Australian Football League Live Geelong Cats vs Brisbane Lions Live Stream Free, AFL 2018 Regular Seasons Week 19 AFL Live Stream. Geelong Cats vs Brisbane Lions match will be kickoff at GMHBA Stadium, Geelong, VIC, Australia, Saturday 28 July 2018 online, 14:10 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
Geelong scored one of their most remarkable wins in recent memory last weekend by defeating Melbourne by two points, courtesy of a goal after the siren by their Irish defender, Zach Tuohy.
Earlier, the Cats trailed by as much as 29 points in the last term but a seven goal haul from Tom Hawkins inspired them to the come from behind victory. However, Chris Scott’s side are precariously placed on the ladder in 9th position.
On the same night as the Cats victory in Round 18, Brisbane went down in another thriller and it was a five point deficit for the Lions against the Adelaide Crows at the GABBA. The young side enjoyed three impressive wins prior to that and can trouble Geelong.
Dayne Zorko, Dayne Beams and Daniel Rich are among some of the familiar names that have been in good form for Brisbane but it is their host of younger players that have been behind their resurgence. High draft picks in Cameron Rayner and Hugh McCluggage have been among a number that have been exciting to watch and if that group can fire then an upset is on the cards.
However, with more to play for and the hostile Kardinia Park in their favour, Geelong should be too good. They are among only four sides that are conceding less than 75 points per game this season and the likes of Gary Ablett, Patrick Dangerfield and Joel Selwood should be hard to stop.
Geelong are unlikely to make too many changes after their sizzling win last weekend. Jamaine Jones and Quentin Narkle were among a couple of the quieter players but should hold their spots.
Brisbane are set to regain a couple of key players in Harris Andrews and Luke Hodge. Tom Bell and Ryan Bastinac are others that are in the mix.
Geelong have won their past seven against Brisbane with four of those held at GMHBA Stadium. Last year, the Cats defeated the Lions by 85 points at the GABBA in Round 16 with Patrick Dangerfield running amok on his way to 38 touches and three goals.
Brisbane have not defeated Geelong at GMHBA Stadium since 2003, when it was known as Skilled Stadium. The Lions have won just two of eight games outside of Queensland this year, while Geelong are four from five at GMHBA in 2018.
Geelong will have all the answers.
B: Tuohy, Blicavs, Kolodjashnij
HB: Stewart, Henderson, Bews
C: S. Selwood, J. Selwood, C. Guthrie
HF: Menegola, Ablett, Cunico
F: Menzel, Hawkins, Parfitt
FOLL: Stanley, Dangerfield, Kelly
I/C: Duncan, Fogarty, Henry, Narkle
EMG: Abbott, Jones, Parsons, Thurlow
B: Hodge, McStay, Gardiner
HB: Rich, Walker, Witherden
C: Taylor, Robinson, Zorko
HF: Rayner, Andrews, McCluggage
F: Christensen, Hipwood, Lester
FOLL: Martin, Berry, Beams
I/C: Robertson, Mathieson, McInerney, Barrett
EMG: Bastinac, Cox, Bailey, Ballenden
IN: Hodge, Andrews
OUT: Cox, Cutler