FOOTY CLASSIFIED is live after the final siren sounds in Perth

Ahead of 33 games in 20 days, Footy Classified is live tonight at 10.40pm.

Join Sam McClure, Caroline Wilson, Matthew Lloyd and Kane Cornes for the AFL’s best breaking news and analysis on Nine and 9Now.

Tonight, Alastair Clarkson is under fire for taking aim at umpires and the opposition following Hawthorn’s fourth loss in a row.

Compare this to Brett Ratten and his Saints who are sitting pretty in the top four. Kane Cornes and Matthew Lloyd take a look at just what is setting the Saints apart.

Plus, we highlight the mistakes and second guesses that cost Melbourne dearly in their loss to Brisbane.

All this as well as the regular segments: Caro’s Arrow, God Call Bad Call and the Closing Cook.

Join Sam McClure, Caroline Wilson, Matthew Lloyd and Kane Cornes from 10.40pm tonight on Nine and 9Now.

FOOTY CLASSIFIED – TONIGHT AT 10.40PM ON NINE & 9NOW

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