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An entire round of midweek footy? Yes, please!

Seven games take place from Monday to Friday in a very different-looking Round 10. Get the lowdown on everything that you need to know about every club in your AFL Cheat Sheet!

Adelaide Crows

This week, the Crows play the Melbourne Demons at the Adelaide Oval on Wednesday at 8.10pm AEST

  • Adelaide sits bottom on the AFL ladder, with a 0-9 win-loss record in 2020
  • The Crows have lost 12 matches in a row, a club record
  • Adelaide won the only meeting against the Demons in 2019 by two points

Brisbane Lions

This week, the Lions play the Richmond Tigers at Metricon Stadium on Tuesday at 7.10pm AEST

  • Brisbane has won seven of a possible eight matches since the competition’s re-start
  • The Lions have not beaten Richmond since 2009
  • Lachie Neale averages a staggering 36.6 disposals in his last five games against Richmond

Carlton Blues

This week, the Blues are one of four teams to have a bye

  • Carlton kicked the first five goals to lead by 31 points against Hawthorn in Round 9
  • The Blues then conceded nine of the next 10 goals and ultimately lost by 31 points
  • Carlton have a 4-5 win-loss record and face WA clubs West Coast and Fremantle in Round 11 and 12

Collingwood Magpies

This week, the Magpies play the Sydney Swans at the Gabba on Thursday at 5.40pm AEST

  • Collingwood has lost two matches in a row and four of its last six
  • The last three meetings between the Magpies and Swans have been decided by seven points or less
  • Adam Treloar has had at least 25 disposals in all 10 of his matches against Sydney

Essendon Bombers

This week, the Bombers play the Greater Western Sydney Giants at Metricon Stadium on Friday at 7.50pm AEST

  • Essendon kicked just three goals in a 63-point loss to Brisbane in Round 9
  • The Bombers have won two of their last three against the Giants, though
  • Eight of Essendon’s last nine clashes against GWS have fallen in the 1-39 bracket

Fremantle Dockers

This week, the Dockers are one of four clubs to have the bye

  • The Dockers entered the bye on a high, upsetting Collingwood by 12 points in Round 9
  • The win was Fremantle’s first in Western Australia since August 2019
  • Fremantle still has an extensive injury list, with Michael Walters, Jesse Hogan, Stephen Hill, Joel Hamling and Darcy Tucker all sidelined

Geelong Cats

This week, the Cats play the North Melbourne Kangaroos at the Gabba on Wednesday at 5.40pm AEST

  • The Cats pushed West Coast all the way in Round 9, losing by just nine points in Perth
  • Geelong has won its last five meetings against the Kangaroos, four of them by 24 points or more
  • Patrick Dangerfield averages 33.8 disposals and 1.4 goals per game against North Melbourne as a Geelong player

Gold Coast Suns

This week, the Suns play the St Kilda Saints at Metricon Stadium on Thursday at 8.10pm AEST

  • Gold Coast won three of its first four matches but has won just one of its next five
  • The Suns have not beaten St Kilda since 2016
  • Gold Coast has won three of its last five against the Saints at Metricon Stadium, though

Greater Western Sydney Giants

This week, the Giants play the Essendon Bombers at Metricon Stadium on Friday at 7.50pm AEST

  • The Giants have won four of their past six matches
  • Toby Greene and Matt de Boer (both hamstring) are in major doubt
  • Key forward Jeremy Cameron averages three goals per game against Essendon

Hawthorn Hawks

This week, the Hawks are one of four clubs to have the bye

  • The Hawks snapped a four-match losing streak with a terrific comeback win against Carlton
  • Tom Mitchell showed signs he might be getting back to his best form, winning 28 disposals and having eight tackles against the Blues
  • Alastair Clarkson’s side have a 4-5 win-loss record and, like Carlton, face both WA clubs in Round 11 and 12

Melbourne Demons

This week, the Demons play the Adelaide Crows at the Adelaide Oval on Wednesday at 8.10pm AEST

  • Melbourne coach Simon Goodwin slammed his side’s ‘unacceptable’ performance after they were thrashed by Port Adelaide by 51 points in Round 9
  • The Demons have won their past two matches against the Crows at the Adelaide Oval
  • Clayton Oliver is free to play despite being placed on report for striking against the Power, and the midfielder averages 30.6 disposals against Adelaide

North Melbourne Kangaroos

This week, the Kangaroos play the Geelong Cats at the Gabba on Wednesday at 5.40pm AEST

  • The Kangaroos snapped a six-game losing streak with a 69-point trouncing of Adelaide in Round 9
  • North Melbourne’s 19.5 (119) against the Crows is the highest score so far in 2020
  • The Kangaroos have not beaten Geelong since 2015

Port Adelaide Power

This week, the Power play the Western Bulldogs at the Adelaide Oval on Monday at 7.10pm AEST

  • Port Adelaide thumped Melbourne in Round 9 to remain on top of the AFL ladder
  • The Power have won three of their past four against the Bulldogs
  • Charlie Dixon has kicked at least two goals in seven of his last eight matches against the Bulldogs

Richmond Tigers

This week, the Tigers play the Brisbane Lions at Metricon Stadium on Tuesday at 7.10pm AEST

  • Richmond has won its past 14 matches against Brisbane
  • Dustin Martin has kicked 14 goals in his last three matches against the Lions, including two bags of six
  • One of those six-goal hauls came in last year’s qualifying final, which the Tigers won by 47 points at the Gabba

St Kilda Saints

This week, the Saints play the Gold Coast Suns at Metricon Stadium on Thursday at 8.10pm AEST

  • The Saints sit third on the ladder and have won five of their past six matches
  • St Kilda has won its last three matches against the Gold Coast, all by four points or less
  • Key forward Tim Membrey has kicked at least two goals in his last five matches against the Suns

Sydney Swans

This week, the Swans play the Collingwood Magpies at the Gabba on Thursday at 5.40pm AEST

  • The Swans were thumped by 53 points against St Kilda in Round 9
  • Jake Lloyd averages 32.75 disposals in his last four matches against Collingwood
  • This is the first clash between the Swans and Collingwood not played in New South Wales since 2013

West Coast Eagles

This week, the Eagles are one of four clubs to have the bye

  • West Coast are back in the top four on the back of five successive victories
  • Josh Kennedy is in great form and has kicked 15 goals in his past three matches
  • The Eagles have further home matches against Carlton and Hawthorn in Round 11 and 12

Western Bulldogs

This week, the Bulldogs play the Port Adelaide Power at the Adelaide Oval on Monday at 7.10pm AEST

  • The Bulldogs were disappointing in a 41-point loss to Richmond in Round 9
  • Luke Beveridge’s side has won two of their past three against the Power at the Adelaide Oval
  • Jack Macrae’s haul of 37 disposals against the Tigers was his highest since last year