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SportKnee injury sidelines Mumford for Hawthorn showdown

14:42  09 may  2019
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Football fan punched in ugly MCG brawl

Football fan punched in ugly MCG brawl Ugly video has emerged of a violent brawl in the MCG stands after yesterday's Melbourne-Hawthorn AFL match. In the video, first broadcast on Channel 9's Sunday Footy Show this morning, a Melbourne supporter appears to throw punches at a Hawks fan. The pair are then separated by onlookers. Police have confirmed they are investigating the incident. "A 34-year-old Baxter man has been interviewed over an assault which occurred at the MCG last night following the Melbourne – Hawthorn game," a Victoria Police spokesperson said. "The man is expected to be charged on summons with assault-related offences.

Please read the rules before joining the discussion. Knee injury sidelines Blackmon, but But Crean also isn't sure if IU's leading scorer will be back for Wednesday's showdown with North Carolina. Blackmon has suffered multiple knee injuries over the course of his career, including torn anterior

Mumford injured his knee in the Swans' round 21 win over the Western Bulldogs and as a result missed the round 22 win over the Brisbane Lions. At the end of the 2010 season Shane Mumford was third in the AFL for hitouts despite missing three matches due to suspension and a knee injury .

Knee injury sidelines Mumford for Hawthorn showdown© AAP Missing out: the Giants will be without Shane Mumford when they face Hawthorn at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Greater Western Sydney's bid to end their hoodoo at the MCG has been dealt a blow with ruckman Shane Mumford ruled out of the game against Hawthorn.

The Giants enforcer has suffered a minor injury to his knee and is also in doubt for the club's clash next week against Carlton.

Captain Phil Davis and back-up ruck Dawson Simpson are the confirmed inclusions for the rare trip to the MCG but there will be at least one more change to the side that defeated St Kilda last week.

Defender Aidan Corr will miss due to an ankle injury while youngster Jackson Hately has been dropped.

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Star onballer Josh Kelly has been named on an extended interchange with a decision on his fitness to be made on Friday. All-Australian Lachie Whitfield was not risked.

The Giants have won only two of 15 games at the MCG but coach Leon Cameron says their record at the grand final venue is misleading. Six of their losses came in the first three years when they were finding their feet, Cameron said.

Since becoming competitive in 2015, the Giants have won only one of eight though many of those games were either in finals or against high-ranking opposition.

"Last year in round two, we beat Collingwood down there," Cameron said.

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The Giants starting safety Bennett Jackson sustained a major knee injury against the Jacksonville Jaguars and will be lost for the season, the latest injury that has ravaged the team’s most inexperienced position.

"But people are going to forget that, (because) we played Collingwood in a final and got beaten."

The Giants, who broke their drought in Geelong this year, have only three games at the MCG in the home-and-away season. Their style of play should suit the bigger ground but their record indicates otherwise.

"Is it good to have an opportunity to play at the G? Absolutely," Cameron said.

"You take those opportunities and cherish them.

"But equally, as I said to our boys during the week, it doesn't matter where you play Hawthorn this week. It's going to be on."

The Hawks are coming off a disappointing performance against Melbourne after which coach Alastair Clarkson labelled his team a mid-table side.

Zak Jones injury: Sydney Swans midfielder injures hamstring.
Sydney's injury list was already significant going into round nine and it got even longer when Zak Jones went down in the first half against North Melbourne. Jones appeared to tweak his left hamstring after receiving a shove from Jed Anderson in the second quarter in Hobart. The midfielder took no further part in the match, sitting on the bench with ice on his hammy. Sydney were even losing players before the bounce, with co-captain Josh Kennedy a late withdrawal with a quad injury he picked in last week's win over Essendon.

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