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Where: Simonds Stadium, Geelong
When: Saturday August 30 – 10.40am (BST)
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The Cats have already secured a top four spot and will use this game as a tune-up for the finals series.
There is the possibility that Geelong could drop to fourth if they lose this one, but it’s hard to see them going down to a Lions side with nothing to play for but pride.
The Lions went down easily to the Dockers last week, but have shown they can trouble some of the competitions best on their day.
Hamish McIntosh, Allen Christensen and Steven Motlop are being ‘managed’ and won’t play, suggesting Cats coach Chris Scott is quite certain of a match up with Geelong in one of the two qualifying finals.
Playing at home, the Cats should win this won comfortably.
1. Steve Johnson was best on ground in the Cats’ win over the Lions in round two. Johnson gathered 37 disposals and laid 10 tackles. Pearce Hanley had 32 touches for the Lions.
2. Geelong has taken the most marks inside 50 of any club this season. The Cats average 13.6 marks inside 50 per game. Key forward Tom Hawkins has taken 79 of them.
3. The Cats continue to struggle when it comes to clearances. They are ranked 18th in the competition, with an average of 33.1 per game.
4. The Lions lead the Cats this season when it comes to kicking for goal. Their accuracy is 48.5 per cent, while the Cats are going at 46.7 per cent.
5. The Brisbane Lions last won at Simonds Stadium in round 6, 2003.
6. Geelong midfielder Josh Caddy was 333rd in the Official AFL Player Ratings, brought to you by Gatorade, after round 17. Some good form in recent weeks has elevated him to 297th.