and the All-Stars will clash at Marvel Stadium next Friday night.

Tim Watson’s All-Star team

FB: Shannon Hurn – Phil Davis – Dane Rampe

CHB: Jeremy Howe – Harris Andrews – Zac Williams

C: Elliot Yeo – Patrick Cripps – Brad Hill

HF: Michael Walters – Jack Riewoldt – Nat Fyfe (c)

FF: Connor Rozee – Tom Hawkins – Charlie Cameron

R: Brodie Grundy – Stephen Congilio – Lachie Neale

I/C: Jarrod Witts, Isaac Heeney, Dayne Zorko, Luke Breust, Callum Mills, Jason Johannisen, Rory Laird, Shane Edwards.

Garry Lyon’s Victoria team

FB: James Sicily – Mark Blicavs – Dylan Grimes

CHB: Bachar Houli – Daniel Talia – Lachie Whitfield

C: Dion Prestia – Scott Pendlebury – Jack Macrae

HF: Robbie Gray – Tom Lynch – Jordan De Goey

FF: Luke Shuey – Jeremy Cameron – Marcus Bontempelli

R: Todd Goldstein – Patrick Dangerfield (c) – Dustin Martin

I/C: Rowan Marshall, Hugh McCluggage, Clayton Oliver, Josh Dunkley, Rory Sloane, Josh Kelly.