AFL round five starts Thursday, which means an agonising four-day wait for the match of the round between traditional rivals Hawthorn and Geelong at the MCG.
The Waratahs will look to put the Israel Folau social media controversy behind them when they play the Melbourne Rebels this Saturday.
The West Coast Eagles are looking scary, and Port Adelaide will need to be at their best to have a chance of an upset at Optus Stadium on Friday.
Newly crowned A-League Premiers Perth Glory travel easy to play Sydney FC on Thursday night in what could be a grand final preview.
St Kilda and Hawthorn haven’t been that impressive this season, yet one will get their third win from four games on Saturday.