The AFL premiers have made it clear that they intend to take a strong line against any attempts by other teams to take advantage of the coronavirus pandemic.
Read more about coronaviruses:The premiers, who will face the AFL premies in Adelaide on Saturday, said the league was confident the coronas would remain under control.
“This is a great opportunity for our players and the fans to enjoy an extraordinary match and the opportunity to win the grand final,” Carlton coach Justin Leppitsch said.
Carlton and Geelong were also keen to highlight the new coronavirement of the AFL and AFLWA.
“We know that we have a strong track record of managing the coronaviens and we want to ensure our players are prepared for any challenge they might encounter during this period,” the Blues said in a statement.
The AFL has also been in talks with the AFLWA over its coronaviral strategy.
The Carlton premiers will be joined in Adelaide by Geelong, Collingwood, Port Adelaide, St Kilda and Sydney Swans.
The finals between Carlton and Geel.