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Sorry,  getting in early here.

Some tasty and meaningful matches for neutral Melbourne supporter this weekend.

Im actually quite worried about the Cats, as we obviously played them without Cameron, so my preference is for a Port win.

I’d also rather West Coast to miraculously win against Richmond whilst being injury depleted. 
 

Im not sure which permeate room suits us better in throes matches? 

 

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Depends how optimistic you are re the rest of the MFC season

If you're into insurance mode you want the interstate teams to lose thus minimising the chance of a first final interstate.

A counter thought to this theory is which team is more likely to overtake us.

Very difficult as all three of Geelong, Brisbane and Port are on 32 points at present.

Port..simply because the Geelong inclusions may not be match fit and Eagles for the fun of it.

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Out of port and Girlong who really cares.  Hopefully though I hope Girlong miss out on a top 4 position.

 

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Port are an interesting team. They are missing the speed and youth of Butters and Dursma. Their team looks slow in the midfield without them.  I expect their form to turn around and Dixon to kick a few bags soon. I expect Port to be our biggest threat by the end of the year

The Cats I still don't rate, but they keep proving me wrong. hopefully the next 3 weeks the Cats get found out

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43 minutes ago, DubDee said:

Port are an interesting team. They are missing the speed and youth of Butters and Dursma. Their team looks slow in the midfield without them.  I expect their form to turn around and Dixon to kick a few bags soon. I expect Port to be our biggest threat by the end of the year

The Cats I still don't rate, but they keep proving me wrong. hopefully the next 3 weeks the Cats get found out

Depends upon who or where you would rather play (only if we have to play an away qualifying match if we lost form dramatically Which won't happen)

Adelaide Oval (Port)

Marvel (Dogs) possible MCG 

GMBH (Cats) probable MCG 

Gabba (Lions

MCG (Tigers)

Personally I would not be phased with any but Cats at GMBH straight after around 23 might be a double up opportunity to good to miss out on!!

 

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2 hours ago, Engorged Onion said:

Sorry,  getting in early here.

Some tasty and meaningful matches for neutral Melbourne supporter this weekend.

Im actually quite worried about the Cats, as we obviously played them without Cameron, so my preference is for a Port win.

I’d also rather West Coast to miraculously win against Richmond whilst being injury depleted. 
 

Im not sure which permeate room suits us better in throes matches? 

 

I find this page very handy for such musings.... 

https://predictor.squiggle.com.au/

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17 minutes ago, JTR said:

I find this page very handy for such musings.... 

https://predictor.squiggle.com.au/

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Ya! Me too @JTR - but some folk on here give it some really good analysis - which isn't my bag to design, but love reading it.

 

Mind you - 3 weeks in a row (and after beating The Bulldogs and Brisbane) THIS still happens!!

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27 minutes ago, Engorged Onion said:

Ya! Me too @JTR - but some folk on here give it some really good analysis - which isn't my bag to design, but love reading it.

 

Mind you - 3 weeks in a row (and after beating The Bulldogs and Brisbane) THIS still happens!!

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Interesting...

On that scenario Geelong would play its first final at Kardinia Park... Geelong v WC

Could also result in no matches at all in Vic in the second round of the finals

Bulldogs to lose only one match going forward (presumably against us) is an interesting prediction. You may also have underestimated Brisbane by a game or two.

Fascinating though and thanks

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57 minutes ago, Engorged Onion said:

Ya! Me too @JTR - but some folk on here give it some really good analysis - which isn't my bag to design, but love reading it.

 

Mind you - 3 weeks in a row (and after beating The Bulldogs and Brisbane) THIS still happens!!

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Jeepers @Engorged Onion you're clearly a fan of what the Dogs are doing if you've got them only losing one match out of Geelong (in Geelong), West Coast (in Perth), Sydney, us (at the MCG) and Port Adelaide!

Having said that, there's not a huge difference between finishing 1st or 2nd, but there is a massive difference between finishing 2nd or 3rd when two of the next three best sides are Brisbane and Port.

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24 minutes ago, Diamond_Jim said:

Interesting...

On that scenario Geelong would play its first final at Kardinia Park... Geelong v WC

Could also result in no matches at all in Vic in the second round of the finals

Bulldogs to lose only one match going forward (presumably against us) is an interesting prediction. You may also have underestimated Brisbane by a game or two.

Fascinating though and thanks

Melb Fc unlocked the  Dogs in their most emphatic performance for the year and I think other quality teams will/could do the same. Dogs being on top is a bit Over The Top.

On this theory I have the dogs only winning 5 more games. Port Bombers Dees Eagles and Geelong will all be tricky for them.

If that beat that then well done to Beveridge to re-set strategy a bit.

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watch the Geelong tactics against the Port kick out. Have not noticed this one before

Geelong using two players on the mark to prevent the Port kicker from playing on.

Excellent tactic against teams that like to kick deep such as ourselves

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Tell ya what, both teams defensive efforts are pretty dismal. Fun to watch a shootout tho. 
Rozee is not a bad player! 
 

Let’s go Port. My hatred for Geelong cannot be explained in words. 

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Just turned it on - watching 7, listening SEN - how good is it goal kicker not being pulled off the ground …. except he has been after his 4th. 
Suck it up, Cats

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I think this is the first Port game I have seen this year.

Is Rozee someone new? Any prior form?

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6 meter kick to Hawkins - mark.  
Deserved nothing more that a poster. 

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50 Hawkins you petulant prjck.  

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21 minutes ago, Jaded said:

How many decades can I watch the same Geelong players? Just retire already. So sick of this team. 

Lovin your work tonight Jaded. Feels like Selwood and Hawkins have been playing since the early 90’s!

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Selwood getting done for holding the ball is maybe my favorite moment in football each week. Except for when Danger flops and doesn’t get a free. 
 

Port look good. Geelong look old. Can’t run with Port. I’m excited for when they all retire and become Hawthorn 2.0. 

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