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THURSDAY, JUNE 23
Team news: The Demons are set to welcome back key defender Steven May after serving his in-club suspension, however skipper Max Gawn could miss around one month of footy with an ankle injury. For the Lions, Dayne Zorko will not make the trek to the 'G with a hamstring complaint.
ESPN tip: Demons by 8 points
TAB odds: Dees $1.70, Lions $2.15
FRIDAY, JUNE 24
Team news: Tim English will miss this weekend's match against Hawthorn after suffering delayed concussion symptoms from the match against GWS, while Taylor Duryea could miss up to two months after injuring his MCL. In better news for the Dogs, Cody Weightman has been cleared of any bone damage after dislocating his elbow and looks set to retain his spot in the side. Meanwhile, Hawks star Chad Wingard (calf) will miss Friday night's clash, but key forward Mitch Lewis makes his return.
ESPN tip: Bulldogs by 22 points
TAB odds: Dogs $1.43, Hawks $2.85
Team news: The Bombers will welcome back injury-ravaged Kyle Langford this week, but Andrew McGrath will be sidelined for multiple weeks due to a strained adductor. Adam Simpson will be boosted by the returns of Tim Kelly and Liam Ryan, but it's at the expense of injured duo Dom Shheed and Jeremy McGovern.
ESPN tip: Bombers by 27 points
TAB odds: Eagles $2.90, Bombers $1.42
SATURDAY, JUNE 25
Team news: Midseason recruit Sam Durdin will make way for Brodie Kemp after Durdin suffered a knee injury in the loss to Richmond. Justin Longmuir has welcomed three inclusions, with Liam Henry, Matt Taberner and Michael Frederick replacing Blake Acres, Michael Walters and Sam Switkowski (all injured).
ESPN tip: Dockers by 14 points
TAB odds: Blues $2.10, Dockers $1.74
Team news: Geelong has elected to leave Patrick Dangerfield out of the side after his long-lasting calf issues, while for the Tigers, Dustin Martin will suit up after battling illness last week. Kane Lambert, Noah Balta and Trent Cotchin will all miss the match through injury.
ESPN tip: Cats by 12 points
TAB odds: Cats $1.90, Tigers $1.90
Team news: The Saints will be boosted by the return of skipper Jack Steele following his shoulder surgery just over a month ago, but Brett Ratten will be without Jack Higgins (omitted), Brad Hill (personal) and Paddy Ryder (managed).
ESPN tip: Swans by 5 points
TAB odds: Swans $1.45, Saints $2.75
SUNDAY, JUNE 26
Team news: North Melbourne have named Aiden Bonar, Ben McKay, Callum Coleman-Jones, Cameron Zurhaar, Jackson Archer (debut) and Tarryn Thomas in their extended squad, with three of those players favoured to cover the loss of Jack Ziebell (injured), Jason Horne-Francis and Lachie Young (suspensions). Meanwhile, the Crows will make a least two changes from last week's side, with Riley Thilthorpe hurting his ankle against the Suns, and Matt Crouch being dropped.
ESPN tip: Crows by 11 points
TAB odds: Roos $3.50, Crows $1.30
Team news: Pies ace Jordan De Goey has been granted personal leave and will miss this Sunday's clash with the Giants, who have made a host of changes. Braydon Preuss will miss through suspension, but Daniel Lloyd, Phil Davis, Tim Taranto and Xavier O'Halloran are among this included in the extended squad.
ESPN tip: Giants by 4 points
TAB odds: Magpies $1.45, Giants $2.75
Team news: Experienced trip Travis Boak, Trent McKenzie and Steven Motlop are three possible inclusions for the Power this week, who will unfortunately lose x-factor midfielder Zak Butters for multiple weeks after injuring the medial ligament in his knee against the Swans. Gold Coast could unleash debutant Elijah Hollands this week as they look to cover the loss of both Will Powell and Joel Jeffrey to injury,
ESPN tip: Power by 15 points
TAB odds: Power $1.43, Suns $2.85