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Last week: 6

Season Total: 60

Friday June 12

Port Adelaide V Geelong

Adelaide Oval, 7.20pm

Hugely important game for both sides, with a win vital for their hopes of a finals birth. Port Adelaide smashed Geelong to the tune of 40 points in the corresponding fixture last year. Both coming off equally important wins last week to instil the belief they can get the job done tonight. The Cats have Stanley back, but Clark will miss another week. Tough call, but we’re tipping the Power, only because they’re playing at home.

Port Adelaide by 14

Saturday June 13

Gold Coast V Fremantle

Metricon Stadium, 1.40pm

Fremantle will be keen pass last week off just a very minor speed hump on the road to success this year. And Gold Coast will be more than accommodating. The Dockers will comfortably account for the Suns in another big loss for Rodney Eade’s men.

Fremantle by 60

West Coast Eagles V Essendon

Domain Stadium, 4.35pm

Essendon was absolutely deplorable last week against Geelong. Unfortunately the drugs saga continues to drag on and will most likely mean that the distracted players will continue to churn out performances similar to last week. However, they will be slightly improved, with Coach James Hird no doubt getting stuck into the players with the disastrous performance. The Eagles will be far too good regardless of what Bombers outfit decides to show up. They will also be ropable they let a chance to get within one game of Fremantle slip, and will come out hard.

West Coast by 24

North Melbourne V Sydney Swans

Etihad Stadium, 7.20pm

North Melbourne was hugely improved last week and was rewarded with a great win over the Eagles. Sydney had an early bye last week against Gold Coast, so they will be nice and refreshed. Scott Thompson will play on either Buddy Franklin or Kurt Tippett, with either promising to be an intriguing battle. The Roos will be keen to avenge last year’s humiliating 71 point loss in the Preliminary Final, but Sydney has won eight of the past 10 against North Melbourne and will be too strong once again.

Sydney by 21

Sunday June 13

Collingwood V GWS

MCG, 1.10pm

Collingwood has never lost to the Giants, but that is about to change this Sunday. The Pies have had an impressive few weeks, coming from behind to beat the Roos, then overcoming a gallant Melbourne last round. However, the Giants are young and exciting and we think they just might be able to cause an upset and take another huge scalp in a year that looks to be the making of the club. GWS forwards Jeremy Cameron and Cam Mccarthy have combined for 56 goals so far this season, while Travis Cloke and Jesse White have scored 41 between them.

GWS by 10

St. Kilda V Melbourne

Etihad Stadium, 4.40pm

This will be an exciting battle between two sides with young lists keen to prove themselves. St. Kilda has won a club record 10 matches in a row against Melbourne, dating back to 2007. The Demons’ average score in this time is 64 points. Melbourne also has a poor record at Etihad Stadium, losing the last 20 games at the venue, including six games by over 50 points. The Saints have been impressive at times this year and should get over the line again.

St. Kilda by 19

Byes: Adelaide, Brisbane, Carlton, Hawthorn, Richmond, Western Bulldogs.