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On-demand full match replays from onwards AFL TV for exclusive panel shows, highlight packages and more. Special coverage of the Charles Brownlow Medal and more. Premium stats — enjoy live stats as the coaches see it. Real-time player and team insights on the Telstra Tracker. Both sides have exceeded pre-season predictions and rank similarly in a number of areas.

They have the same win-loss record of and their points scored and points conceded are also eerily similar. Collingwood have been posted favourite in the head to head betting on the back of the home ground advantage and some superior recent form.

The Magpies have won their past seven games, while West Coast have lost three of their past four. However, those losses came in the absence of a number of key players that may return from injury this weekend.

On the same day, Collingwood proved to be too good for their old rivals, Essendon, by defeating the Bombers by 16 points in front of 70, fans at the MCG. Look for that quartet to be prominent once again. The Eagles will need the likes of Andrew Gaff and Elliot Yeo to produce big games in the middle, while Shannon Hurn and Jeremy McGovern will be out to curb the Magpies forward thrusts with their intercept marking. McGovern has played as a forward in recent weeks but may be swung back with Josh Kennedy and Jack Darling likely to return from injury.

Collingwood have a lengthy injury list and Flynn Appleby is the latest casualty. The good news is that Darcy Moore and Travis Varcoe look ready to return. Dom Sheed and Tom Barrass are others that are in the mix. Collingwood have won the past two against West Coast and the last time the two sides met was in Round 18 of at Etihad Stadium. On that occasion the Magpies prevailed by eight points and it was Brodie Grundy that starred for the winners, while Jordan de Grey booted four goals.

It has been well documented that West Coast have a poor record a the MCG and they have won just three of their past nine at the venue. Two of those wins have come against Carlton. West Coast have not defeated the Magpies at the venue since Round 2 in Collingwood have won six of their 10 games at the home of footy in Hurn, Barrass, Sheppard HB: Cole, McGovern, Jetta C: Hutchings, Yeo, Masten HF: Redden, Darling, Cripps F: Allen, Schofield, Ainsworth, Ah Chee.

Hoskin-Elliott, Mihocek, de Goey F: Sier, Aish, Mayne, Greenwood. The Swans lost their Round 23 clash to Hawthorn by nine points and that defeat saw them finish in 6th position, while GWS come off two successive losses and have had to settle for 7th. The Giants battled injuries to key players in the concluding stages this season. They were beaten by Sydney to the tune of 20 points in Round 22 before going down to Melbourne by 45 in the last round of the regular season.

Despite their recent hiccups, both sides should benefit from the week off in between games and we can expect to see some big names to return. Lance Franklin is the most notable of those and the Sydney superstar was the matchwinner the last time the two sides met.

Those players are arguably in better form than their Swans counterparts. Sydney are 9th in this measure. Another interesting stat is that both sides rank very similarly for points scored and points conceded. The side that takes their chances and converts in front of goal should just about be the one that comes out in front.

With Franklin sure to provide a target at one end, Jeremy Cameron will need to lift on his recent performances at the other end for GWS, while Giants fans will be hoping Toby Greene can prove his fitness and sneak into the side to add some much needed depth inside forward Both sides have lengthy injury lists but Sydney are expected to regain a couple of big names in Lance Franklin and Luke Parker.

Both missed the Hawks loss. GWS will be sweating on the fitness of Rory Lobb, who suffered a back injury in the loss to Melbourne. Toby Greene is an outside chance of returning and his presence would bolster the Giants forward line.

Sydney have won 11 of the 15 encounters between the two sides including both matches this season. They met as recently as Round 22 and on that occasion it was Sydney by 20 points at Spotless Stadium. Sydney have a moderate record at their home ground this season, winning five from 11 at the venue. This shapes as a real flip of the coin job. Sydney are better placed from an injury perspective but if GWS can get their running game going they loom as a genuine threat.

After a tight first few quarters, the Giants can overcome Sydney in what should be a close one. Rampe, Grundy, Lloyd HB: Newman, Aliir, McVeigh C: Cunningham, Kennedy, Heeney HF: Florent, McCartin, Hewett F: Cameron, Dawson, Marsh, Towers.

A crowd of over is expected at the home of footy and a Preliminary Final berth awaits the winner. Channel 7 and Fox Footy will broadcast the game live.

Richmond have been the team to beat in and have won 18 of their 22 regular season matches. Their four losses all came interstate and they are unbeaten at the MCG in Their opponents, Hawthorn, snuck into the top four, finishing 4th after their stirring win over the Sydney Swans in Round The Hawks have won 15 of 22 this season and are one of the form sides, winning their past six games.

In their win over Sydney they came back from 26 points down in the second quarter to score by nine. Their youngsters, including Harry Morrison and James Worpel, were instrumental in the win, while seasoned campaigners including Shaun Burgoyne and Liam Shiels steadied the ship earlier on.

Despite their solid recent form, Hawthorn head in as underdogs. A number of the Tigers big names have been in brilliant touch this year including Jack Riewoldt, who kicked more goals than any other player in the home and away season with 65 majors for the year. Riewoldt is one player that will need to be stopped if Hawthorn are to score an upset, while Dustin Martin is another that will need to be curtailed by the Hawks.

However, the Tigers are very even across the field and are renowned for their pressure game. They have conceded fewer goals and inside 50s than the Hawks in , while they have also averaged more goals. If Luke Breust and Jack Gunston can find enough supply up forward, they are always a chance but they will need to be at their best to set up a win and a subsequent Preliminary Final berth. Otherwise, either Melbourne or Geelong await in a sudden death Semi Final.

Brand omitted , D. Mirra omitted , T. Sitting at and expected to make the finals, the Saints dished up one of the worst performances I have ever seen, kicking 5. The Saints enjoyed a good month of footy after that, with victories against Gold Coast, Melbourne and Carlton all in a four-week timeframe. Again, the Saints again fell away.

They showed up on Saturday night against the Hawks, losing by just four points in a nail-biting finish. North Melbourne cannot make Finals, however, they still have plenty to play for, with star forward Ben Brown only two goals behind Jack Riewoldt in the Coleman Medal race. Against a St Kilda defence who has allowed over points 11 times this season, Brown will fancy his chances kicking a bag. Ben Jacobs concussion and Taylor Garner hamstring are likely to not return in Round 23 now that finals are not a possibility for the Kangaroos.

Jarryn Geary concussion should be fit to play on Sunday, whilst Jake Carlisle back is still listed as a test. Orbit Showtime Network OSN offers four live matches every round of the home and away season, plus the weekly highlights program showcasing all the action of the round every Monday evening on Show Sports 2, and all of the Finals Series.

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