Where and when: MCG, Sunday August 4, 1.10pm AEST
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What it means for Collingwood: An absolute must-win game for an injury-plagued, out-of-form team that still hopes to have an impact in the finals. Lose here and they might well be free in September.
What it means for Gold Coast: After coming within a whisker of upsetting Essendon at home, a win over Collingwood at the home of football would be a great way for the SUNS to break a 14-game drought.
The stat: After a torrid run with injuries, Collingwood could have just 27 players available for selection on the weekend depending on how players recover from the Round 19 loss to Richmond. It opens the door for Gold Coast to construct an upset win at the MCG.
The match-up: Brodie Grundy v Jarrod Witts
Grundy (the second-ranked ruckman at No. 3 overall in the Official AFL Player Ratings) has had another huge season, but was below his best in the loss to Richmond and is expected to face stiff resistance from in-form Suns co-captain Witts (the ninth-ranked ruckman at No. 70), who left Collingwood at the end of 2016 for more opportunity.
It’s a big week for: Ben King
After a NAB AFL Rising Star and JLT Mark of the Year in the same week, King is on a high. The 19 year-old tall forward will be looking to back up his breakout four-goal game against Essendon with another impressive performance against the Pies.
Big call: The SUNS will lead in the fourth quarter, setting up another thrilling finish to one of their games.