Travel-weary GWS up for Cat fight in AFL 

Travel-weary GWS up for Cat fight in AFL 
Travel-weary GWS up for Cat fight in AFL 
Travel-weary GWS up for Cat fight in AFL 

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GWS coach Leon Cameron has no qualms about his side being asked to back up against Geelong on a five-day break as the AFL faces another fixture shake-up.

Queensland's snap lockdown wreaked havoc on the schedule last weekend and hastily rearranged matches will have a flow-on effect in round 21.

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Essendon, who lost to Sydney in a rescheduled match on Sunday, have already had their one allotted five-day break this season, meaning their clash with the Western Bulldogs will likely be pushed back from the Friday night slot it had been set down for.

GWS coach Leon Cameron (pictured) has no qualms about his side being asked to back up against Geelong on a five-day break as the AFL faces another fixture shake-up

GWS coach Leon Cameron (pictured) has no qualms about his side being asked to back up against Geelong on a five-day break as the AFL faces another fixture shake-up

The Cats-Giants match at GMHBA Stadium appears set to be brought forward to that Friday night, with the AFL set to confirm the new fixture for round 21 as soon as Monday.

GWS are yet to have played on a five-day break this season.

"Whether it's Friday night or Saturday, our boys will be ready," Cameron said after Sunday night's 27-point defeat to Port Adelaide.

"Clearly it's another really tough game, I mean, Port sit in the top four and Geelong are in the top two, so it's great exposure for our young group.

"There's no bigger challenge than Geelong in Geelong, whenever that may be."

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