The squads are in for the highly-anticipated State of Origin match.
The AFL on Tuesday afternoon released both the Victorian and All-Stars squads for the bushfire relief clash at Marvel Stadium on Friday February 28.
Victoria will be coached by Damien Hardwick, while John Longmire will lead the All-Stars in the match, which will follow the Collingwood-Melbourne AFLW double-header.
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The AFL requested eight players from each club before Hardwick and Longmire put the teams together.
Rory Sloane (Adelaide)
Stefan Martin (Brisbane Lions)
Darcy Moore (Collingwood)
Scott Pendlebury (Collingwood)
Steele Sidebottom (Collingwood)
Adam Saad (Essendon)
Mark Blicavs (Geelong)
Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong)
Jeremy Cameron (GWS Giants)
Toby Greene (GWS Giants)
Josh Kelly (GWS Giants)
Lachie Whitfield (GWS Giants)
Nick Haynes (GWS Giants)
James Sicily (Hawthorn)
Ben Cunnington (North Melbourne)
Todd Goldstein (North Melbourne)
Shaun Higgins (North Melbourne)
Robbie Gray (Port Adelaide)
Trent Cotchin (Richmond)
Bachar Houli (Richmond)
Tom Lynch (Richmond)
Dustin Martin (Richmond)
Jade Gresham (St Kilda)
Jake Lloyd (Sydney Swans)
Tom Papley (Sydney Swans)
Marcus Bontempelli (Western Bulldogs)
Jack Macrae (Western Bulldogs)
Coaching panel: Damien Hardwick (senior coach), Alastair Clarkson, Adam Kingsley, Robert Harvey, Dean Solomon
Rory Laird (Adelaide)
Brodie Smith (Adelaide)
Taylor Walker (Adelaide)
Harris Andrews (Brisbane Lions)
Charlie Cameron (Brisbane Lions)
Lachie Neale (Brisbane Lions)
Dayne Zorko (Brisbane Lions)
Patrick Cripps (Carlton)
Brodie Grundy (Collingwood)
Jeremy Howe (Collingwood)
Nat Fyfe (Fremantle)
Michael Walters (Fremantle)
Tom Hawkins (Geelong)
Zach Tuohy (Geelong)
Lachie Weller (Gold Coast Suns)
Stephen Coniglio (GWS Giants)
Luke Breust (Hawthorn)
Isaac Smith (Hawthorn)
Neville Jetta (Melbourne)
Scott Lycett (Port Adelaide)
Shane Edwards (Richmond)
Jack Riewoldt (Richmond)
Bradley Hill (St Kilda)
Callum Mills (Sydney Swans)
Brad Sheppard (West Coast Eagles)
Elliot Yeo (West Coast Eagles)
Jason Johannisen (Western Bulldogs)
Coaching panel: John Longmire (senior coach), Stuart Dew, Michael Voss, Mark McVeigh, Joel Corey, Dean Cox
Richmond and the Giants, last year’s Grand Final combatants, feature most prominently, with six players from each team to feature across the Vics and All-Stars.
Nine of the top 10 from last year’s Brownlow Medal count will take to the field, including the winner Nat Fyfe (All-Stars).
Young Saint Jade Gresham is arguably the game’s bolter and will be the youngest Victorian out there. Overall, Swan and All-Star Callum Mills will be the youngest player on the field.
The midfield match-ups will be tantalising, with Brodie Grundy and Todd Goldstein to face-off in the ruck. Victoria will unleash Dustin Martin, Patrick Dangerfield and Marcus Bontempelli against the likes of Nat Fyfe, Patrick Cripps and Lachie Neale.
Reigning Coleman Medallist Jeremy Cameron will spearhead Victoria’s forward line, with Lion Harris Andrews likely to match up on him.
Four clubs have just one player represented in the squad: Patrick Cripps (Carlton), Adam Saad (Essendon), Lachie Weller (Gold Coast Suns) and Neville Jetta (Melbourne).