AFL Live Sydney Swans vs Hawthorn Hawks Stream AFL 2017 Regular Seasons Round 10 match will be kick off at SCG Stadium, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, Friday 26 May 2017 online, 19:50 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
Friday night AFL action sees the Sydney Swans take on one of their key rivals from recent years, the Hawthorn Hawks, at the SCG.
The 2014 Grand Finalists have featured in some epic games in recent years and while they have both endured indifferent 2017 campaigns, this one should be no exception.
The Round 10 clash gets underway at 7.50PM and will be broadcast on Channel 7 and Fox Footy. AFL Live Vision is also available to ALL CrownBet members. Every Match, wherever you are.
The two sides are amongst a bunch of teams sitting on three wins for the year but it is 12th placed Sydney that shade Hawthorn (17th) due to their superior percentage.
The Swans come into this with the better recent form of the two after demolishing St Kilda by 50 points last Saturday. On the same night, Hawthorn led Collingwood by as much as 43 points but folded badly in the last half, going down by 18.
Sydney have been posted as the $1.26 favourites in the head to head betting with CrownBet and will be hard to topple.
After a slow start to the year, Josh Kennedy, Daniel Hannebery and Luke Parker have been in great form in the middle of the ground for the red and white, while former Hawthorn champion, Lance Franklin, has booted 27 goals, including 12 in the past three weeks.
That trio of mids, as well as Franklin, will be hard to stop for a Hawthorn side that have been decimated by injuries of late. The former Swan, Tom Mitchell has played a lone hand in the middle for the Hawks and comes off a massive haul of 50 possessions but the lack of support in this part of the ground means that the Swans should get on top.
At stake in this game is the respective finals hopes of the two sides. Hawthorn and Sydney have made the finals every year since 2009 but another loss will likely spell the end for the chances of either side.
B: Dane Rampe, Heath Grundy, Nick Smith
HB: Zak Jones, Lewis Melican, Callum Mills
C: Jake Lloyd, Josh P. Kennedy, Isaac Heeney
HF: George Hewett, Lance Franklin, Will Hayward
F: Tom Papley, Kurt Tippett, Sam Reid
FOL: Callum Sinclair, Luke Parker, Dan Hannebery
I/C: Oliver Florent, Nic Newman, Gary Rohan, Dean Towers
EMG: Aliir Aliir, Jordan Dawson, Harry Marsh
IN: Oliver Florent
OUT: Harry Cunningham
B: Blake Hardwick, Josh Gibson, Shaun Burgoyne
HB: Taylor Duryea, Ryan Burton, Ricky Henderson
C: Isaac Smith, Luke Hodge, Liam Shiels
HF: Luke Breust, Paul Puopolo, Dallas Willsmore
F: Ty Vickery, Jarryd Roughead, Jack Gunston
FOL: Ben McEvoy, Tom Mitchell, Daniel Howe
I/C: Kaiden Brand, James Cousins, Brendan Whitecross, James Sicily
EMG: Kade Stewart, Kurt Heatherley, Will Langford
IN: Dallas Willsmore, Kaiden Brand, James Cousins
OUT: Kurt Heatherley, Billy Hartung, Will Langford