Geelong ruckman Rhys Stanley has been cleared of another serious foot injury after the Cats' loss to Carlton.
Geelong may be on the second line of premiership betting, but their coach says they aren't among the AFL's top teams.
It's been just on 10 years since Geelong lost three games in a row during a season. The Cats have a few areas to fix if they're to maintain that proud record.
Geelong coach Chris Scott is at a loss to explain his side's consecutive shock defeats.
Carlton could make the eight. Think about that. The Blues have won as many games as they have lost.
How will Levi Casboult and Matthew Kreuzer fare as they return much earlier than expected from injury?
Success has made Geelong's supporters an impatient bunch. But even they are starting to see some good signs in the development of key forward Shane Kersten.
Collingwood are back in the top-eight mix and eagerly awaiting their next challenge after an impressive 24-point win over Geelong.
Collingwood held off Geelong on three separate occasions to record an important victory at the MCG.
Follow the action live as the Pies look to win back-to-back games.
The Cats head into the weekend with only one defeat and well on track to having a special season.
It is 10 years since Geelong chief executive Brian Cook set about the uncomfortably public but ultimately groundbreaking review that would radically alter the fortunes of his under-performing football club.
After eight rounds the performances of Patrick Dangerfield have been strikingly similar. On numbers alone Treloar is slightly in front on some measures, but not all.
With more than a quarter of the AFL season gone, we look at the big developments.
Geelong coach Chris Scott says Taylor Walker should not face action from the match review panel despite playing a role in an incident which forced cat Tom Lonergan off the ground with concussion early in Friday night's game at the Adelaide Oval.
There were few free kicks for Adelaide in round seven but an abundance in round eight.
A certain Geelong midfielder returns to Adelaide for his first game against his former club. You don't even need to mention his name.
Geelong and Adelaide did everything to lose, but led by Patrick Dangerfield, the man everyone came to see, the Cats clawed their way to a memorable 26-point victory.
Adelaide Oval became a "Danger zone" on Friday night with the much-anticipated return of Patrick Dangerfield against his old club, and everything started as scripted... the jeers and boos.
Geelong chief Brian Cook has criticised the AFL for its management culture, poor handling of its staff and failure to prioritise development of personnel within the football industry.