The home-and-away season ends and while the Hawks fly for a fourth straight win, Melbourne and Geelong meet to decide the final standings at the top.
Returning to form and raising some eyebrows are one Bulldog along with a variety of reachable targets in the penultimate round of the home-and-away season.
Robbie Gray should be back for his favorite game of the season and Harry McKay will look to keep his spot at the top of the Coleman Medal Charts in this Saturday slate.
Patrick Dangerfield leads the way and Chris Mayne makes an interesting contribution during this weekend's main slate.
The last-placed 'Roos are starting to prove their mettle while providing value and the first-placed 'Dees face a battle to keep their top spot as bookends to this five-game slate.
Give the Saints your eyes and the Dogs your ears as Aaron Naughton and Jack Steele draw attention in this week's slate.
A contest between Brisbane and St Kilda offers more excitement than one may expect, and Geelong's stars are worth extra attention with only three games in this Saturday slate.
This tall Demon will face off with the Giants and the Lions have found a tasty prey during the main Round 16 slate.
A four-game slate will see Sean Darcy and Brodie Grundy duke it out while Gold Coast will take their turn against North Melbourne, but that's not all to track if the Power can hold their mettle.
Familiar faces, good defenders on bad teams, and a few high-flying Giants will all be locked in during another three-game slate.
Matthew Rowell is back and Nat Fyfe isn't, but a small two-game slate still leans heavily on the Dockers and the Suns in Round 13.
The Essendon Bombers enter Round 12 as the most in-form team on offer in a three-game Saturday slate.
Two Jakes and four Cats make the list from the four games on offer during the Saturday of the Sir Doug Nicholls Round.
A mixing of positions has made four different Western Bulldogs the highlight of potential pickups for Round 10's biggest slate of games.
Both Bont and Jack Mac are listed as interchanges in Round 9, so are they still worth starting over options from GWS and Sydney? Find out in this week's cheat sheet.
The most productive defender in the AFL joins the fray in Round 8 and it's a case of pick your poison as teams from the top and bottom take to the field in this slate.
A Lachie and Paddy both make their season debuts this week as four of the top eight face off in another five-game Saturday slate.
Nonstop action is on offer during a five-game Saturday slate and Lachie Neale has the perfect chance to retake his place among the league's best against Carlton in Round 6.
Make your lineup Sweet with Western's ruck debutant, and look to the Sydney Derby for an in-form matchup capable of lighting up the scoreboard in Saturday's Round 5 slate.
After trouncing North Melbourne, four players from Western Bulldogs find their way into this week's picks. However, the headliner is Brodie Grundy at the second-highest salary available.
We only have three games to pick from this week, but Errol Gulden's impressive play and Trent Cotchin's low price still offer plenty of options in Round 3.
The first and worst teams on the ladder are in action this week, and somewhere in between there are three picks from the Suns and two from the Crows hoping to make a difference.
Round 1 of 2021 kicks off with a four-game Saturday slate featuring last season's finalists in Geelong, but it's Zach Merrett of Essendon who comes in with the highest salary and a good matchup.
Lachie Neale topped the AFL charts in scoring during the 2020 season and figures to be among the leading candidates to hold the distinction in 2021 as well.