If Perth win they will meet either Melbourne City or the winner of today’s final between Brisbane Roar and Western United in the season finale. City will play Brisbane or Western United on Wednesday in a big semi-final double header with the Sky Blues and the Glory. 
“It’s a hypothetical for now but if we win on Wednesday against Sydney FC, we can easily have two Sydney hub teams get to Perth and play each other in the 
Grand Final next Sunday,” encouraged Sage. 

“There are no AFL games on and we will easily get 30,000 to Optus...there were 57,000 tickets sold in four days last year.”
Western Australia’s laws regarding COVID19 are a lot more relaxed compared to other states with the relatively low number of cases in the state.
A grand final with a big crowd would be just the type of ending the current season would yearn for. Foxtel would likely be happy with the arrangement too, in light of the $32 million deal they signed in July.
The game's major broadcasting partner would be very concerned with the low TV numbers the A-League has attracted this winter, especially considering FFA are considering a permanent switch to winter. 
“There no government rule changes needed as that is exactly what the AFL have been doing for two months because these teams have all been in quarantine hubs," Sage continued.

“It’s a no brainer and approximately $1.5m net profit for the game which we all desperately need. My CEO is in Sydney, Greg O’Rourke should talk to him immediately.
“The WA government cant say no to us as they have had this policy for the AFL for two months. It’s a no brainer.“