Geelong will be chasing a fourth consecutive victory when it travels up the highway to take on Collingwood at the MCG on Saturday afternoon at 1.45pm.

The Cats are set to make at least one change with Mitch Duncan to miss with concussion.

Ahead of the Round 11 clash takes a look at the players in contention for a recall against the Pies.

Max Holmes

The first-year midfielder is a strong chance of returning to the senior side after being the carryover emergency last weekend.

Holmes has played three AFL games in his rookie season after being taken with Geelong’s top selection in last year’s draft.

Charlie Constable

Was outstanding in Geelong’s VFL win against Coburg with a game-high 34 disposals, 11 clearances and eight score involvements.

Has now been named in the ‘Bankers’ best in three of the five VFL matches he has played and looks a likely type to bolster Geelong’s midfield against Collingwood.


Darcy Fort

Pushed his case for a senior recall with another dominant display in the VFL.

Had 24 disposals, eight marks and a team-high 11 score involvements to be named in Geelong’s best for the fourth consecutive week.

VFL R6 Rhys Stanley in action against Coburg. Credit Arj Giese

Rhys Stanley

Another ruckman who did he chances no harm of a senior recall with a solid performance in the VFL. Had 21 disposals (81%), nine marks and five clearances.

Was particularly dominant early, helping the Cats win nine of the first 10 clearances of the game.

Josh Jenkins

Moved to the top of the VFL’s goal kicking charts 22 majors for the season after six-goal haul against Coburg. 

VFL R6 Josh Jenkins kicked six goals against Coburg. Credit Arj Giese

Jordan Clark

Did some nice things in the VFL and worked hard for the Cats with 20 disposals, nine tackles and six clearances.

Likely to be in the selection mix to replace Duncan this week.