One of current footy’s most celebrated competitions accepts another turn as Hawthorn makes a trip down to Geelong without precedent for a long time.
The Cats (0-1, 69.5%) will want to bob once again from their opening round misfortune to GWS, with various home games at GMHBA Stadium conceivably giving them a stage to do as such.
The Hawks (1-0, 145.2%) were shock victors in Round 1 against Brisbane, who completed second a year ago, and now face 2019 minor premiers Geelong – at the Cattery just because since 2006.Football profits for Thursday night following a three-month rest due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Fans scarcely experienced the opposition before things came to a standstill, with only one round played before the opposition shut down.
Geelong v Hawthorn
GMHBA Stadium, Friday June 12, 7.50pm AEST
The last time Hawthorn played Geelong at the Cattery was 2006. Circumstances are different from that point forward, and there will be no groups to give the Cats a home-ground advantage in that regard. Be that as it may, the components of GMHBA Stadium could demonstrate precarious for the Hawks. They have utilized markers to imitate the specific elements of GMHBA Stadium at Waverley Park in arrangement, however mentor Alastair Clarkson on Friday anticipated a gloomy issue, because of corroded aptitudes and dewy conditions just as the state of the ground. To add injury to affront, Clarkson affirmed that midfield star Jaeger O’Meara will miss the match, having been not able to recoup from a facial crack. The Cats are sure to play Brandan Parfitt, yet Jake Kolodjashnij will presumably be compelled to miss one more week. Prior in the week, the Cats were all the while weighing up whether to play previous Saint Jack Steven, who endured a cut injury during the season break.
AFL games in 2020 will be played with shortened quarters of 16 minutes plus time on, down from the usual 20 plus time on.
The match gets underway at 7:50pm EST from GMHBA Stadium.
Watch it live on Fox Footy (channel 504) from 7pm EST or stream it on Kayo.
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