The Cat quietly making waves, while all attention is on the returning Bulldog: Key AFL players to keep an eye on in Round 6.

Round 6 has arrived, and this year’s competition is wide open, featuring several highly anticipated matches throughout the weekend. Saturday’s lineup is especially promising. With eight games spanning from Thursday to Sunday, involving 16 teams battling it out, Melbourne and Richmond will have a bye.

One of the must-watch games this weekend, undoubtedly the highlight of the round, is the clash between Carlton and GWS Giants on Saturday afternoon at Marvel Stadium.

Another highly anticipated matchup is on Saturday when Collingwood takes on Port Adelaide at the MCG. Whenever these two teams meet, fans expect a fierce and intense contest.

Sunday afternoon will witness North Melbourne hosting Hawthorn, with both teams eager to secure their first win of the season.

In the analysis below, we’ll delve into a player flying under the radar, one needing to elevate their game, another drawing significant attention, a notable matchup, a player possibly exploring a new role, and a player making a comeback in Round 6.

Flying under the radar: Max Holmes
Max Holmes is experiencing a breakout season, building on his impressive performance in 2023. Now in his fourth year, he’s demonstrating his potential as a skilled AFL player while quietly making strides this season.

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