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When: Saturday July 5, 4.45am (BST)
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In what has been a disappointing season for both clubs, Richmond and Brisbane have the opportunity to secure much needed back-to-back wins.
Richmond ran out comfortable 43-point winners the last time they met back in Round 5, and under pressure Tigers coach Damien Hardwick will be looking for a repeat of the performance at the GABBA that night.
Brisbane farewelled club legend Jonathan Brown in style last week, winning an epic encounter against the inconsistent North Melbourne and showed they are a danger to anyone in the competition when on-song.
Jack Redden is a big loss for the Lions, as is Steven Morris for Richmond. Both miss the match through injury and suspension respectively.
It’s a difficult one to predict, but the Lions have every chance of producing an upset here after winning three of its last five matches.
1. The Lions have only beaten the Tigers at the MCG once since 1989.
2. The Lions have struggled at the home of football recently. They’ve lost eight of their past 11 games there since the beginning of 2009.
3. While the Lions have been winning lately, they continue to struggle with inside 50s. They are ranked last in the League with just 41.9 per game. The Tigers are 12th with 48.9.
4. The Lions remain the worst contested marking side in the competition. They’re taking an average of just 6.4 per game. The Tigers are 10th with 9.2.
5. Jack Redden is likely to miss with a foot injury, which will end his streak of 112 consecutive games. It’s the fifth most games without missing from debut.
6. Tom Rockliff has soared in the Official AFL Player Ratings. He started at No. 64 and is now 29th overall.