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Where: Spotless Stadium, Blacktown
When: Saturday July 19, 10.40am (BST)
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Geelong will be expecting a fourth win in a row as they travel to Spotless Stadium to take on a young GWS outfit.
The Cats took apart the Demons last week, with Paul Roos’ normally tight defence unable to stem the flow of goals as Chris Scott’s side went on to win by 66 points.
Greater Western Sydney have improved considerably in 2014, but after being on the wrong end of a drubbing in Perth last week, it looks like they won’t have anywhere near enough to challenge Geelong.
The Giants’ task will be made all the more harder with the loss of midfielder Stephen Coniglio for the season to a thumb injury, whilst Lachie Whitfield is also out of the year.
I’m expecting the Giants to put up a bigger fight than most would be expecting, but Geelong should run away with it in the second half.
1. Last time the teams met, GWS was within eight points at half-time and two goals at the final change before being overrun.
2. The Cats have won just one match from five interstate trips in 2014, their victory over the Brisbane Lions back in round two. It’s their worst record outside Victoria since also finishing 1-4 back in 2005.
3. Both teams are elite tackling outfits. Geelong is ranked first overall with 75.5 tackles per game, while GWS is fifth at 71.5.
4. The Giants remain strong at centre clearances, ranked equal-second with 13.6 per game. The Cats are down in equal-16th with 11.1.
5. Inside 50s have regularly been an issue for GWS and that is again the case this year, sitting 15th with just 48 per game. Geelong is ranked fifth with 52.1.
6. Geelong skipper Joel Selwood is having another mighty year and leads Geelong in the Official AFL Player Ratings at No.3 overall, behind only Gary Ablett and Scott Pendlebury. (AFL.com.au)