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22 Sep 2022
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Justin Darcy 22 Sep 2022
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  • Geelong Cats vs Sydney Swans tips for Saturday's AFL Grand Final
  • The winner will be crowned Premiers of the 2022 season
  • Will Sydney show their class on the big stage?
  • Or will Geelong win the flag at the MCG?
  • Match preview, predictions and latest team news
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Geelong vs Sydney Grand Final Tips
Geelong and Sydney face off in the AFL Grand Final. (Getty)

Geelong Cats vs Sydney Swans Tips


It's time for the 2022 AFL Grand Final where we see Geelong Cats and Sydney Swans face off on the biggest stage of them all the MCG for the Premiership.
  • Geelong Cats vs Sydney Swans Tips
  • Head to Head
  • Geelong Cats Form
  • Geelong Cats Team News
  • Geelong Cats Team List
  • Sydney Swans Form
  • Sydney Swans Team News
  • Sydney Swans Team List
  • Geelong Cats vs Sydney Swans FAQs

Geelong were a class above the Lions in Preliminary Final, barely raising a sweat. Sydney gripped on to beat Collingwood by one-point, but despite scraping into the Grand Final they are the value to be crowned premiers.

  • Geelong Cats have won their last 15 matches.
  • Sydney Swans have won their last 2 matches against Geelong Cats.
  • Sydney Swans have won their last 9 matches.

Head to Head


There is nothing to split these sides with a 5-5 head to head record from the last 10 clashes.

Sydney have wont the last two matches over the Cats, including in March of this year when the Swans came away easy five-goal winners at the SCG.

Geelong Cats Form


How can you fault their form? The Cats have won each of their last 15 matches, finished as minor premiers and last week beat up on the Lions in a match where their stars were taken off in the last quarter.

Many (including myself) have potted the age of this side, but their older playing group have combined their firepower and experience with extreme flair of youth from the likes of Sam De Koning at half-back.

If key forwards Jeremy Cameron and Tom Hawkins can kick two or three goals each early in this game, the Cats will take some catching as has been the case for much of the second half of the season.

Geelong Cats Team News


Max Holmes suffered what looked a hamstring injury last week, but he has been named in an unchanged Geelong side.

Geelong Cats Team List


B: Jake Kolodjashnij, Sam De Koning, Jed Bews 
HB: Mitch Duncan, Tom Stewart, Jack Henry 
C: Mark Blicavs, Joel Selwood, Zach Tuohy 
HF: Brad Close, Jeremy Cameron, Isaac Smith 
F: Tyson Stengle, Tom Hawkins, Gary Rohan 
FOL: Rhys Stanley, Patrick Dangerfield, Cameron Guthrie 
INT: Zach Guthrie, Gryan Miers, Tom Atkins, Max Holmes 
EMG: Brandan Parfitt, Mark O'Connor, Sam Menegola, Jonathon Ceglar

Sydney Swans Form


Explosive, dynamic, exciting. These are the three words that come to mind when we talk about the form of this Sydney side and the nine-game winning run they are on.

They were a little off last week against the Pies when looking to have game in their back pocket, leading by six goals.

Collingwood clawed their way back to get within one point on the siren, but the Swans did what they needed an secured their place in the Grand Final.

The tough match play from last week will certainly have hardened them up in preparation for a Grand Final, and could be a deciding factor.

Sydney Swans Team News


After having an injury cloud over his head this week, Sam Reid will play.

Forward Logan McDonald has been dropped from the squad, replaced by Hayden McLean.

Sydney Swans Team List


B: Oliver Florent, Tom McCartin, Dane Rampe 
HB: Nick Blakey, Paddy McCartin, Jake Lloyd 
C: Callum Mills, Chad Warner, Justin McInerney 
HF: Isaac Heeney, Sam Reid, Will Hayward 
F: Tom Papley, Lance Franklin, Errol Gulden 
FOL: Tom Hickey, James Rowbottom, Luke Parker 
INT: Robbie Fox, Dylan Stephens, Ryan Clarke, Hayden McLean 
EMG: Braeden Campbell, Harry Cunningham, Logan McDonald, Will Gould

Geelong Cats vs Sydney Swans FAQs

Where can I watch the Geelong Cats vs Sydney Swans live stream?

Check our live streaming calendar to see where to watch the Geelong Cats vs Sydney Swans live stream.

What time does Geelong Cats vs Sydney Swans start?

The game starts at 05.30 BST on Saturday, September 24.

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Verdict

I'm siding with the Swans to take out this AFL Grand Final at the current price.

Isaac Heeney is a value bet to kick the first goal of the match for Sydney.

Best Bet: Sydney Swans To Win @8/5 at bet365 - 4 Units
Value Bet: Isaac Heeney First Goal Scorer @9/1 at Star Sports - 1 Unit
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