Geelong Cats will face Adelaide Crows on May 28th, 2022 at the GMHBA Stadium in South Geelong. Here, you will know when, where and how to watch the Geelong vs Adelaide match here.
Since Round 4, Geelong’s fortunes have been all over the place as the club strives to rediscover some kind of continuity. Despite their defeat at the hands of the Saints the previous weekend, they still own a record of 5-4 and are one of the top 8 teams in the league.
This year, Geelong Cats has shown some excellent football performance, but they have also struggled during the season, which has led to them maintaining a respectable record. The performance of their primary talls, Hawkins and Cameron, as well as their intercept markers, commanded by Tom Stewart, is the most important factor in their success.
After a horrible start to the season, Adelaide Crows stumbled to a record of 0-5 and seemed to be done for, but they have since made a strong comeback and are now only one game away from the top 8 entering into this matchup.
Adelaide had an average of 51 inside the 50s per game over the first five rounds of the season, however, they scored just 9 goals each week. They have scored 13 goals each week and averaged 56 inside the 50s per game over the course of the last month.
When is Geelong Cats vs Adelaide Crows?
Time: The kick-off will be held at 11.45 p.m. ET
Match: The match is scheduled to take place on May 28th, 2022
Venue: The match will take place at the GMHBA Stadium in South Geelong, Australia. The venue has a capacity of 34 074 people.
How to Watch Geelong Cats vs Adelaide Crows AFL Match Online?
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Both South Australian teams will be in Geelong for consecutive matches at the GMHBA Stadium in Geelong. Losing four of their past six games, the Fever have been unable to find a winning formula.
After a win-loss streak since round 4, the Cats will be hoping to make it two wins in a row. The likes of Jeremy Cameron and Tom Hawkins are playing the greatest football of their careers. The Crows’ youthful and inexperienced defenders will be the target of these two veteran.
Prediction: Geelong Cats will win the match.