Youngster Tyler – playing his debut for Collingwood – passed the ball to his older brother, Callum, who weaved his way through the Bulldogs' defence and score a fifth goal for the visitors.The duo's family were spotted standing and cheering from a spectator's box when they combined for the six points. Our AFL predictions and best bets include match previews for every single game from Round 1 to the Grand Final. View the odds and teams for both sides as well as our Tips and Bets for the match.The Bulldogs did their best to throw last week’s game away against the Blues, but in the end, a fortunate free-kick sealed a three-point win.Collingwood now returns to the field following last week’s bye, a much-needed rest with the casualty ward beginning to pile up.The Pies were classy in their 41-point win over the Dees a fortnight ago, and considering they already own a win over the Dogs this year, it’s no surprise to see Collingwood favoured by plenty on Sunday.Neither coach will read too much into their Round 4 meeting, but the Pies can rest easy knowing they still managed to hold off the Dogs despite booting 12 behinds.Luke Beveridge’s side has strung together two straight wins only twice this year, compared to the Pies who are 12-6 on the back of a win over the last 12 months. Dogs have been so far off tonight, but at least it seems to be The lack of atmosphere remained a hot topic – Courier Mail journalist Chris Bartlett referred to the match as "elevator music" on Twitter. Late in the opening quarter, there was a "special" moment for the Brown brothers. From Start. TV and online: Click here for broadcast guide What it means for Western Bulldogs: A chance to show the League the Bulldogs are not just 'around the mark' but truly one of the … “Who knows how long we go for but I think people will get used to that … it was just great to see footy. That shows the impact he is having". Pies have been awesome. Collingwood have convincingly won their opening fixture of the 2020 premiership, trumping rivals the Western Bulldogs by 52 points on Friday evening. second successive season as their late comeback against GWS Giants saw THE FACTS.

"There will be more social distancing," Ralph said on Fox Footy. Those stats alone are enough to suggest a Collingwood victory, but when you consider the Dogs’ struggles in the fourth quarter, there’s no other way to approach this game.Collingwood has been the third-best side in the competition in the final term, compared to the Dogs, who hold the worst fourth quarter record (3-9) on the season.This should be nothing more than a Collingwood blowout, so back the Pies to Cover.I/C (from): Le.Young, Crozier, West, Duryea, McLean, Richards, Smith, La.YoungIN: Schache, Le.Young, West, Duryea, Richards, Smith, La.YoungI/C (from): Aish, Cox, Crocker, Daicos, Lynch, Mayne, Quaynor, Reid*Odds correct at time of posting. The Magpies had trailed by 33 points in the final Their father – Collingwood legend Gavin Brown – played 254 matches for the Pies during a stellar 14-year career.As the AFL desperately includes measures to prevent spreading of the coronavirus, Collingwood have revealed they will not sing the club's theme song if they emerge victors tonight. Join Australia's Favourite Online Betting and Entertainment Website. It was a “disappointing” night for the Dogs, who crumbled at Marvel Stadium, unable to recover from a horror opening 16 minutes.The last time football fans witnessed such a one-sided encounter was at a packed MCG in late September.Former AFL star Matthew Lloyd savaged the performance of 20-year-old Bulldogs prodigy Aaron Naughton.“Naughton didn’t play a pre-season game and that’s showing tonight.