THE SUNDAY FOOTY SHOW discusses coronavirus and hubs

With a positive coronavirus case, a new hub in Western Australia and some cracking games of weekend footy, The Sunday Footy Show has plenty to inform and excite footy fans about this Sunday at the special time of 12.00pm on Nine and 9Now.

The best players from the Saturday winners list will join The Sunday Footy Show panel live this week: Tony Jones, Billy Brownless, Matthew Lloyd, Nathan Brown, Kane Cornes and Damian Barrett.

There’s a second edition of the new segment, Sliding Doors. This week Tony Jones will reveal the moment from 2014 that triggered the Richmond Tigers’ march to premiership glory three years later, in 2017.

Billy’s List will count down Billy Brownless’s Top 5 famous coin toss moments.

Lloydy’s Deep Dive will take a look back at former Hawthorn champion Buddy Franklin, who booted a career best 13 goals against North Melbourne in 2012. The Hawks and Kangaroos face off this Sunday, so the panel will take a trip down memory lane to recall some of their big days out from the past.

Plus the popular segments Caught My Eye, Browny’s Quiz and Vol-Kane-O.

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The Sunday AFL Footy Show – at the special time of 12:00pm Sunday on Nine and 9NOW

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