Fremantle's surge this season has been meteoric, with Trent Cooper's side boasting the second highest percentage in the competition and a proven capability of grinding out tough matchups.

Their recent high-scoring win against a spirited Western Bulldogs side proved that the Dockers are exceptional at both ends of the pitch, a trait Cooper recognises.

But even after setting the AFLW record for highest aggregate score in a thrill-a-minute contest his team eventually ran away with, the coach is insisting Fremantle don't rest on their laurels.

"We aim to be undefeated, we aim to win every game," Cooper said.

"We don't talk about being undefeated, but we talk about winning the next week.

"Even qualifying for finals … I don't think we're guaranteed even after today."

The AFLW fixture list is somewhat up in the air given the COVID-19 outbreak and the resulting effect on sports Australia wide.

Cooper admits they don't have enough information to predict whether the Grand Final will be expedited.

"It’s hard to say because we don’t really understand the pandemic and what it means," Cooper said.

"If they say we’ve only got one more week before it’s shut down then it probably makes sense.

"There will be people above us who make those decisions and they’ll do that with the medical facts at hand and what’s best for the AFL.

"If that’s the case that’s what it will be, but we will just wait and see what does happen."