Last season's clash was an absolute classic, with Geelong winning after the siren with a kick from Tom Hawkins. Hawthorn still haven't beaten the Cats since their 2008 premiership win, and they'll be desperate to break that run.
The Western Derby is always hotly contested and the stakes will be even higher with both teams from the West tipped to have strong seasons in 2013. West Coast will also be smarting after being convincingly beaten by Fremantle in the 2012 season.
It was one of the games of the season when Adelaide almost upset Hawthorn to make the grand final. Kurt Tippett starred in what will be his last game for the club and Adelaide will spend all summer smarting over coming so close.
ANZAC Day football is always an exciting affair and the biggest game of the season outside of finals football. Essendon were in unbelievable form before injuries struck and will hope to recapture that as they tackle on a Collingwood in transition.
Whether or not Kurt Tippett ends up at Sydney in 2013, this match will have additional fire after the dramas that hurt Adelaide as a result of the forward's trade attempt. If Sydney do secure Tippett, then AAMI Stadium will be a cauldron of emotion.
Sydney return to the MCG to take on Hawthorn for the first time since they duked it out for the title. Hawthorn will be desperate to redeem themselves after missing out on the 2012 title, while Sydney will be out to prove their MCG win wasn't a one-off.
Sydney broke their hoodoo with Collingwood in the preliminary final last season and will be out to prove their fortunes against the Pies have firmly changed. Collingwood will be out to prove they are still a premiership force and will be desperate to knock off the premiers.
Football fans around the world have been having their say on social media after FIFA announced the results of a slogan competition run by Korean car company Hyundai.The 'winning slogans', which will be emblazoned on team buses for the month-long event, are truly horrendous.