Jake chalks up game 150

Jake Kolodjashnij will play game number 150 for the Cats. (Louisa Jones) 159046_04

Geelong will be aiming for 11 consecutive wins when it faces St Kilda in a Saturday night blockbuster at GMHBA Stadium.

The Cats will start favourites in all of their final three home and away games, which means they would win the minor premiership.

Geelong faces the Saints tomorrow, Gold Coast at Metricon Stadium in round 22 and then West Coast at home to finish off the season.

The Cats are already a game clear of Melbourne in second spot.

Jake Kolodjashnij will play his 150th senior game tomorrow.

“It’s gone super quick, to be honest, I can still remember my first game like it was yesterday,” he said.

“It’s pretty humbling to be a part of such a great footy club and I”m just grateful that I had the opportunity as an 18-year-old to hone my craft, and learn from some great people.

“It’s been a really good journey and it’s gone a lot quicker than I imagined it would but it’s really humbling to play 150 for such a great club.”

The 26-year-old key defender has been a key member of Geelong’s line-up since he was drafted at number 41 in the 2013 draft.

Even though the Cats are premiership favourites, Kolodjashnij said there was still work to be done.

“Once we get the game on our terms and we’re feeling confident and good about ourselves, we can take it to anyone,” he said.

“The challenge for us going forward is doing that for four quarters now and not leaving it too late, and not letting teams jump us at the start.”