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Collingwood Magpies vs Geelong Cats: AFL live scores, blog

13th May, 2018

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Collingwood vs. Geelong Cats

AFL Home and Away May 13, 2018
Collingwood 45, Geelong Cats 66
Collingwood Geelong Cats
 G B Pts G B Pts
Q1139   2416
Q21612   4731
Q341135   71052
Q451545   91266
Date: Sunday, 13th of May
Time: 3:20pm (AEST)
Venue: MCG
TV: Channel 7, Fox Footy
Radio: Triple M, 3AW, ABC, ABC Grandstand

Last five
R22, 2017: Geelong 10.10 (70) d Collingwood 9.5 (59) at the MCG
R6, 2017: Collingwood 15.17 (107) d Geelong 11.12 (78) at the MCG
R9, 2016: Collingwood 16.8 (104) d Geelong 11.14 (80) at the MCG
R22, 2015: Collingwood 17.8 (110) d Geelong 9.8 (62) at the MCG
R6, 2015: Geelong 15.10 (100) d Collingwood 8.11 (59) at the MCG

Collingwood Magpies
B Flynn Appleby, Lynden Dunn, Jack Crisp
HB Travis Varcoe, Matthew Scharenberg, Jeremy Howe
C Steele Sidebottom, Scott Pendlebury, Tom Phillips
HF Jordan De Goey, Darcy Moore, Will Hoskin-Elliott
F Josh Thomas, Mason Cox, Jaidyn Stephenson
FOL Brodie Grundy, Taylor Adams, Adam Treloar
I/C Callum Brown, Chris Mayne, Sam Murray, Daniel Wells

Geelong Cats
B Jed Bews, Harry Taylor, Jack Henry
HB Zach Tuohy, Jake Kolodjashnij, Tom Stewart
C Scott Selwood, Joel Selwood, Mark Blicavs
HF Mitch Duncan, Stewart Crameri, Tim Kelly
F Jordan Murdoch, Esava Ratugolea, Cory Gregson
FOL Zac Smith, Patrick Dangerfield, Gary Ablett
I/C Sam Menegola, Jordan Cunico, James Parsons, Jackson Thurlow
Can the Magpies take home the trophy?(Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media/Getty Images)
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13th May, 2018

Match result:

Geelong have made it a Mother’s Day to remember on Sunday, after defeating a wasteful Collingwood by 20 points at the MCG.

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Final score
Collingwood Magpies 5.15.45
Geelong Cats 9.12.66

Match preview:

It’s the 2011 Grand Final revisited, as the Collingwood Magpies play host to the Geelong Cats in a blockbuster Sunday afternoon matchup at the MCG. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage from 3:20pm (AEST).

Both clubs come into this Sunday’s match off the back of wins the week before, though they came through different circumstances.

Geelong played host to the GWS Giants on Friday night, and by the end of the game, they had left as 61-point victors over the early season premiership favourites.

Collingwood, however, had a much tougher task, taking on the winless Brisbane Lions. While the Pies held a lead for a majority of the game, the Lions kept on coming, getting as close as one point in the dying minutes of the last term, but a Jaidyn Stephenson goal in the final minute put the game to bed, and rescued Collingwood from a massive upset.


As both sides sitting on four wins apiece, with 1st and 11th on the ladder separated only by two wins, a win here means that the victors would burrow their way deeper into the top eight.

The big news for the Cats is superstar Gary Ablett has been welcomed back into the line-up, along with Harry Taylor, Zac Smith, George Horlin-Smith and James Parsons.

Tom Hawkins will sit out this week, after being suspended for making contact with an umpire, while Scott Selwood is out with a back complaint. Rhys Stanley (Omitted), Lachie Fogarty (Managed) and Zach Guthrie (Omitted) are also out.

Collingwood have only made two changes, with Ben Crocker (Omitted) and Jarryd Blair (Omitted) making way for Callum Brown and Daniel Wells.

Players to watch

Geelong: Tim Kelly
Tim Kelly has been a revelation for Geelong since he moved from WA, and has looked as though he has played 10 years of AFL footy, instead of one. He is an integral part of the Geelong side, and if he has a good game, it goes a long way to setting up a Geelong win.

Collingwood: Jordan De Goey
Since De Goey’s return to the side, he has starred for the Pies. He was strong in the Anzac Day clash, and a five-goal performance last week saw De Goey lead the Pies home. He does so again, and Collingwood take home the win.

It is going to be a tight contest, with both teams so close on the ladder, but the old saying goes, you’re only as good as your last game, and while Geelong wiped the floor with last year’s preliminary finalists, Collingwood just got over the line against last year’s wooden spooners. Geelong to get up in a tight contest.


Geelong by 16 points.

Will Geelong welcome back the Little Master in style with two wins on the trot? Or will Collingwood break back into the top eight with an emphatic victory? Join The Roar for live scores and coverage from 3:20pm (AEST).