The fourth match today and arguably the best match of the day is between Geelong Cats and Collingwood Magpies. The opening bounce will commence at 7:40pm at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. View our live scores, results, possessions and dreamteam points.
The last time these two teams met was in Round 8 this year in which Collingwood won by twelve points at the same ground.
Geelong make quite a few changes from last week with Steve Johnson, Jackson Sheringham, Harry Taylor, Mitch Duncan and Josh Walker replacing Jimmy Bartel, David Wojcinski, Dawson Simpson, Mitch Brown and Jordan Murdoch.
Collingwood’s team will be boosted a lot with the inclusions of Scott Pendlebury, Nathan Brown and Chris Tarrant who will replace Sharrod Wellingham, Jackson Paine and Marley Williams.
Even though Geelong won the last encounter Collingwood will start the match as clear favourites.
WHERE AND WHEN: MCG, Saturday July 14, 7.40pm
LAST TIME: Collingwood 14.12 (96) d Geelong 11.18 (84), round 8, 2012 at the MCG
- B: Joel Corey, Tom Lonergan, Matthew Scarlett
- HB: Harry Taylor, Josh Hunt, Corey Enright
- C: Andrew Mackie, James Kelly, Taylor Hunt
- HF: Billie Smedts, Tom Hawkins, Steven Motlop
- F: Paul Chapman, Josh Walker, Allen Christensen
- Foll: Trent West, Joel Selwood, Steve Johnson
- I/C: Mathew Stokes, Jackson Sheringham, Mitch Duncan, Cameron Guthrie
- Emg: Dawson Simpson, Jordan Schroder, Jordan Murdoch
- In: Steve Johnson, Jackson Sheringham, Harry Taylor, Mitch Duncan, Josh Walker
- Out: Jimmy Bartel, David Wojcinski, Dawson Simpson, Mitch Brown, Jordan Murdoch
- New: Jackson Sheringham (Geelong VFL), Josh Walker (Geelong U18)
- B: Heritier O’Brien, Nathan Brown, Chris Tarrant
- HB: Nick Maxwell, Ben Reid, Alan Toovey
- C: Simon Buckley, Dale Thomas, Jarryd Blair
- HF: Scott Pendlebury, Chris Dawes, Heath Shaw
- F: Dayne Beams, Travis Cloke, Tyson Goldsack
- Foll: Darren Jolly, Dane Swan, Steele Sidebottom
- I/C: Martin Clarke, Ben Sinclair, Alex Fasolo, Jamie Elliott
- Emg: Tom Young, Kirk Ugle, Paul Seedsman
- In: Scott Pendlebury, Nathan Brown, Chris Tarrant
- Out: Sharrod Wellingham, Jackson Paine, Marley Williams
- Milestones: Heritier O’Brien – 150 games, Alan Toovey – 100 games, Jarryd Blair – 50 games