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Melbourne History and 2021 Preview

Another team that has failed to reclaim the glories of its past in Melbourne. One of the standout clubs during the early years, Melbourne now finds itself trying to find some consistency and a pathway to success.

Their form has been up and down during the past couple of seasons with a high in 2018 quickly followed by a low in 2019. Last season was seen as a success with the side narrowly missing out on the Finals.

Inspirational captain, Max Gawn, will look to rally his troops one more time. His aim is certainly to win the big prize. Teammates Ed Langdon and Jake Lever will play an important role in sort of top of the table push.

Coach Simon Goodwin will look to extract consistency from his group of players. He knows that their form can dip wildly but a top four spot may just be within reach.

How to stream Melbourne Games with Kayo

Kayo Sports is the sports streaming platform for everything AFL. You watch all AFL matches on eligible mobile devices. There is a 14-day free trial for new users, who can then opt for a subscription with no lock-in contract thereafter.

How to watch Melbourne Games with Foxtel

Foxtel Now brings every AFL game right to your favourite device. You can take advantage of their 10-day free trial and then decide on a subscription. You can also cancel the plan at any time.

How to stream Melbourne Games with Kayo from Telstra

If you are a Telstra customer, you can catch all the AFL action with Kayo from Telstra. Plans start from $5 a month for customers who previously held an NRL Live Pass. Standard plans from $15/month are also available to new and existing customers.

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