Sydney took the points when these two met in Round Nine, and we expect a similar outcome tonight.
Sydney Swans v Hawthorn
Top spot will be on the line when the Hawks, who are first, take on the second-placed Swans on their home patch. Sydney's impressive triumph over Geelong at Kardinia Park in round 16 was a big statement against one of their chief premiership rivals, while Hawthorn proved once and for all that the Power are pretenders in 2016 with a 22-point victory at Adelaide Oval. Liam Shiels (hamstring) will miss for the visitors. We think the Swans will get the job done and are backing them in a half-time/full-time double ($2.14 with Unibet) and the first scoring play to be a Sydney goal ($3.40 with Unibet).