This, along with the Richmond v Collingwood blockbuster tomorrow afternoon, are absolutely high-quality games of the round.
Sydney and Geelong are yet to drop a match, and the winner could find themselves on top of the AFL ladder come the end of Round 4.
Sydney have done what they needed to do against Greater Western Sydney and Gold Coast in the opening two weeks, but flexed their premiership muscle against North Melbourne last weekend. Trailing at half time, the Swans booted 11 goals in the third quarter to set up the win at Blundstone Arena. Sydney welcome back premiership forward Mitch Morton for his first game since the decider against Hawthorn last season, while Dane Rampe returns to the side at the expense of Andrejs Everitt and unlucky midfielder Craig Bird.