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Where: The MCG
When: 06.20 (BST)
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Having suffered their first loss of the season against Port Adelaide last weekend, the Cats get the chance to redeem themselves against a Richmond side that has fallen in an almighty hole.
The two sides’ recent form and the history between the clubs over the past three decades suggest that this will be a one-sided affair. Since the start of the 1984 season, Geelong and Richmond have met 46 times. The Cats have won 38 of them, including the last nine on the trot.
1. The last time Richmond beat Geelong was in round 9, 2006, at Simonds Stadium.
2. The Cats lead the competition for inside-50s. They are averaging 55.7 entries per game. They are also No.1 for marks inside 50, with a total of 97.
3. Both teams have been strong this season when it comes to tackling. Geelong is ranked fourth with 74 per game, while Richmond is fifth with 70.3 per game.
4. The Cats are the best team this year for contested marks, with 12.2 per game, while the Tigers are fifth, with 9.5 per game.
5. Steve Johnson was the hero for Geelong when the Cats beat the Tigers by 44 points in round six last year. Johnson tallied 31 disposals and kicked two goals.
6. The Cats’ top player in the Official AFL Player Ratings, brought to you by Gatorade, is Joel Selwood, who is in fourth place overall. The top Tiger is Brett Deledio who is 32nd.