Fremantle gets home against Hawthorn by 15 points at home in Perth, as Melbourne enjoys a 25-point triumph over the Cats.
Earlier, the Crows beat the Kangaroos by 41 points.
Look back at how the Sunday AFL action unfolded.
Fremantle vs Hawthorn
Demons maintain perfect start
A star turn from Christian Petracca has helped Melbourne see off Geelong by 25 points and record its best start to a season in 27 years.
The Demons overcame a wasteful start — and the loss of Steven May to injury in the second quarter — to beat the Cats 12.13 (85) to 9.6 (60) in front of 33,728 spectators at the MCG and go 4-0 for the first time since 1994.
Petracca dominated with 36 disposals, nine clearances and two goals, while Bayley Fritsch (four goals), Max Gawn (41 hit-outs and 23 disposals), Ed Langdon and Jake Lever were excellent.
Cats skipper Joel Selwood (30 disposals) did a mountain of work at the stoppages, while Tom Stewart and Cam Guthrie were also influential.
Geelong lost Brandan Parfitt (hip) before the game, with Quinton Narkle a late inclusion.
As expected, Cats tagger Mark O’Connor gravitated towards Clayton Oliver, who fought through the game to finish with 34 touches but it was Petracca who proved the main event.
The 25-year-old drew first blood when he burst forward to crumb Luke Jackson’s marking effort but from there the Demons were largely wasteful throughout the first and second terms, despite dominating possession.
May was substituted off in the second quarter for Tom Sparrow after he was left bleeding profusely above his right eye when Geelong’s Tom Hawkins threw his elbow back in a bid to break a tackle.
The defender was later taken to hospital for further assessment, with concerns over a potential eye socket injury.
Fritsch booted three goals in the second quarter alone, while Petracca snapped his second with the last kick of the first half to nudge Melbourne’s lead out to 23 points.
The Demons got out to a 30-point advantage in the third term before consecutive goals from Hawkins, Jack Henry and Isaac Smith ate away at Melbourne’s lead.
Smith’s second snap late in the quarter cut the deficit to 12 points at the final change to set up a blockbuster finish.
But Langdon and Fritsch both quickly snared goals from tough angles to give the Demons some breathing room, before Jake Melksham sealed the result late.
Crows run away from winless Roos
Adelaide has broken North Melbourne hearts by powering away for a 41-point victory at Docklands to extend the Kangaroos’ AFL losing streak to 12 matches.
After being embarrassed by 128 points in their marquee Good Friday match last week, the Kangaroos responded in fierce fashion to give the Crows some nervous moments this afternoon.
But Adelaide weathered the Kangaroos’ gallant charge to slam through eight final-quarter goals to one and win 16.13 (109) to 10.8 (68).
After winning just three matches last year to collect the club’s first wooden spoon, the Crows find themselves inside the top-eight with a 3-1 record.
The Kangaroos took a four-point lead into the last term after dominating the second and third quarters, but the Crows ran out the match far stronger as their opponents faded badly.
The home side was left reeling when Cam Zurhaar (concussion) and Luke McDonald (pectoral muscle) were ruled out of the match after hurting themselves within seconds of each other.
The pair went straight to the bench, with medical sub Lachie Young activated into the match in the first term.
Winless through four matches this season, the Kangaroos’ last win was back in round nine of the 2020 season when they smashed Adelaide by 69 points.
Rejuvenated Adelaide veteran Taylor Walker extended his lead in the Coleman Medal race with three goals, including the opening two of the match in what seemed to be an ominous sign for the Kangaroos.
Walker enjoyed terrific support up forward and Darcy Fogarty made the most of his opportunities with three goals from just five kicks.
Crows young gun Lachlan Sholl had a career-best game with 31disposals, while Rory Laird and Ben Keays were influential.