MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 07: Patrick Dangerfield of the Cats and Trent Cotchin of the Tigers compete for the ball during the 2019 AFL round 12 match between the Richmond Tigers and the Geelong Cats at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on June 07, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos)

SEN Breakfast hosts Garry Lyon and Tim Watson have predicted which two teams will meet on the final day of the season, the illustrious Grand Final.

With five weeks left in the home and away season, there are several teams building a case for premiership glory.

Last year, fans received one of the greatest contests of the modern era, with West Coast and Collingwood going head to head in a match that was decided by just five points.

Garry Lyon predicted this year’s version to be played by two Victorian heavyweights.

“I went with Collingwood early in the year, so I’m just assuming they’ll get things right over the next four or five weeks,” he said.

“Everyone has the peak and the trough, they’re in the trough but maybe they’ll peak at the right time.

“Collingwood, Richmond would be pretty big.”

Essendon great Tim Watson is leaning towards another All-Vic Grand Final, predicting the current ladder-leaders to last.

“I can’t remember who I had at the start of the year, but right now I’m thinking Geelong come back.” Watson said.

Their best football is still the best football I’ve seen this year. I think Geelong will play off in the Grand Final and I think they’re going to play off against Richmond.”