UP TO 350 corporate partners could attend the round two clash between Greater Western Sydney and North Melbourne if the New South Wales government gives the green light.

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"We're really intent on trying to get it happening and we should know in the next 48 hours," GWS chief executive Dave Matthews told Fox Footy on Wednesday night.

"Our proposition is we can certainly meet those restrictions in terms of social distancing and other measures.

"If we can do that, we're not at the stage where we can get crowds at the moment, but why wouldn't we try to accommodate some people in those environments in the first instance?"