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UPDATE: The AFL has revealed ticketing and broadcast information for week two of the 2014 Toyota AFL Finals Series.

Ticketing information
• First semi-final: Fremantle v Port Adelaide, Patersons Stadium
• Second semi-final: Geelong v North Melbourne, MCG

How and where to watch the semi-finals
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GEELONG and North Melbourne members will receive a 20 per cent discount on tickets to Friday night's semi-final at the MCG, which will kick off week two of the 2014 Toyota AFL finals series.

The schedule for next week's matches was settled after Port Adelaide's big win over Richmond at Adelaide Oval, with the Power progressing to a cut-throat clash against Fremantle next Saturday.

The Dockers will host Port Adelaide at Patersons Stadium in the first semi-final at 5.45pm WST with the Dockers looking to rebound from their qualifying final loss to the Swans.

The Cats, who went down to Hawthorn by 36 points in Friday night's qualifying final clash, will also be looking to bounce back when they meet North Melbourne.

The discounted ticket offer for that match is available within the member pre-sale time on Monday from 9am-1pm AEST.

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Meanwhile the AFL has confirmed the first preliminary final hosted by the Swans will be played on the night of Friday 19 September at ANZ Stadium.

Their opponent will come from the Geelong and North Melbourne semi-final, while the Hawks will play their preliminary final at the MCG on Saturday 20 September.

A time has yet to be confirmed for that match, with the Hawks to face the winner of the Fremantle and Port Adelaide semi-final.

WEEK TWO FINALS FIXTURE (all times local)
Friday September 12, MCG, 7.50pm
Geelong v North Melbourne (second semi-final; series ticket match)

Saturday September 13, Patersons Stadium, 5.45pm
Fremantle v Port Adelaide (first semi-final)

WEEK THREE FINALS FIXTURE (all times local)
Friday September 19, ANZ Stadium (subject to stadium availability), 7.50pm
Sydney Swans v winner of second semi-final (first preliminary final)

Saturday September 20, MCG, time tbc
Hawthorn v winner of first semi-final (second preliminary final; series ticket match)