GEELONG has made four changes ahead of its Round 13 blockbuster against Port Adelaide at Adelaide Oval on Thursday night.

The Cats welcome back Mark Blicavs, Patrick Dangerfield, Mitch Duncan and Mark O'Connor.

Dangerfield and O'Connor will play their first AFL games since rounds five and six respectively, whilst Blicavs and Duncan return after missing Geelong's Round 11 win against Collingwood.

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Max Holmes, Zach Guthrie, Rhys Stanley and Quinton Narkle make way for the Cats, with all four players omitted.

Geelong will name its medical substitute an hour prior to the first bounce at 7.40pm.

It will be a special occasion for captain Joel Selwood who will play his 322nd AFL game, helping the Selwoods break the record for most games for a group of brothers. 

Combined with brothers Adam (187), Scott (169) and Troy (75), Joel's 322 games take the family to 753 – surpassing Terry (313), Anthony (233), Chris (124) and Neale (82) Daniher's 752 VFL/AFL matches. 

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Bryce and Maree Selwood join Lingy and Scotty on this week weeks podcast as the Selwood brothers are set to break the record for the most AFL/VFL games played by set of brothers this Thursday night.Presented by Lake Imaging

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Round 13 Team

In: Mark Blicavs, Patrick Dangerfield, Mitch Duncan, Mark O'Connor

Out: Max Holmes (omitted), Zach Guthrie (omitted), Rhys Stanley (omitted), Quinton Narkle (omitted), Jordan Clark (sub unused)

Backs Jed Bews Lachie Henderson Jack Henry
Half Backs Zach Tuohy Tom Stewart Jake Kolodjashnij
Centreline Isaac Smith Patrick Dangerfield Sam Menegola
Half Forwards Brandan Parfitt Jeremy Cameron Tom Atkins
Forwards Luke Dahlhaus Tom Hawkins Gary Rohan
Followers Esava Ratugolea Mitch Duncan Joel Selwood
Interchange Mark O'Connor Shaun Higgins Mark Blicavs
  Brad Close    
       
Emergencies Zach Guthrie Quinton Narkle Max Holmes
  Rhys Stanley