Richmond Tigers v Collingwood Magpies preview, news and how to watch live

All the build-up and how to watch Tigers v Pies clash on Saturday, May 7.

Tiger Jack Riewoldt gets a kick away before colliding with Pie Jeremy Howe in 2021. Picture: Michael Klein
Tiger Jack Riewoldt gets a kick away before colliding with Pie Jeremy Howe in 2021. Picture: Michael Klein

Richmond and Collingwood will once again face each other in a crucial battle between the historic clubs.

Here’s how to watch the clash and catch up on the latest news ahead of the game.

Richmond Tigers v Collingwood preview

Both clubs sit directly in the middle of the table, with Collingwood in eighth and Richmond one spot behind them in ninth.

The clubs have been inconsistent so far in 2022, with both huge supporter bases searching for regular wins as the season builds.

A win in this clash is potentially enough to gather momentum and springboard a successful campaign, so expect both clubs to come out firing.

What time is Richmond Tigers v Collingwood Magpies?

Bounce will be at 1.45pm (AEST).

Where is Richmond v Collingwood being played?

The MCG. Expect a huge crowd as two of the AFL’s biggest supporter bases flock to the home of football.

Will Dustin Martin return for the big clash? Picture: Getty
Will Dustin Martin return for the big clash? Picture: Getty

How do I watch Richmond v Collingwood?

The game will be broadcast on Kayo as part of its AFL coverage.

Not only can you catch the LIVE fixture and also the replay, but if you miss the action, you can catch up with Kayo Minis and Kayo Bites. See more here.

How can I watch more Richmond and Collingwood matches?

Richmond Tigers team page on Kayo

Collingwood Magpies team page on Kayo

More AFL thanks to Kayo

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History between Richmond and Collingwood

Being two of the biggest clubs in the AFL, the rivalry is intense.

They’ve played more than 200 matches against each other and their games are always fiery.

Results of the past five games

Round 17, 2021: Richmond Tigers 71 def by Collingwood Magpies 87

Round 2, 2020: Collingwood Magpies 36 drew with Richmond Tigers 36

Round 19, 2019: Collingwood Magpies 66 def by Richmond Tigers 98

Round 2, 2019: Richmond Tigers 66 def by Collingwood Magpies 110

Preliminary Final, 2018: Richmond Tigers 58 def by Collingwood Magpies 97

Where can I read more AFL?

See the AFL section on CodeSports, or visit the AFL section on your main state news website

Herald Sun / Daily Telegraph / Courier Mail / Adelaide Advertiser.

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