>> For all the player stats, go to Match Centre on the AFL Live Official App
>> Telstra customers can watch the State of Origin for Bushfire Relief game LIVE on the AFL Live Official App

THE STATE of Origin for Bushfire Relief match will start at 7.50pm AEDT at Marvel Stadium.

CHECK OUT THE BUSHFIRE RELIEF HUB HERE

Melbourne beat Collingwood by 20 points in the earlier NAB AFL Women's clash.

SUPPORT THE CAUSE Tap here to DONATE to the AFL Community Bushfire Relief fund 

05:38 Mins
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'It was all gone. There was nothing left to fight for. It was done'

St Kilda assistant Brendon Lade, Jarryn Geary and Matthew Parker go on an emotional journey through bushfire-ravaged Kangaroo Island

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All proceeds from tickets sales will go into the AFL Community Relief Fund, as well as auction proceeds of official memorabilia.

>> Telstra customers and Live Pass Holders can WATCH THE GAME LIVE on the AFL Live Official App. You can watch the AFLW game on womens.afl, the AFL Women's App, and the AFL Live Official App.
>> Fans can also LISTEN to the game on several radio stations. Check out the State of Origin for Bushfire Relief hub.

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02:28 Mins
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Captains unveiled, teams train ahead of Bushfire Relief blockbuster

Mitch Cleary with a Footy Feed special ahead of Friday night's State of Origin Bushfire Relief match

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BEST ON GROUND VOTING 

St Kilda great Nick Riewoldt is the chairperson of the panel along with four-time premiership player Luke Hodge, president of the Omeo District Football Netball League, Ray Gallagher, and chief officer of the Victoria State Emergency Service, Tim Wiebusch, while supporters will also get their say with the Google Fan vote.

Key timings

5:35pm - AFLW match commences
7:20pm - AFLW match concludes
7:25pm - Official welcome by Ground Announcer
7:31pm - Umpires enter and match ball delivery
7:33pm - Victoria and All-Stars teams enter field
7:34pm - Volunteers enter arena
7:36pm - Team/s warm up
7:46pm - Welcome to country performed by Wurundjeri elder Uncle Colin Hunter
7:48pm - National Anthem performed by Able Seaman Leigh Robke
7:49pm - Coin toss with captains. Tony Nolan, President of the Western Districts Football and Netball Club from Kangaroo Island to toss the coin
7:51pm - Match commences

Half-time: Auskick with kids from bushfire-affected communities and children of emergency service workers

Post-match: Presentation of winning team and player judged best on field