The Roos’ historically bad season is set for another demoralising chapter on Sunday at Marvel.
North Melbourne are an abomination of a football side and are impossible to make a case for against any team not named West Coast.
The Roos have covered the start in just 2 of their 12 games this year and have lost each of their last eight games by 47+ points.
They lost the inside 50 count by 45 last week against Gold Coast, the worst differential of any team in more than two years.
Interim coach Mark McVeigh has released the handbrake on the Giants and the result has been two games where 200+ points have been scored. GWS scored 138 and 98 themselves.
Given the Kangas are averaging just 55.9 points per game this year and are missing one of their key goal-scoring threats in Cam Zurhaar as well as full back Ben McKay, the Giants should easily cover the smallest start North have had in five weeks.
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You have to be on James Peatling for some snags this week given the young forward has kicked three in each of his last two games.
Josh Kelly loves playing against the team who tried desperately to recruit him on a couple of mega contracts. He’s had 30+ in the last three against the Roos and is averaging 29.2 touches a game in 2022.
Luke McDonald is taking the majority of North’s kick-ins over the last three weeks and has had 20+ disposals in his last three games.
The Giants put 138 points on West Coast two games back and could absolutely pile on the goals against an equally hapless side this week.