Two-time Geelong premiership forward Mathew Stokes says his leadership group at the Cats would have had stern words with Jordan De Goey after his latest incident.
Stokes faced his own ultimatum as a player in 2010 after being arrested by police for buying cocaine.
Good evening and welcome to our AFL live blog as premiership contenders Melbourne and Brisbane square off at the MCG.
Damien Ractliffe here to take you through all the action.
The Dees welcome back Jayden Hunt, Sam Weideman, Steven May and Toby Bedford. Their outs are Daniel Turner (injured), Kade Chandler (medi-sub), Max Gawn (injured) and Mitch Brown (omitted).
The Lions’ ins are: Callum Ah Chee, Jack Payne, James Tunstill (debut) and Thomas Berry.
Their outs are: Darcy Fort (medi-sub), Darcy Gardiner (injured), Dayne Zorko (injured) and Zac Bailey (COVID-19).