A day after the AFL grand finals were delayed for three weeks due to the coronavirus outbreak, we have the full schedule for tonight’s grand final.
Here are the games that will take place in the first week of November, as well as the dates of the matches.
Here is the AFL Grand Final schedule.
The AFL grands will begin on Saturday at 3:45pm, with the Adelaide Strikers and Gold Coast Suns facing off in the MCG.
Saturday’s game will be the first between the Adelaide and Goldfields since a 1:2 contest in Round 3 of the 2011 AFL season.
Friday’s game, featuring the Western Bulldogs and Brisbane Lions, will be played at 1:30pm.
The Adelaide Sticks will take on the Brisbane Lions at 3pm, while the Brisbane Strikars will host the Sydney Swans at 5:30 pm.
Saturday will see the Melbourne Storm host the Gold Coast Eagles at 7:00pm, followed by the Adelaide Crows against the Goldfields Lions at 7.15pm.
Sunday will see Gold Coast host the Brisbane Bombers at 1.15am, followed up by the Western Derby at 3.15.10am.
The Brisbane Lions will play the Melbourne Crows at 1pm, as they do each Sunday afternoon, before the Crows host the Melbourne Swans in the same fixture.
Sunday’s match will be one of the first grand finals to be played in the new ABC Stadium, with its new retractable roof.
The match will take up the first half of the second quarter, with both teams having a 10-minute break between kicks, with a 10.20am start to the third quarter.
There will be three quarters of action in the third.
Friday night’s match is a rematch of the 2013 Grand Final between the Golds and Suns.
The Suns will take part in the final, while Hawthorn will host Adelaide at 2:45am.
Saturday sees the Brisbane Saints take on North Melbourne at 2.30pm, and then the Cairns Stars face the Goldfield Tigers at 3am.
Sunday sees the Goldmont Saints host the Western Eagles at 4.20pm.
All matches will be broadcast live on FOX Sports 1.