WHO PULLS out the stops when they play against your club? Here are the round five bogeymen, determined with help from the Schick AFL Player Ratings:
Port Adelaide v Carlton
The damaging right-footer saves his best footy for Carlton. In round eight last year against the Blues, he had 26 disposals, seven tackles and a goal.
The South Australian native was excellent last time these teams played, with 30 disposals, 10 contested possessions, seven tackles and a goal.
Western Bulldogs v Brisbane Lions
The 2015 All Australian played the finest game of his career versus the Lions in round 12, 2015. He booted five straight goals and was involved in 11 scoring chains.
The zippy half-forward performs better against the Dogs than any of his teammates. Last time he faced the premiers, the Lion picked up 21 disposals, laid five tackles and kicked two goals.
Gold Coast v Adelaide
The dual Brownlow winner played one of the best games of his illustrious career against the Crows in round eight, 2011. He racked up 41 disposals, 23 contested possessions and four goals.
The Crows captain was best on ground in round nine against the Suns last year. He was awarded three Brownlow votes for his five-goal effort.
Sydney Swans v GWS
The big-bodied onballer was his side's best in the qualifying final loss to the Giants in 2016. He notched up 30 disposals, 20 contested possessions and a goal.
The hard-nosed skipper is the only Giant to line up in the past 11 matches against Sydney. In round 12 last year, he had 25 disposals and 12 contested possessions.
Fremantle v North Melbourne
The three-time AFLPA MVP dominated against the Kangaroos in round four last season, with 27 disposals, 15 contested possessions, seven tackles and four goals.
The tough nut plays better against the Dockers than any other side. In round 21, 2015, he picked up 21 disposals, 15 contested possessions and 12 tackles.
St Kilda v Geelong
The bruising forward was his side's best in the upset win against the Cats last year, with 19 disposals and two goals.
The superstar was best on ground in round 14 against the Saints last season. He notched up 29 disposals, 15 contested possessions and nine clearances.
Hawthorn v West Coast
The dual Norm Smith medallist was superb against the Eagles in round 22 last year, with 28 disposals, 14 contested possessions and three score assists.
The in-form midfielder had 25 disposals, 13 contested possessions and five clearances against the Hawks in round two last season.
Richmond v Melbourne
The Brownlow Medal fancy loves taking on the Demons. In round four, 2015, he finished with 24 disposals and six inside-50s.
The small forward was best on ground in the corresponding clash last year. He slotted four goals and had 11 score involvements.
Essendon v Collingwood
The dual club champion has been his side's best performer in Anzac Day matches since 2010. In 2013, he polled two Brownlow votes for a 31-disposal and two-goal game.
The gun onballer put in a best-on-ground display on Anzac Day last season as the Pies torched the Bombers. He racked up 33 disposals and kicked four goals.