Geelong’s milestone man Jeremy Cameron is determined to display his best against a resurgent Richmond in a blockbuster AFL showdown at the MCG.
Cameron, who will play his 200th AFL game on Saturday, has rocketed into contention to claim his second Coleman Medal with 39 goals this season.
The 29-year-old only trails leader, Carlton’s Charlie Curnow, by one goal heading into round 15.
Cameron has dined out on teams outside the top eight this season, booting bags against North Melbourne, the Western Bulldogs and GWS, but has struggled against finals contenders Sydney, the Brisbane Lions and Fremantle.
The former Giants star, who is in his second season at GMHBA Stadium, wants to lift his underwhelming performances in big games this year.
Richmond have jumped into sixth with a 8-5 record by winning four of their last five games to put themselves in genuine premiership contention.