Collingwood will go into the semi-final clash against Geelong unchanged on Saturday night.

The Pies got through the elimination final unscathed, and senior coach Nathan Buckley has opt for the same 22 to take on the Cats at the Gabba.

A matchup to look forward to is Jordan Roughead and Coleman Medallist Tom Hawkins, although Buckley is aware of the Geelong’s dangerous forward mix.

"We like 'Roughy' – he's a good match-up for Tom and played a pretty good game on him last time in Perth," Buckley said.

"They're both big boys; they'll be around each other for most of the night. (But) we're not going to fall for being just Tom Hawkins conscious.”

"Geelong was the heaviest-scoring side in the home and away and they did so because they had multiple score sources, so we'll look to make sure we have plans for all of that."

The Geelong-Collingwood rivalry has an extensive history, with the pair set to meet for the 25th time in a finals series.

Our emergencies are Will Kelly, Tyler Brown, Travis Varcoe and Mark Keane.

The first bounce at the Gabba is set for 7.40pm (AEDT). Tune in live on Channel 7, Fox Footy and on AFL Live Pass.

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Geelong v Collingwood
AFL Semi Final
Saturday 10 September
Gabba, 7.40pm (AEDT)

B: Jack Crisp, Jordan Roughead, Jack Madgen
Brayden Maynard, Darcy Moore, Isaac Quaynor
C: Chris Mayne, Adam Treloar, Josh Daicos
Will Hoskin-Elliott, Brody Mihocek, Josh Thomas
 Jamie Elliott, Mason Cox, Jordan De Goey
Foll: Brodie Grundy, Taylor Adams, Scott Pendlebury
Jaidyn Stephenson, John Noble, Levi Greenwood, Darcy Cameron

Emerg: Will Kelly, Tyler Brown, Travis Varcoe, Mark Keane