Port Adelaide v Geelong (AAMI): Will Port find their form again at home against the Cats. Have the Cats started to waver, or was last week just a speed bump.
GWS v West Coast (Skoda): Another non-event that only has SC interest.
St Kilda v Western Bulldogs (Etihad): The battle of the battlers. Both teams are at the cross-roads a pretty much looking at next season, but a win this week might just spark something (or not).
We are off and running!
Scores up when you have something you want to report.
It’s a big Friday night footy match this week with the 2010 premiers vs the 2012 premiers. Who’s going to stand tall this week, can Collingwood play a first half as hard and fast as they did last week when they played my boys or will they go back into their shell against the never-say-die Swanies.
Who are you watching tonight? I’m watching Pendles, Dwyer, Shaw and Mcaffer. Sadly, no Swanies.
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The hours before the first game are often the longest … waiting to log on to the Match Centre and see exactly what we’re up against.
How do you reckon you’ll go this week? What big trades have you made? Who got the BIG A from your line-up permanently and who’s been relegated to the pine for at least this week?
By now, everyone should know that with SuperCoach this year we have rolling lockouts. And with rolling lockouts comes the ability to take advantage of the captaincy loophole which effectively gives you two bites of the captaincy cherry (NB not available in SC Draft).
But are people aware of the Emergency Loophole (trademark pending)? This is where, given the right circumstances, you can take advantage of a great score from one of your emergencies.
Two weeks ago, I had Nick Vlastuin E’d up on my bench. On the Saturday arvo, he want bananas against Port for 105, I then moved Gibbs (who hadn’t played so could be moved and wasn’t playing so would score an egg) onto my field for Luke Brown (who also hadn’t yet played so could be moved). I then got Vlas’s ton.