SINCE Essendon and Collingwood started their annual Anzac Day clash in 1995, the Magpies have had the honours.
The Pies have won 15 games to the Bombers' nine, with one contest drawn, but Essendon's wins have provided some memorable moments.
Now it's your turn to vote on which one you'd like to see again.
>> VOTE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE ANZAC DAY CLASSIC IN THE POLL BELOW
Essendon and Collingwood were set to play this Saturday on Anzac Day but with the season on hold due to the coronavirus outbreak, AFL.com.au and AFL Live Official App have the next best thing for footy-starved fans.
Essendon fans can choose which Anzac Day game they'd like to see broadcast instead. Cast your vote from the options below.
Essendon 15.13 (103) d Collingwood 14.11 (95)
Coming off their dominant 2000 premiership campaign, the Bombers outlasted a young Collingwood outfit. With only a handful of minutes to go in the contest, it was Paul Barnard who booted his fourth goal and helped Essendon hold the Pies off. Barnard had been the unlikely hero of the previous year's Grand Final, kicking four goals that day. Magpies forward Chris Tarrant claimed the Anzac Medal with five goals in a losing side.
Essendon 13.15 (93) d Collingwood 12.16 (88)
Undoubtedly the most memorable Anzac Day game for Essendon fans and one Collingwood supports still can't bear. After losing ruckman David Hille to a season-ending knee injury early in the game, Paddy Ryder stepped up in the role and claimed the Anzac Medal. But it was the match-winning goal of David Zaharakis, who was 19 and only in his fourth AFL game, with seconds remaining that provided one of the best finishes to a game this century as the Bombers clinched a five-point win.
Essendon 15.10 (100) d Collingwood 11.16 (82)
Essendon fans will hope Joe Daniher can reach these heights again with the club. The star forward booted 3.4 and was best afield in the Bombers 18-point win over the Magpies, roaming up the ground and highlighting his athleticism. It was at Daniher's peak, including some brilliantly skilled goals, before groin injuries derailed from 2018 onwards.
>> Given the COVID-19 social-distancing laws, you won't see volunteers selling Anzac Appeal badges this year, so please donate online at anzacappeal.com.au.