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  1. It's Game Day and the Demons have a golden opportunity to stamp their 2024 finals credentials as well as make amends for their disastrous first meeting against the Dockers earlier in the season when they take on Fremantle at Optus Stadium.
  2. It’s game day and the Demons face a massive test which may determine whether they have what it takes to play finals this season. The task has been made all the more difficult without their Premiership Captain Max Gawn.
  3. It’s game day and the Demons return to Melbourne to play the Eagles at the MCG for the first time in over a decade. A win keeps the Dees finals hopes alive whereas a loss will almost certainly slam the finals window shut.
  4. It's Game Day and the Dees are deep in the heart of enemy territory as they take on the Lions in Brisbane under the Friday Night Lights at the Gabba. Will the Demon finally be awakened and the season get back on track or will they meekly be sacrificed like lambs to the slaughter?
  5. It's Game Day and it very well could be the last roll of the dice for the Demon's finals aspirations in 2024. A loss to the bottom side would be another embarrassing moment in a cursed year for the Dees whilst a win could be the spark they need to reignite the fire in the belly.
  6. Once again inaccuracy and inefficiency going inside 50 rears it's ugly head as the Demons suffered their second loss on the trot and their fourth loss in five games as they go down to the Pies by 38 points on Kings Birthday at the MCG.
  7. It's Game Day and the Demons are once again faced with a classic 8 point game against a traditional rival on King's Birthday at the MCG. A famous victory will see them reclaim a place in the Top 8 whereas a loss will be another blow for their finals credentials.
  8. It's Game Day and the Demons and the Dockers meet on halfway on neutral territory in the heart of the country in Alice Springs and the Dees need to win to hold onto a place in the Top 4.
  9. It's Game Day and after 2 losses on the trot the Dees must win against the Saints today at the MCG to keep in touch with the Top 4. A loss today will see them drop out of the Top 8 for the first time since 2020.
  10. It's Game Day and the Demons have returned to the site of their drought breaking Premiership to take on the West Coast Eagles in what could very well be a danger game for Narrm at Optus Stadium. A win and a percentage boost will keep the Dees in top four contention whilst a loss will cast doubt on the Dees flag credentials and bring them back to the pack fighting for a spot in the 8 as we fast approach the halfway point of the season.
  11. It's Game Day and the Demons are once again headlining another blockbuster at the MCG to kick off the round of footy. The Dees take on the Blues and have the opportunity to win their third game on the trot to solidify a spot in the Top 4 in addition to handing the Blues their third consecutive defeat to bundle them out of the Top 8.
  12. It's Game Day and the two oldest teams in the competition, the Demons and the Cats, come face to face in a true 8 point game. The Cats are unbeaten after 8 rounds whilst the Dees will be keen to take a scalp and stamp their credentials on the 2024 season. May the 4th Be With You Melbourne.
  13. It's Game Day and the Demons once again open the round of football with their annual clash against Richmond on ANZAC Eve. The Tigers, coached by former Dees champion and Premiership assistant coach Adem Yze have a plethora of stars missing due to injury but beware the wounded Tiger. The Dees will have to be switched on tonight. A win will keep them in the hunt for the Top 4 whilst a loss could see them fall out of the 8 for the first time since 2020.
  14. It's Game Day & Demons have a great opportunity to win their fifth game on the trot and go into the bye with 5 wins and one loss when they take on the Brisbane Lions at the MCG on the Thursday night big stage.
  15. It's Game Day and the Demons have the opportunity to go two from two in their Adelaide Adventure as they face an under the pump Crows who should come out breathing fire as their season hangs by a thread.
  16. It's Game Day and the Demons begin their 2 week adventure in South Australia tonight when they face the Power from Port at the Adelaide Oval. Both teams will be keen to stamp their early credentials for September in this Top 4 clash on the big stage.
  17. It's Game Day and after mixed results in the first two weeks of the season the Demons have the opportunity to capitalise on their good form last week when they take on the Hawks at the MCG today.
  18. On the back of a disappointing Opening Round loss to the Swans in Sydney the Demons return to the MCG today to take on the the Western Bulldogs in a bid to even the ledger early in the 2024 season.
  19. It's Game Day and today our 2024 Premiership Campaign begins. The Dees have traveled up to Sydney to take on the Swans to take their first step in their redemption arc to bury their consquecutive straight sets finals exits Demons and strive to reclaim the flag on the last Saturday of September.
  20. It's Game Day and the Demons are headed for a date with the Blues at Ikon Park for their final practice match before the ball is kicked in anger to open the season in just over a week's time. Date: Wednesday 28th February 2024 Location: Ikon Park Gates Open: 5:30pm Match commences: 6:40pm Watch: Foxtel & Kayo VFL practice match: Please note, the VFL practice match (10:30am) is no longer open to public. Entry: Your entry gate will be detailed on your ticket (4, 5 or 6) Parking: IKON Park is limited to street parking. We recommend coming early to secure a park close to Gate 6 and utilising public transport where possible. Please contact the Club's membership team if you require assistance on the day. Tram No. 19 Tram (City-North Coburg) runs from the city to Royal Parade Walker St / Stop 16, then 3 minutes walk to IKON Park. Train Take the Upfield Line to Royal Park Station, then a 13-minute walk to IKON Park. Bus Route 123 Bus to Walker St / Stop 16, then a 3-minute walk from IKON Park. Seating: Accessible seating is available around the ground, please speak to the gate staff on arrival. Food and beverages: Food and beverages will be available for purchase from the 1864 Café and Eatery located at Gate 2 as well as various food vendors throughout IKON park. Purchase Tickets: Members and non-members will have the opportunity to purchase tickets on Tuesday 6 February. 10am for members and 2pm for non-members (AEDT). Get your tickets here. CARLTON B: Jordan Boyd, Lewis Young, Adam Saad HB: Brodie Kemp, Mitch McGovern, Nic Newman C: Matthew Cottrell, Patrick Cripps, Oliver Hollands HF: David Cuningham, Charlie Curnow, Blake Acres F: Orazio Fantasia, Harry McKay, Jesse Motlop Foll: Marc Pittonet, Adam Cerra, Sam Docherty I/C: Alex Cincotta, George Hewett, Elijah Hollands, Tom De Koning, Lachie Fogarty, Jaxon Binns, Billy Wilson, Lachlan Cowan Emerg: Ashton Moir, Jack Carroll, Harry Lemmey, Matthew Kennedy Notable absentees: Corey Durdin, Jack Martin, Matt Owies, Sam Walsh, Jacob Weitering, Zac Williams MELBOURNE B: Adam Tomlinson, Steven May, Christian Salem HB: Blake Howes, Jake Lever, Trent Rivers C: Ed Langdon, Jack Viney, Alex Neal-Bullen HF: Christian Petracca, Bayley Fritsch, Bailey Laurie F: Kysaiah Pickett, Jacob van Rooyen, Kade Chandler Foll: Max Gawn, Jack Billings, Tom Sparrow I/C: Jake Bowey, Judd McVee, Josh Schache, Caleb Windsor Substitutes: Kynan Brown, Koltyn Tholstrup, Will Verrall Unused Substitute: Tom McDonald Emerge: Tom Fullarton, Marty Hore, Matthew Jefferson, Taj Woewodin Notable absentees: Lachie Hunter, Clayton Oliver, Shane McAdam, Harrison Petty, Charlie Spargo
  21. It's Game Day and it's been 156 days since the Demons were bundled out of the finals in straight sets for the 2nd year in a row. Our redemption starts here. Remember it's only a practice match if we lose. Date: Sunday 18th Feb Location: Casey Fields Gate open: 9.30am Match commences: 10am Watch: Foxtel & Kayo Inclusions: Seven-quarter match simulation Signing opportunities Kids' activities Partner giveaways Demons Squad: 1. Steven May 2. Jacob Van Rooyen 3. Christian Salem 4. Judd McVee 5. Christian Petracca 6. Caleb Windsor 7. Jack Viney 8. Jake Lever 11. Max Gawn 13. Clayton Oliver 14. Jack Billings 15. Ed Langdon 16. Bailey Laurie 17. Jake Bowey 19. Josh Schache 20. Adam Tomlinson 21. Matt Jefferson 22. Blake Howes 24. Trent Rivers 26. Jed Adams 27. Marty Hore 28. Will Verrall 30. Alex Neal-Bullen 31. Bayley Fritsch 32. Tom Sparrow 36. Kysaiah Pickett 37. Kade Chandler 38. Oliver Sestan 39. Koltyn Tholstrup 41. Kynan Brown 43. Kyah Farris-White
  22. It's Game Day and the Demons take on the Blues in a sudden death final at the MCG. A win for the Dees will see them face Brisbane at the Lions' fortress at the Gabba and a loss will see them bundled out of the finals in straight sets for the second season in a row.
  23. It's Game Day and the Dees take on Collingwood in the Qualifying Final at the MCG in front of more than 90,000 fans. The winner will go straight to a Preliminary Final at the MCG in 2 weeks time and the loser will face the winner of Carlton and Sydney next Friday Night.
  24. It's Game Day and if the Demons defeat Sydney they can finish as high as 3rd on the ladder with a trip to Brisbane whilst a loss to the Swans will guarantee that we finish 4th with a date with the Pies at the MCG in the the first week of finals.
  25. It's Game Day and the Demons have the perfect opportunity to sew up a position in the Top 4 prior to the final game of the season. A loss will ensure that the Dees need to either draw or beat the Swans next week to claim the double chance. But first let's just beat the Hawks.
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