AFL heavyweights bolster their side ahead of must-win game.
Geelong have made three big changes to their side to play the Port Adelaide Power in their AFL knockout semi-final at the MCG this weekend.
After being a late withdrawal All Australian forward Tom Hawkins won a recall along with Josh Hunt and Taylor Hunt.
Corey Enright will miss after injuring his knee in the loss to Fremantle, while Josh Caddy and Josh Walker were omitted.
Cats coach Chris Scott flagged a possible debut for Shane Kersten earlier this week but the youngster was left out all together with Jordan Murdoch, Jesse Stringer and Trent West the emergencies
Port Adelaide will be hoping to send the Cats out in straight sets and continue their fairytale season and will go into the semi unchanged. Jack Hombsch, Paul Stewart and Jake Neade are the emergencies.
GEELONG v PORT ADELAIDE, Friday 7.30pm (EST) at the MCG
B: Jared Rivers, Tom Lonergan, Josh Hunt
HB: Cam Guthrie, Andrew Mackie, Jimmy Bartel
C: Steve Johnson, Joel Selwood, Allen Christensen
HF: Mitch Duncan, Harry Taylor, Steven Motlop
F: James Podsiadly, Tom Hawkins, Travis Varcoe
Foll: Nathan Vardy, James Kelly, Mathew Stokes
I/C: Mark Blicavs, Paul Chapman, Joel Corey, Taylor Hunt
Emg: Jordan Murdoch, Jake Stringer, Trent West
In: Josh Hunt, Taylor Hunt, Tom Hawkins
Out: Trent West, Corey Enright (suspension), Josh Caddy (ankle)
B: Cameron O’Shea, Alipate Carlile, Tom Logan
HB: Matthew Broadbent, Jackson Trengove, Tom Jonas
C: Brad Ebert, Travis Boak, Kane Cornes
HF: Robbie Gray, Justin Westhoff, Dom Cassisi
F: Chad Wingard, Jay Schulz, Angus Monfries
Foll: Matthew Lobbe, Hamish Hartlett, Oliver Wines
I/C: Andrew Moore, Jasper Pittard, Sam Colquhoun, Aaron Young
Emg: Paul Stewart, Jake Neade, Jack Hombsch