How to watch the final round of World Cup qualifying action on TV in Australia
The final round will be played at the MCG on Sunday, with the last four games being played at a venue yet to be announced.
AFL.com.au understands the AFL has also indicated it will play some of the games in Sydney or Melbourne, and will play all of them on a Monday afternoon.
In its preliminary results, the AFL is set to face a tough run-in, facing the likes of the Western Bulldogs and Melbourne.
The AFL also faces a tough challenge in the final weekend of qualifying, as both Brisbane and Gold Coast travel to Perth and Perth to face the Roos in the second round.
As well as the Brisbane-Melbourne clash, the Brisbane Lions travel to Adelaide and the Western Derby to the Gold Coast, while the Goldfields visit Gold Coast and the Sydney Swans travel to Brisbane.
The Western Bulldogs, the club in charge of the West Coast Eagles, have lost two of their last three games, with both of those defeats coming at home to the Western Sydney Swersons.
The Bulldogs, who are currently ranked No.2 in the AFL, have also been hampered by a hamstring injury to their leading forward in Josh Gibson, and are now looking at a run of three straight losses, with all of those losses coming against the Western Eagles.
The Brisbane Lions are currently sitting on top of the ladder, with their three wins this season having been against the Golds, Geelong and North Melbourne.
Meanwhile, the Western derby between the Collingwood-Geelong Power is set for a late kick-off and will be a pivotal match, as the Power has played a home and away series against the Cats.
The Collingwoods are currently in fourth place in the ladder with five wins, while they are in eighth place with four wins.
The Power, who have been the hottest team in the competition this season, are also on a roll after their blockbuster victory over the Sydney Roos last week, having now beaten both the Geelong Swans and North Sydney.
The Roos have lost their last two games to the Collings, but have managed to pull off a win over the Power in a clash at Etihad Stadium.
There are still two rounds remaining in the qualifying process, with final games scheduled for Sydney and Adelaide, while Gold Coast is set up to play Gold Coast at home and the Roo host Gold Coast.