BBC One is set to stream the Eagles’ game against the Bombers live, but there are a few things to keep in mind if you’re trying to watch in person.
Firstly, if you have a broadband connection, you can stream it directly.
The BBC is currently offering an ad-free version of the game.
However, if your internet connection is not up to the task, the BBC will be providing live coverage of the Eagles and Bombers on its YouTube channel.
However you watch it, there are two main things to remember:The live broadcast is live and available for watch on BBC ONE at 11am on Thursday 3 December.
The Eagles have a bye in this fixture, so the Eagles will have to win or draw to have any hope of winning this match.
Bombers are the No.1 ranked side in the AFL and will be hoping to make a strong statement in this game.
The Bombers have had a tough start to the season and have struggled with injuries and form.
They will have some help from the injury list as they will have two key players – Toby Greene and Jake Lloyd.
Both Greene and Lloyd have missed a significant amount of time this year and will not be available to play.
Greene is expected to play on Thursday night and Lloyd is also expected to return for the clash.
Both players were expected to be sidelined with hamstring and calf injuries, but it looks like both are close to returning to full fitness.
The key for the Eagles to win this game is to win the ball, and that is exactly what they did against the Sydney Swans.
They dominated the game from start to finish.
They ran the ball hard, hit the scoreboard and managed to win uncontested possession in the midfield.
Bobby Cox had a great game, he booted two goals, his first of the season, and kicked the first goal of the year to put the Eagles on top.