I'm hoping we'll seal top 4 spot next week. Geelong don't look that solid, we can surely beat them at Gabba.By my calculations we will likely need to win our last two to get a home final. Lose next week and we're under the gun as far as that goes. The one team I don't want to play in the finals if they make it is the Dogs
Exactly.But looking at the situation overall I'd say there's no chance of the club not getting finals footy into Cam now that the opportunity is here . They've stuck this far, he's shown some signs of improvement the last few games . At least he's going to be hard in the contest , loved that bump in the Dogs game .
I'm so nervous we will fluff it again in the pressure cooker but we've been killing it the last 2 months. Stress mode will be activated Sat Arvo.Round 21 complete, this game will be 1st v 2nd.
Sellout crowd against the ladder leaders, we have to stand up after what happened the last time the spotlight was on us against the Magpies earlier in the year, so much to play for.
We need to run them all over the park. Gas them then slice them up.Apart from Kelly, Miers and a couple others the Cats are slower than treacle. Even Danger is not fast. Selwood and Gazza are shadows of their former selves. Their bigger bodies will test us, as will their centre clearance work. They have the stingiest defence going around. But Cameron and our other small forwards could test them. Did I mention I don't like Hawkins?
Hawkins, Selwood, Ablett, DangerfieldMany years ago I respected the likes of J.Selwood and many of the other Geelong players and their club. I then watched them at the Gabba and I never saw a bigger bunch of sooks in my life and ever since thought of them as entitled little pricks. Thus hope we put them back in their place this Saturday afternoon.
Have to agree on this one.Hawkins, Selwood, Ablett, Dangerfield
4 of the sookiest, albeit talented, players in the AFL. Just watch how often they play for frees.
Before 2005 Geelong hadn't beaten the Lions since 1995 or so.Couple of club milestones next week too; Dan McStay plays his 100th, Alex Witherden his 50th and if I read correctly, Linc McCarthy plays overall game no.50 too.
Time also to break another hoodoo by beating Geelong the first time since round 13, 2013. Remarkably, we've only beaten Geelong twice since 2005 (once in 2013 and the other in round 15, 2009.)