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The footy frenzy continues in Round 11, with ladder leaders Port Adelaide hosting reigning premiers Richmond in a Saturday blockbuster.

There are three double-headers spread across five days, too, with St Kilda’s credentials set to face a test against Geelong.

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 Collingwood Magpies at the Adelaide Oval on Tuesday at 6.35pm AEST

  • Adelaide remains winless in 2020, with a 0-10 record and a percentage of just 55.1
  • More than 12 months have passed since the Crows’ last win
  • Adelaide has not beaten Collingwood since 2016

Brisbane Lions

This week, the Lions play the Western Bulldogs at the Gabba on Saturday at 7.40pm AEST

  • The Lions were thrashed by 41 points by Richmond in Round 10, just the club’s second loss since the competition restart
  • Brisbane kicked 4.17 (41) in the big loss
  • Dan McStay’s suspension is over, while Grant Birchall (managed) and Daniel Rich (hamstring) will also return

Carlton Blues

This week, the Blues play the West Coast Eagles at Optus Stadium on Sunday at 3.35pm AEST

  • Carlton kicked the first five goals but lost by 31 points to Hawthorn in Round 9
  • Fresh off a bye, the Blues are hopeful of welcoming back key forward Mitch McGovern (hamstring)
  • This is the first meeting between the two sides at Perth Stadium

Collingwood Magpies

This week, the Magpies play the Adelaide Crows at the Adelaide Oval on Tuesday at 6.35pm AEST

  • Collingwood scrapped its way to a nine-point win over struggling Sydney in Round 10, ending a run of two straight losses
  • The Magpies have not kicked more than nine goals in a game since Round 3
  • Adam Treloar (hamstring), Will Hoskin-Elliott (knee) and Isaac Quaynor (leg) will all miss this clash after getting injured against the Swans

Essendon Bombers

This week, the Bombers play the Gold Coast Suns at Metricon Stadium on Wednesday at 7.10pm AEST

  • The Bombers threw away a 22-point half-time lead in a four-point loss to GWS in Round 10
  • Essendon has won its last four matches against the Suns
  • Captain Dyson Heppell (ankle) remains sidelined, as do stars Jake Stringer (ankle), Orazio Fantasia (calf) and Joe Daniher (groin)

Fremantle Dockers

This week, the Dockers play the Hawthorn Hawks at Optus Stadium on Monday at 8.40pm AEST

  • The Dockers beat Collingwood by two goals in Round 9 before enjoying a bye
  • Fremantle has beaten Hawthorn just once since 2010
  • Michael Walters (hamstring) will miss this clash, but James Aish (concussion), Stephen Hill (adductor) and Jesse Hogan (calf) could all return

Geelong Cats

This week, the Cats play the St Kilda Saints at the Gabba on Monday at 6.10pm AEST

  • The Cats led at every change to beat North Melbourne by 33 points in Round 10
  • Geelong has won eight of its last 10 matches against the Saints
  • Tom Hawkins has kicked two goals or more in seven of his 10 matches this season

Gold Coast Suns

This week, the Suns play the Essendon Bombers at Metricon Stadium on Wednesday at 7.10pm AEST

  • Gold Coast fell four points short against St Kilda in Round 10
  • The Suns have not beaten Essendon since 2016
  • Young Suns forward Ben King has kicked at least one goal in 11 of his last 12 matches

Greater Western Sydney Giants

This week, the Giants are one of two clubs to have the bye

  • GWS kicked six of the last seven goals in a stirring come-from-behind win against Essendon in Round 10
  • Big man Phil Davis struggled through the victory with a knee injury
  • The Giants will return from the bye against NSW rivals Sydney in Round 12

Hawthorn Hawks

This week, the Hawks play the Fremantle Dockers at Optus Stadium on Monday at 8.40pm AEST

  • Hawthorn, fresh off a bye, has won its past six matches against Fremantle and 12 of the last 13
  • Shaun Burgoyne (tight hamstring) could be sidelined
  • The Hawks have a 3-0 record at Optus Stadium, with all wins being by 31 points or more

Melbourne Demons

This week, the Demons play the North Melbourne Kangaroos at the Adelaide Oval on Sunday at 6.10pm AEST

  • Melbourne kicked seven goals to one in the last quarter to beat Adelaide by 51 points in Round 10 and ease the pressure on coach Simon Goodwin
  • Ruck star Max Gawn is expected to play, even though he is managing a shoulder issue, but Alex Neal-Bullen is suspended for four matches after a dangerous sling tackle
  • The Demons have beaten the Kangaroos just once since 2007

North Melbourne Kangaroos

This week, the Kangaroos play the Melbourne Demons at the Adelaide Oval on Sunday at 6.10pm AEST

  • North Melbourne has won 18 of its past 19 against Melbourne
  • Three of the last five meetings have been North wins by five points or less
  • Key forward Ben Brown (knee) will not play for the struggling Kangaroos after he went off injured against Geelong

Port Adelaide Power

This week, the Power play the Richmond Tigers at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday at 4.35pm AEST

  • Port Adelaide remains on top of the AFL ladder with eight wins from 10 matches
  • Seven of Port’s victories this year have been in Queensland
  • Ruckman Scott Lycett (knee) will return, but utility Justin Westhoff has been dropped

Richmond Tigers

This week, the Tigers play the Port Adelaide Power at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday at 4.35pm AEST

  • Richmond has won three of its past four against the Power, including both clashes last year
  • Key forward Tom Lynch kicked nine goals in those two wins against the Power
  • Richmond has won just two of its past eight at the Adelaide Oval and is without skipper Trent Cotchin (managed)

St Kilda Saints

This week, the Saints play the Geelong Cats at the Gabba on Monday at 6.10pm AEST

  • St Kilda has won six of its last seven matches
  • Seb Ross (calf) is in doubt, while Dan Hannebery (hamstring) remains a long-term absentee
  • The Saints have won just one of their last 10 against the Cats, with Geelong’s last seven wins all by 27 points or more

Sydney Swans

This week, the Swans are one of two clubs to have the bye

  • The young Swans were gallant in a narrow loss to Collingwood in Round 10
  • Defender Jake Lloyd has had at least 24 disposals in his last six matches
  • The Swans face GWS and Fremantle in Round 12 and 13

West Coast Eagles

This week, the Eagles play the Carlton Blues at Optus Stadium on Sunday at 3.35pm AEST

  • West Coast has won five matches in a row
  • Ex-Blue Josh Kennedy has kicked 15 goals in his past three matches
  • The Eagles have won their last five matches against Carlton, but the last four have been decided by 24 points or less

Western Bulldogs

This week, the Bulldogs play the Brisbane Lions at the Gabba on Saturday at 7.40pm AEST

  • The Bulldogs kicked 2.6 in the final quarter of a 13-point loss to ladder leaders Port Adelaide in Round 10
  • The Dogs had beaten Brisbane five times in a row before suffering an 18-point loss last year
  • Big man Aaron Naughton (ankle) and Bailey Dale are back in, but Hayden Crozier (toe) is injured