FOOTY will take a trip down memory lane this weekend as we launch our Toyota Fixture Throwback series.
In the absence of live action, we will air classic matches from years gone by featuring the teams that were initially set to do battle in round two of the 2020 Toyota AFL Premiership Season.
We'll show the Thursday and Friday matches in their original timeslots, before launching into Super Saturday from midday AEDT and a huge Sunday from 2pm AEDT.
>> No screen size restrictions apply to these matches, so you can watch full screen on your TV via the website and App
>> AFL Live Pass Holders can watch the games here on AFL.com.au
Game one: Round 2, 2016: Collingwood 13.9 (87) defeated Richmond 12.14 (86)
Brodie Grundy's last-gasp snap sealed a dramatic Friday night thriller for Collingwood back in 2016. Forced to claw their way back from 17 points down late in the match, the Pies kicked three goals in eight minutes to complete the incredible comeback. Grundy's effort, delivered with just four seconds left on the clock, sparked wild celebrations. It ensured Collingwood responded from a horror 80-point loss to Sydney the week before, while it sparked a run of six straight losses for Richmond.
Stats stars: Alex Fasolo (14 disposals, six goals), Adam Treloar (32 disposals, eight inside 50s), Trent Cotchin (38 disposals, eight clearances), Jack Riewoldt (16 disposals, three goals)