The Gold Coast SUNS have named an unchanged side to take on the Collingwood Magpies this Saturday afternoon at Heritage Bank Stadium.

In front of what is expected to be a bumper crowd on the Gold Coast, Stuart Dew has stuck with the side that beat the Hawks on Sunday afternoon.

Mac Andrew arguably played his best game in SUNS colours and will be looking to back up his strong defensive performance against one of the competitions most attacking forward lines.

PNG superstar Hewago ‘Ace’ Oea retains his spot and will line up again in front of his family who arrived just in time to see him play against Hawthorn last weekend.

Much of the talk this week has been about the pies midfield group, but they are set to come up against a SUNS midfield boasting the likes of Matthew Rowell, Noah Anderson, Sam Flanders, David Swallow and Brayden Fiorini who is coming off a career best game for the club, in what is bound to be a enthralling battle.

Rory Atkins, Chris Burgess, Jy Farrar and Sean Lemmens have all been named as emergencies, with one of them to be named as the substitute one hour prior to the bounce.

The match at Heritage Bank Stadium gets underway at 4:35pm on Saturday afternoon with main gates open at 2:30pm.

With a near capacity crowd expected to attend the Round 16 fixture at Heritage Bank Stadium, members and ticket holders are encouraged to arrive to the stadium early to avoid any delays or disappointment. There won’t be any tickets available for sale at the gates on gameday.

Your favourite Justice League super heroes, Batman, Supergirl and The Flash, will be meeting and greeting fans on match day. Catch them at the kids zone behind the scoreboard or roaming around the stadium.

If you can’t get to the game, the match will also be broadcast on Fox Footy, Kayo and the Seven Network (check your local guide).

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