This game shapes as a possible grand final preview.
Greater Western Sydney enters the weekend on top of the table with the Cats having won just one game less.
So much has gone wrong for the Giants with injuries this season and it is simply frightening for their rivals that they are on top of the ladder with so much room for improvement.
The Giants were again brilliant last week beating Brisbane by 60 points when they were on the road.
Jeremy Cameron kicked an equal game high four goals and now leads the Coleman Medal race by three goals from Lance Franklin.
Cameron still looks a good bet to go on and win the medal for kicking the most goals in the home and away season and $3.25 on him doing so looks a good price.
Giant’s midfielder Dylan Shiel is working into some outstanding form - he had an equal game high 32 touches when these sides met last - and last week against Brisbane was unstoppable racking up a game high 38 disposals and booting home a goal.
The Giants have won five of their past six games and are building momentum towards a flag.
GWS are unbeaten at Spotless Stadium in four games this season and look well placed to carry on their winning ways against a Geelong side that needed a miracle to overcome Fremantle.
The two teams clashed twice last season with both sides winning one each. In the most recent encounter the Cats won by 10 points at Simonds Stadium in Round 11.
Both teams are capable of piling on the points and one of the better betting opportunities looks to be the total game score over 177.5 points ($1.90 @ Unibet).
Stick with GWS to win and if you are not on them to win the premiership snap up the $3.75 across the board.
Patrick Dangerfield had a game high 32 disposals last time this teams clashed and should again have the most.
GWS UNDER 39.5
PATRICK DANGERFIELD 35+ DISPOSALS