How to watch Geelong Cats vs St Kilda Saints AFL live and match preview
St Kilda can keep their finals hopes alive with a win over premiership favourite Geelong in the AFL's penultimate round.
St Kilda will need a win for the ages against AFL powerhouse Geelong if they're to keep their slim finals chances alive. The Saints have beaten the Cats just once since the beginning of 2011. That win came way back in 2016.
The Cats were left licking their wounds after double blows against GWS last week. They lost the match and star Patrick Dangerfield suffered a neck injury. Remarkably, Dangerfield has recovered and will play this week.
When is Geelong vs St Kilda?
The opening bounce is at 4:35pm AEST at Geelong's GMHBA Stadium on Saturday 14 August.
How to watch Geelong vs St Kilda online
Channel 7 and Foxtel share the rights to AFL matches in Australia and the broadcasts vary from state to state. As mentioned above Geelong vs St Kilda is not on free-to-air TV anywhere in Australia. You need access to either Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now or Kayo Sports.
Stream Cats vs Saints on Kayo Sports
You can watch Cats vs Saints for no cost using Kayo's 14-day free trial for new users. After the trial period, a Basic subscription is $25 a month to watch on 2 screens or $35 a month for a third screen. You can check it all out in our Kayo Sports review.
Kayo also has a wide range of special features to add to your viewing experience. SplitView lets you watch up to 4 sports at once on the same screen. Other features include Interactive Stats, No Spoilers, Key Moments and more.
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Who will win Geelong vs St Kilda?
St Kilda's task has been made ever harder with news Geelong forward line ace Jeremy Cameron is to return after a long lay-off with a hamstring injury.
The Saints, meanwhile, welcome veteran wingman Dan Hannebery back for his first game of the season.
The Cats sit third on the ladder and are 1 of 4 teams battling it out for a top 2 place heading into September. St Kilda need to win their final 2 matches for any chance to play finals. This will be a tight one, we might lean slightly towards the Cats.