The second AFL preliminary final will be played on Saturday afternoon as the Collingwood Magpies fresh from a week off, do battle with the red-hot GWS Giants. The match is scheduled to get underway at 4:35pm (AEST).
Played as a twilight match to allow the Giants to travel back to Sydney on Saturday evening regardless of the result, the second spot in the grand final will be on the line at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Saturday, September 21.
The match is likely to conclude shortly before 7:20pm (AEST), with halftime to at around 5:40pm (AEST).
The Giants made their way into this preliminary final by overcoming the Lions in Brisbane last week, following their win in the elimination Week 1 final over the Western Bulldogs. It means they have now won two knockout games in a row.
The Magpies, on the other hand, upset the Geelong Cats in the opening week of the finals to book direct passage out of their qualifying and have a week off in the meantime.
Date: Saturday, September 21
First bounce: 4:35pm (AEST)
Expected finish time: 7:20pm (AEST)
Venue: Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
TV: Live, Fox Footy 504, Channel 7
Online: Live, Kayo Sports, Foxtel App, Foxtel Now, AFL Digital Pass
Betting: Magpies $1.32, Giants $3.30
Overall record: Played 9, Magpies 6, Giants 3
Umpires: Matt Stevic, Andrew Stephens, Simon Meredith
FB John Noble, Jordan Roughead, Jeremy Howe
HB Jack Crisp, Darcy Moore, Brayden Maynard
C Tom Phillips, Scott Pendlebury, Steele Sidebottom
HF Josh Thomas, Brody Mihocek, Will Hoskin-Elliott
FF Jamie Elliott, Ben Reid, Jaidyn Stephenson
FOL Brodie Grundy, Adam Treloar, Taylor Adams
I/C James Aish, Callum L. Brown, Chris Mayne, Rupert Wills
EMG Josh Daicos, Jack Madgen, Matthew Scharenberg, Travis Varcoe
FB Phil Davis, Heath Shaw, Sam Taylor
HB Aidan Corr, Nick Haynes, Adam Kennedy
C Tim Taranto, Josh Kelly, Jeremy Finlayson
HF TBC, Harry Himmelberg, Harry Perryman
FF Adam Tomlinson, Jeremy Cameron, Matt de Boer
FOL Shane Mumford, Daniel Lloyd, Jacob Hopper
I/C Zac Williams, Brent Daniels, Sam J. Reid, Ian Hill
EMG Isaac Cumming, Zac Langdon, Matt Buntine, Lachlan Keeffe
There will be two ways to watch this match on TV, with both Fox Sports and Channel 7 covering the contest.
If you want to live stream the match, you can use any of Kayo Sports, Foxtel Now, the Foxtel App, AFL Digital Pass of 7Plus.
Here at The Roar, we will cover the match with a live blog, scores and highlights from 4:20pm (AEST).