Everyone will hold their collective breath this Saturday as Geelong and Sydney go head-to-head. This will undoubtedly be one of the biggest Grand Final showdowns in recent memory. The grand final which begins at 2:30 p.m. AEST on Saturday, September 24 will be played at the MCG for the first time in two years.
COVID had forced the showpiece match at the Gabba in Brisbane in 2020 and the Optus Stadium in Perth in 2021.
The Swans proved to be the kings of pressure in the first quarter and Collingwood revealed just how critical the application of concentrated heat is in challenging the Cats.
Geelong were most vulnerable during their hot streak in week one of the final against Collingwood.
It may be ominous as hundreds of people saw their travel plans thrown into chaos as high winds and heavy rain led airlines to cancel dozens of flights to and from the airport. of Sydney as the grand finale approaches.
About 40 flights due to land in or depart Sydney were canceled on Thursday morning, leading to cancellations in Melbourne, as severe weather warnings were issued by the Bureau of Meteorology for heavy falls and thunderstorms on the east coast of New -South Wales. It’s the kind of sign that will delight Cats fans.
The AFL is a major religion, at least for Victorians, and many followers and players are Australian Greeks.
The game is expected to be electrifying, the Swans want to steal the cup from NSW, while the Victorians are determined to see the silverware stay in the state.