[LIVE] Geelong Cats vs Brisbane Lions Live Stream and TV Coverage


Watch Geelong vs Brisbane Live and TV Coverage here. The AFL fixturing department was very kind to these reigning top four finishers. Or so we thought. Here is everything you need to know about today's game.

In most dimensions of existence, Geelong and Brisbane are coming off romping wins over the bottom four sides they played in Round 1 and are tuning up for an early grand final.

But in the wild and whacky dimension, we’re in, the Cats came off second-best against the Crows, the Lions got blown away by the Swans, Patrick Dangerfield has been suspended and nobody knows what’s going on.

Geelong was supposed to do horrible things to last year’s wooden spooners on Saturday, but misread the script and did horrible things full stop. The final margin was only 12 points, but the Cats were haplessly outclassed in the first half and were flattered by how things looked at full time.

To make matters worse, Dangerfield is now gone after his high bump on Jake Kelly, Mitch Duncan and Jeremy Cameron are still some time away from returning and Sam Menegola isn’t even guaranteed to get up.

But they come up against a Brisbane side heavily bruised after they were made to look like the Justin Lepptisch-era Lions against a Sydney side who, really, had no business of getting within four goals.

How to watch Geelong vs Brisbane Live

This match gets underway at 7:50 pm AEDT from GMHBA Stadium.

Watch it live on Fox Footy (channel 504), or on Kayo, from 7 pm AEDT.

For the 2021 season, both teams will name a medical sub an hour before the bounce, selecting from their four emergencies. The sub can be brought on if a player is injured during the game.

The Cats (0-1, 88.3%) were stunned by Adelaide last time out but will have confidence in their first game in front of their home fans since 2019; they haven’t lost to Brisbane in Geelong since 2003.

The Lions (0-1, 75.2%) were not only upset by Sydney in Round 1, but couldn’t mount a comeback in the second half as the Cats did. They’ll be out for revenge tonight after last year’s preliminary final loss.

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