Former St Kilda and Western Bulldogs Nick Riewoldt and Bob Murphy say Dayne Beams' return to Gabba with Collingwood is a perfect opportunity for Lions to present their statement.
The former Lion will face his former club for the first time since his well-known deal at the end of last season.
AFL 360 co-organizer Mark Robinson shared his thoughts by saying that Lions "avoid" the entire lieutenant.
Riewoldt said the rebroadcasting of Beams was a perfect opportunity to make Gabba a "fortress".
Riewoldt says Fox Footy & # 39; s & quot; I think Gabba is a fortress and this gives a perfect opportunity. AFL 360.
"We do not know exactly what happened behind the scenes.
Murphy says he thinks Lions need to make the environment "hostile" for Beams' return.
"It's the borderline, I was with Robbo – make it hostile and uncomfortable," Murphy said. AFL 360.
"If you go home and want to catch up later, it's okay.
"But if it's for real stuff, it's a pretty big deal."
Riewoldt said taking a hostile approach could be counterproductive if some of the Lions players were caught.
"It may be inconvenient to use the beam, but it can make some players uncomfortable," he said.
"Some athletes want to go out and have a high five, relax and be good friends, so you'll almost put them on the edge.
"I do not know which will work, but some players are not so connected and can have a negative impact."
"It's set well, it's the biggest game I've had at home for a long time.
"Who cares what we think, but this is for them. This is for their group, against your entire track – it's very special."
Brisbane started the season with three great victories, followed by a loss of reality confirmation of bombers in the fourth round.
However, conflict with PiTi can be a true litmus test that a young team can test on its own.
"I was having a conversation with someone today and they said," Oh, no, I will not be nervous, "Murphy said.
"Of course they are nervous, but I have played a game that's not a sort of relationship and I do not want to use unrelated words, but it's not as important as other clubs.
"They would jump off the skin for a big show ti, and they became competitors with a packed house.
"You do not have to be confident and they do not have to win, but if you meet this contest, you can go into the last quarter and get to know everyone else." Do not worry about what we think, but think for yourself. Maybe we are more than we think. "
Riewoldt compared the game when St Kilda settled in 2004 as an ascendant then defeating the triple triple-premier Brisbane.
He said he could show Lions win the pie.
"I am very confident and very important," Riewoldt said.
"We met a legitimate competitor because we think of a young group, a young group to move forward, who can identify all the games that look back at their career.
"It was the sixth round in 2004. In the first place we were in, we thought we were great, it's like Brisbane right now, and we fought against Brisbane, which won three straight games. We have now pointed out that it is Marvel, and that is for us.
"At that time we did rubber stamps … but it was for us, it was the moment we thought it was okay, we were good enough.
"So for Brisbane, I think I'm structured in a similar way."