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For Collingwood, Paul Seedsman (hip) and Jackson Ramsay (leg) must pass fitness tests in order to take their place with Jordan De Goey, Tim Broomhead and Alex Fasolo in the mix. The Cats have James Kelly (testicle) and Mitch Clark (foot) need to prove their fitness with Jake Kolodjashnif, Dean Gore, Andrew Mackie, Nakia Cockatoo and Rhys Stanely in the mix.
On the back of a relatively easy draw, the Magpies are second on the ladder. Having beaten Carlton, Essendon, St Kilda and Brisbane. The rank fourth in points per game, third in tackles and second with inside 50s. The Cats are 2-3 with wins over Gold Coast and Richmond and losses to finals bound Hawthorn, Fremantle and North Melbourne to be 14th on the ladder. They’re 18th in kicks and clearances per game .
These two sides have met 225 times with Collingwood leading 129-96-1 overall. Collingwood have won three of their last four matches against the Cats by an average of 16 points, covering the line on all three of those wins. Collingwood is 31-17 at the MCG under Nathan Buckley but only 20-28 against the line in those games. Geelong is 5-4 (3-6) at the MCG since the start of 2014. The Cats have beaten the Pies only once since the 2011 Grand Final – with an 11 point win in round 3 last season. Scott Pendlebury averages 31 disposals and over a goal per game in his last seven matches against the Cats since 2009. Five of their past six match-ups have seen over 179-points. Collingwood is 11-4 (10-5 against the line) in Friday night games since the start of 2013. The Cats are 17-8 (11-14 against the line) on Friday night’s under Scott.
Happy to take a set against Collingwood in this one with Geelong looking tempting at the value. In what used to be a match-up of battled-hardened warriors, this one will come down to which set of kids are willing to work harder. The Cats will rely on Tom Hawkins up forward but they will be after scoreboard impact from Steve Johnson, Mitch Duncan and Corey Gregson to diversify their attack. At the odds, Geelong look a nice bet.