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Where: Simonds Stadium
When: 10.50 (BST)
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Geelong has an outstanding recent record against North Melbourne, having won eight of the 10 matches played between the teams since the Roos scored an upset victory in round five, 2007.
But things have begun to change recently, with North taking the points in two of the past three clashes.
This time around, the Roos have again struck the Cats at a vulnerable time. Chris Scott’s men are in a bit of a flat spot, having lost to Port Adelaide and Fremantle in recent weeks.
But which version of Brad Scott’s side will turn up? The one that beat the Dockers at Patersons Stadium or the one that lost to Gold Coast at home?
2. No team has had a better record on its home ground in the past decade than Geelong. The Cats have won 45 of their past 47 games at Simonds Stadium.
4. The Cats are the third top team for marks inside 50 this year, averaging 13.9 a game. The Kangaroos are equal 14th with 9.2 a game.
5. Neither side has been strong at centre clearances this season. Geelong is ranked 11th and North Melbourne is 17th.