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Hawthorn and Brisbane lions connect the horns in the decisive battle of Tasmania with a large number of bets for both sides.

The Hawks (3-6, 91%) are in the midst of a four-game skid as Sam Mitchell’s team has dropped from its promising heights at the start of the season.

Although Hawthorn welcomes the return of Changquot Jiat and Tom Mitchell in a key boost to their defense and midfield respectively.

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The Lions (8-1, 151.8%) now look sinister as potentially the biggest threat to Melbourne, winning five games in a row and finishing second in the ladder.

Brisbane loses to Marcus Adams on health and safety protocols, but otherwise Chris Fagan’s side is well settled.

This match will start at 15:20 European Standard Time at the UTAS Stadium.

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Brisbane started a “quick shot” when Lincoln McCarthy got them on the board in just one minute.

Jerrod Berry added the Lions second when Brisbane took advantage of the Hawks ’slow start.

It took a stormed corridor running Changquot Jiyat of Hawthorn to break Brisbane’s series of five in a row in the 50s when Jiyat found Chad Wingard who returned and first killed the Hawks.

And from there Hawthorn’s drowsiness seemed broken when the midfielder suddenly climbed to the top.

Berry was again in the thick of it when he broke through the qualifiers and found Darcy Fort before the 50-meter penalty gave Jackson Prior his first of the day.

Reducing the deficit by 20 points, Tom Mitchell raised, and a 50-meter penalty gave Liam Shields a goal to bring back the Hawks within single digits.

Lions star Lachi Neil hit back with a header in a friendly with great Oscar McInerney before coughing up a soft free kick that Max Lynch took full advantage of.

“Wow. For me, it’s absolutely incredible. I’m not sure it was worth it, ”commentator Brian Taylor said.

“It wouldn’t have been a free kick at AusKick,” Campbell Brown added.

In a quarter of the time, the Hawks were just six points behind.

Zach Bailey missed two chances to start the second quarter before Hawk Wingard punched his second of the day.

Sam Frost then brought the Hawks ahead in the middle of the second term when minutes later Mitch Lewis extended the lead.

“They certainly scored it, unlike Hawthorn they didn’t come to play,” Brown said.

“But now they’re in it again.”

Charlie Cameron cut the Hawks ’advantage before the big day of the Nile came when he put Brisbane ahead.

“It’s one area of ​​his game that he’s really improved on,” Brown praised.

“He really hit the scoreboard this year.”

Kam Rainer managed to become the 16th top scorer of the match when he received the fewest kicks. Darcy Fort’s teammate nearly robbed him at the goal line, but luckily the store had fresh air.

“Rakman should never get involved in such things,” Taylor laughed.

Hawks coach Sam Mitchell smiled when Sam Butler scored his second goal of the day seconds after the main shift to regain the lead – just one goal in the break.

“It was great to watch,” Taylor said.

The goal brought “Hawthorn” one point ahead before the break.

McCarthy shot in the first 15 seconds of the third term to end a net dominance from the central rebound for the Lions, while Cameron scored eight minutes later for the second goal in the quarter and one that increased the Lions by 10 points.

The free movement of “Lions” from the rear khalaf came to the fore more often.

Jarman Impey was concerned after the rebounding defender was drawn into a heavy side-on collision and immediately looked stunned.

He continued to play despite the incident and was denied a goal after Luke Breust tried to intercept near the goal.

Jackson Pere’s long-range goal was accompanied by a great effective shot by Tom Fullarton, when the Lions well and truly confirmed their advantage, and Fullartan’s goal increased the lead by 22 points.

Refusing to fade, Hawthorn scored goals for Dylan Moore and Mitch Lewis in a matter of minutes, reducing the lead to just 10 points.

Harry Morrison scored the third goal for Boyarishn 13 seconds before the end of the quarter when the side collected eight in 50 consecutive entries.

In the last shift, “Hawks” was only four points behind.

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