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Chris Scott's men require a lift across the board — it's not beyond them, but the challenge is sizeable going into Friday night.
There is plenty on the line on Saturday night for the Giants and coach Leon Cameron — it would be a step backwards to finish fourth and then bow out with consecutive losses, a year after finishing fourth and getting within a kick of a grand final spot.
West Coast will go in with momentum after their heart-stopping extra-time win over Port Adelaide.
The Eagles' soon-to-be retiring midfield duo of Matt Priddis and Sam Mitchell starred against Port Adelaide with a combined 61 disposals, 10 tackles, 15 clearances, 10 inside 50s and a goal. Meanwhile Josh Kennedy kicked three against Port, though two of them came in extra-time.
The other area Geelong was hammered in was marks inside 50.
The Tigers took 18 grabs in their forward 50 compared to five for the Cats.
Some teams have the confidence and ability to rediscover their best, others run into opponents in better form … Last year the Swans lost to GWS in week one but bounced back against the Crows.From rounds 18-23, the Swans conceded an average of 61, and their coverage was even better in the elimination final, allowing the Bombers a mere 56 points.The Cats averaged 73.3 points against a game in rounds 18-23, before the Tigers scored 13.13 (91) on them.With Lobb potentially spending time in the ruck this week, GWS may bring in Steve Johnson for one more crack, and spread the scoring load with Patton and smalls like Toby Greene, Josh Kelly, Stephen Coniglio, Callan Ward.Both teams will need to improve their inside 50s to goals ratio — in week one the Eagles managed a goal every 3.8 entries, while the Giants needed 8.7 trips inside 50 for every major.
He may have kicked four goals on one leg against Essendon, but he's likely to have a stronger matchup than the Dons' Patrick Ambrose this week.