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Sydney and Richmond clash in a Friday night blockbuster to open Round 11. Both camps aim to solidify their top eight position.

Swans (6-4, 120.4%) have lost three of the last four games. Two of them were played at SCG, where tonight’s game is taking place.

In contrast, the Tigers (6-4, 120.4%) haven’t beat the team in the upper half of the ladder during that period, but have won four in the trot.

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Nick Breaky was late for Sidney with the flu and Marion Pickett was late for Richmond with a migraine.

They were replaced by Colin Oriodan and Hugo Ralph Smith, respectively. Robbie Fox was appointed as a medical agent, and Noah Cumberland’s AFL debut was also made as a sub.

Cumberland was selected as a midfielder / forward in the 2019 Draft Pick No. 43.

Sydney kicked the first goal of the match through Sam Reid, but the free kick he received to “embrace the man” was strongly criticized.

“There is nothing in a free kick,” Daisy Pierce said on Channel 7.

Lance Franklin faced Josh Gibkas and took the lead early on, but missed his shot and Hugo Ralph Smith scored at the other end of the Tigers.

Luke Parker put the swan back on track after a few mistakes from his teammates.

Some of Dustin Martin’s vintage one-on-one pieces scored goals on the run, but Swans scored through Will Hayward behind a stunning aerial tap from Tom Pupley and kept himself. Continued to do.

Ralph Smith received a high-contact free kick and scored a goal from the second goal of the quarter, the 50-meter arc.

The goals of Daniel Rioli and Shane Edwards put the Tigers in the box seat during the quartertime, leading the visitor by eight points.

Margins began to be dangerous for swans in the second quarter, and the Tigers kicked the first three goals of the quarter to make six straights.

As a result, the margin swelled to 27 points in the middle of the second phase.

Maurice Rioli Jr. kicked another goal to raise the margin to 33 points. A throw free kick and a 50-meter penalty against Richmond gave Swans the opportunity to react through Braden Campbell.

But they missed a few more chances on the goal, and it was even more costly when Jayden Short scored a goal on the other end.

James Lowbottom gave Swans hope of a comeback, but after Franklin turned to Trent Cochin, Swans looked inside the 50 and was rejected, and when the Tigers kicked the goal on the other side, a big turning. The point has come.

Franklin took a great deal and set a goal of paying back to him with a half-time stroke, and Swan dragged 25 points.

Richmond got off to a dreamy start in the second half, and Jayden Short shot in the first 17 seconds with a run from a 50-meter arc.

With little reach of the game, Swan finally put in gear, scoring a goal for Sam Reid, followed by a monster kick from Franklin, returning the margin to three goals.

Tom Pupley and Reed kicked two more goals to reduce the margin to one goal in the final change.

There was another controversial free kick in the third quarter. Daniel Rioli was penalized for the banned contact, even though he appeared to have light contact with his Swans opponent while play was stopped.

The match began at 7:50 pm Eastern Standard Time from SCG.

Watch live on FoxFooty (Channel 504) from 7pm Eastern Standard Time.

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