Melbourne Cricket Ground - AFL Round 24 schedule confirmed
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AFL Round 24 schedule confirmed

Jul 25, 2011

Action from the Geelong Cats v Collingwood game at the MCG on May 13, 2011The MCG will host two matches in AFL Round 24, after the AFL today confirmed the fixture for the final round of the home and away season.

The blockbuster between Collingwood and Geelong Cats, the league's top two teams on the ladder, will be played on Friday September 2 at 7.40pm.

Another potential clash for a top four spot, between Carlton and the in-form St Kilda, will be held on Saturday September 3 at 7.10pm.

Public tickets will go on sale on Monday August 1 at 9.00am. AFL members can purchase tickets from Friday August 5 at 9.00am.

The schedule of games will be as follows (local time in each case):

Friday September 2
Collingwood v Geelong Cats at the MCG, 7.40pm

Saturday September 3
Gold Coast Suns v Hawthorn at Metricon Stadium, 1.10pm
Western Bulldogs v Fremantle at Etihad Stadium, 2.10pm
Sydney Swans v Brisbane Lions at the SCG, 4.10pm
Carlton v St Kilda at the MCG, 7.10pm
West Coast v Adelaide Crows at Patersons Stadium, 5.10pm

Sunday September 4
Port Adelaide v Melbourne at Adelaide Oval, 2.40pm
Richmond v North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium, 4.40pm

 

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