Autopsy AFL 2021 Round 14 - Cats v Dogs Fri June 18th 7:50pm EST (GMHBA)

Who will win and by how much?

  • Cats by a goal or less

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Dogs by a goal or less

    Votes: 4 9.3%
  • Cats by 7 - 20

    Votes: 19 44.2%
  • Dogs by 7 - 20

    Votes: 5 11.6%
  • Cats by a lot

    Votes: 14 32.6%
  • Dogs by a lot

    Votes: 1 2.3%
  • Draw

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    43
  • Poll closed .

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Wosh

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3RD V 2ND

AFL 2021 PREMIERSHIP SEASON
GEELONG V WESTERN BULLDOGS
FRIDAY JUNE 18TH 7:50PM EST (GMHBA)



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TEAMS


CATS

B: J. Bews, L. Henderson, J. Henry
HB: Z. Tuohy, T. Stewart, J. Kolodjashnij
C: I. Smith, C. Guthrie, S. Menegola
HF: L. Dahlhaus, J. Cameron, B. Close
F: P. Dangerfield, T. Hawkins, G. Rohan
FOLL: E. Ratugolea, M. Duncan, J. Selwood - C

I/C: M. O’Connor, T. Atkins, M. Blicavs, B. Parfitt
EMG: Q. Narkle, Z. Guthrie, S. Higgins, R. Stanley

IN: C. Guthrie
OUT: Q. Narkle (Medi-Sub), S. Higgins (Managed)


BULLDOGS
B: R. Gardner, A. Keath, H. Crozier
HB: T. Duryea, Z. Cordy, C. Daniel
C: B. Dale, T. Liberatore, L. Hunter
HF: J. Johannisen, J. Bruce, C. Weightman
F: M. Hannan, A. Naughton, T. English
FOLL: S. Martin, J. Macrae, M. Bontempelli - C

I/C: B. Smith, A. Scott, B. Williams, R. Smith
EMG: T. McLean, M. Wallis, E. Wood, J. Sweet

IN: None
OUT: R. West (Medi-Sub)



BYES: ADELAIDE, COLLINGWOOD, ST KILDA, SYDNEY, FREMANTLE, RICHMOND, MELBOURNE, WEST COAST EAGLES




 
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dean33

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Interesting that all Vic games with no crowds have been moved except this game. Surely could have been moved to tassie as well? It really could have been a festival of footy down there.
 

MisterMarcus

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Interesting that all Vic games with no crowds have been moved except this game. Surely could have been moved to tassie as well? It really could have been a festival of footy down there.
Regional Victoria (which includes Geelong) has less strict rules than metro Melbourne. I assume that's why.
 

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Geelong were given the option to have this game played interstate in front of fans but opted not to as the financial gain of moving it was not worth the impact of a third interstate trip. Can't blame them.
 

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If you decide to take the home ground advantage over playing in front of crowds interstate..., then you must win ! Cats basically at full strength. No excuses..
 

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If you decide to take the home ground advantage over playing in front of crowds interstate..., then you must win ! Cats basically at full strength. No excuses..
Agree completely. This is Geelongs game to lose, weve still got too many big outs, your forward line is on fire, tipping against us for the first time this season.

BTW with such a small crowd will GFC be worse off than no crowd? They now need to employ a skeleton stadium staff which they wouldnt have needed with no crowd. Its hardly as if 7,000 will offer much by way of crowd affirmation to push the umps, personally dont see the sense, will be interesting viewing tomorrow night.

Tarps?
 

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Agree completely. This is Geelongs game to lose, weve still got too many big outs, your forward line is on fire, tipping against us for the first time this season.

BTW with such a small crowd will GFC be worse off than no crowd? They now need to employ a skeleton stadium staff which they wouldnt have needed with no crowd. Its hardly as if 7,000 will offer much by way of crowd affirmation to push the umps, personally dont see the sense, will be interesting viewing tomorrow night.

Tarps?
20% capacity. It's a joke considering (a) Geelong is in regional Victoria and has had no COVID cases this year (as far as I know); (b) only Geelong and regional people can attend the game; and (c) I'm not amused!

I'd love to see the "health advice" that said anything over 20% represented a COVID risk
 

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Going to be very tough for us to match Geelong without Treloar and Dunkley.
They're missing Higgins but close to full strength with Duncan back. I don't see how any team beats Geelong without a clean injury list themselves, Cats have experience and talent all over the paddock.
 

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