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It's a significant blow for the Demons, who have won their first two games for the first time since 2005, especially when coming up against the damaging midfield brigade of Patrick Dangerfield, Joel Selwood and Daniel Menzel, and in-form half-back pair Zach Tuohy and Andrew Mackie.WHERE AND WHEN: Etihad Stadium, Saturday, April 8, 4.35pm AEST TV AND RADIO: Click here for broadcast guide LAST FIVE MEETINGS R23, 2016, Geelong 24.11 (155) d Melbourne 6.8 (44) at Simonds Stadium R12, 2015, Melbourne 18.5 (113) d Geelong 13.11 (89) at Simonds Stadium R17, 2014, Geelong 14.18 (102) d Melbourne 5.6 (36) at the MCG R16, 2013, Geelong 13.20 (98) d Melbourne 4.6 (30) at Simonds Stadium R6, 2012, Geelong 17.17 (119) d Melbourne 11.10 (76) at Simonds Stadium THE SIX POINTS 1.
The Demons won there in round one, but before that had notched just one victory at the venue since 2007. The last time they met, the Cats won pretty much everything. The Demons have also been marginally the better side in clearances.
Lincoln Mc Carthy is out for 6-8 weeks with a groin injury and first-year mid/forward Parfitt has a hamstring of a similar timeframe, but both would be in the 22 if fit.
B: Jake Kolodjashnij, Tom Lonergan, Tom Stewart HB: Andrew Mackie, Lachie Henderson, Zach Tuohy C: Mark Blicavs, Joel Selwood, Mitch Duncan HF: Steven Motlop, Harry Taylor, Darcy Lang F: Daniel Menzel, Tom Hawkins, Nakia Cockatoo FOLL: Zac Smith, Patrick Dangerfield, Scott Selwood I/C: Cam Guthrie, Sam Menegola, Jordan Murdoch, Jed Bews In from pre-season best 22: Jake Kolodjashnij, Scott Selwood, Darcy Lang, Jordan Murdoch, Jed Bews Out from pre-season best 22: Jackson Thurlow, Rhys Stanley, Lincoln Mc Carthy, Josh Cowan, Tom Ruggles.
Quarters won: 22 Players used: 33 Yet to play: Ryan Abbott, Wylie Buzza, Ryan Gardner, Cory Gregson, Zach Guthrie, Matthew Hayball, Jack Henry, Timm House, Jamaine Jones, Quinton Narkle, Esava Ratugolea, Sam Simpson.
Disposals: Patrick Dangerfield (326)Marks: The Cats rediscovered their tackling pressure and overcame a second-half comeback to snap a three-game losing streak and claim a 23-point win at home. After being dominated all night, the Cats never really deserved to win despite getting within 11 points in the last quarter – had they kicked straight and not registered 6.6, they might have stolen four points.
Scott encouraged Hawkins to adopt the mentality of a key defender to help overcome his issues, which he'll want to do this week if the Cats are to take full advantage of the two large holes left in the Demons' line up courtesy of the Match Review Panel.