FOOTY will take a trip down memory lane this weekend as we launch the first match in our Toyota Fixture Throwbacks series.
In the absence of live action, we will air classic matches from years gone by featuring the teams that were initially set to do battle in round two.
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Via AFL.tv and the AFL Live Official App, the historic encounters will begin on Thursday night when we replay a famous match between arch-rivals Collingwood and Richmond.
>> No screen size restrictions apply to these matches, so you can watch full screen on your TV via the website and App
Will it be the 2018 preliminary final, when the Pies stunned the red-hot flag favourites courtesy of a Mason Cox masterclass on their way to a shock 39-point win?
Or will we head back to 2016, when Brodie Grundy (“Was it Grundy? It was Grundy!!!”) somehow snapped out of a pack to seal a thrilling one-point win at the MCG?
Or could we head back as far as 2015, when captain Trent Cotchin helped the Tigers to recover from a slow start to narrowly nick a five-point win for his side?
>> Continue to find ways to cheer on your side. If you’re an AFL Live Pass subscriber, tune in on the AFL Live Official App and AFL.tv and Thursday night from 7.25pm AEDT to watch the match in full as it happened.
We’ll show the Thursday and Friday matches in their original timeslots before we launch in to Super Saturday from midday AEDT and a huge Sunday from 2pm AEDT
Thursday, March 26 @7.25AEDT
Collingwood v Richmond
Friday, March 27 @7.50 AEDT
Sydnev v Essendon
Saturday, March 28 from 12pm AEDT
Melbourne v Greater Western Sydney
Carlton v Western Bulldogs
Brisbane Lions v North Melbourne
Port Adelaide v Adelaide
Sunday, March 29 from 2pm AEDT
Geelong v Gold Coast
St Kilda v West Coast
Fremantle v Hawthorn
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