Game Chat – Hawthorn vs Essendon

Written by Thommo on August 4 2018

WHERE AND WHEN: MCG Saturday, August 4, 1.45pm AEST

SUMMARY

With great rivals meeting and plenty at stake, the MCG on Saturday afternoon is the place to be. That’s particularly so for the Hawks, who have won five from seven there this year, although perhaps not for the Bombers, who have won just one from six visits. Still, with eight wins from their last 10 matches, the Bombers are one of the most in-form teams in the competition and their run and spread will cause headaches for Hawthorn. A key for the Hawks will be to win the clearances and control possession because once pacy Dons such as Conor McKenna and Adam Saad get hold of the ball they can move it the length of the field, as they did against the tiring Swans last week and get the scoreboard ticking over. The Hawks are the fourth highest scoring team in the AFL this year and the Dons will likely need to kick more than 100 points to beat them.

LAST FIVE MEETINGS

R7, 2018, Hawthorn 13.12 (90) d Essendon 10.7 (67) at the MCG
R1, 2017, Essendon 17.14 (116) d Hawthorn 12.19 (91) at the MCG
R12, 2016, Hawthorn 23.13 (151) d Essendon 6.7 (43) at Etihad Stadium
R13, 2015, Hawthorn 16.18 (114) d Essendon 11.10 (76) at the MCG
R2, 2015, Essendon 12.6 (78) d Hawthorn 11.10 (76) at the MCG

Thommo’s Tip: Essendon by 12 points

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17 thoughts on “Game Chat – Hawthorn vs Essendon”

    1. FINAL INTERCHANGES
      Hawthorn: Jarman Impey, Brendan Whitecross, Harry Morrison, Teia Miles
      Essendon: Kyle Langford, Devon Smith, Aaron Francis, Travis Colyer

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  1. 1/4 Time
    Hawthorn Hawks: 3.1.19
    Tom Mitchell 44
    Jaeger O’Meara 47
    Jack Gunston 37
    Ricky Henderson 21
    James Frawley 23
    Isaac Smith 27
    James Worpel 26
    Jonathon Ceglar 14
    Teia Miles 25
    Shaun Burgoyne 11
    Luke Breust 10
    B. Whitecross 5
    Liam Shiels 6
    Paul Puopolo 7
    Ben Stratton 13
    Blake Hardwick 13
    Harry Morrison 16
    Jarryd Roughead 16
    Kaiden Brand 20
    Ryan Burton 10
    Jarman Impey 3
    Ryan Schoenmakers 7

    Essendon Bombers: 3.3.21
    Zach Merrett 33
    Orazio Fantasia 36
    Mitch W. Brown 26
    Dyson Heppell 19
    Darcy Parish 33
    Devon Smith 39
    Conor McKenna 24
    A. M-Tipungwuti* 24
    Kyle Langford 17
    David Myers 22
    Cale Hooker 14
    Michael Hurley 20
    David Zaharakis 18
    Tom Bellchambers 20
    Brendon Goddard 29
    Travis Colyer 16
    Ben McNiece 20
    Jake Stringer 14
    Andrew McGrath 13
    Mark Baguley 11
    Adam Saad 13
    Aaron Francis 3

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  2. V/C on Danger. All my opponents have Titch.

    SHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit

    Captain..

    T/U Gawn

    T/D Oliver

    Comment. Take Dangers 132

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