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AFL ROUND 8 FIXTURE (All times AEST)

PORT ADELAIDE v WESTERN BULLDOGS

Friday May 6, 7:30pm at Adelaide Oval

Power’s Round 7 team

B: R.Burton, A.Aliir, T.Clurey

HB: D.Houston, T.Jonas, D.Byrne-Jones

C: K.Amon, W.Drew, R.Bonner

HF: Z.Butters, M.Georgiades, C.Rozee

F: R.Gray, T.Marshall, S.Powell-Pepper

FOLL: S.Hayes, O.Wines, T.Boak

I/C: S.Motlop, J.Finlayson, K.Farrell, T.Dumont

EMG: X.Duursma, J.McEntee, S.Mayes, J.Pasini

IN: Nil

OUT: L.Jones (omitted)

Team Tips: The Power are sweating on the extent of Mitch Georgiades’ calf injury, which forced him to be subbed out during its win over St Kilda. If he’s deemed unfit to play, the Power would likely head into the game with just two key forwards – as Charlie Dixon is likely to return via the SANFL – and hope Todd Marshall and Jeremy Finlayson can do the job against the Dogs. Sam Mayes had a monster game in the SANFL, booting 1.1 from 33 disposals, 10 clearances, eight tackles and six inside 50s to put his hand up for an AFL return. He’d be competing with Jed McEntee, Jackson Mead, Lachie Jones and Xavier Duursma for a place in the starting 22. One to keep an eye on is father-son rookie pick Taj Schofield, who’s put together an impressive three-week SANFL block, punctuated by his two-goal, 24-disposal outing against Glenelg.

 

 

Midseason trades for AFL? | 03:14

 

Bulldogs’ Round 7 team

B: E.Richards, R.Gardner, T.Duryea

HB: C.Daniel, T.O’Brien, B.Dale

C: L.McNeil, J.Macrae, R.Smith

HF: B.Smith, Z.Cordy, J.Dunkley

F: T.Liberatore, A.Naughton, C.Weightman

FOLL: S.Martin, M.Bontempelli, A.Treloar

I/C: R.McComb, L.Vandermeer, M.Wallis, B.Williams

EMG: H.Crozier, J.Schache, R.West, J.Sweet

IN: R.Smith, L.Vandermeer, M.Wallis

OUT: A.Scott (HS Protocol), J.Schache, J.Ugle-Hagan (both omitted), R.West (sub)

Team Tips: A tough turnaround for the Dogs, who’ll be coming off a five-day break following their win over Essendon. Mitch Wallis is in doubt after being subbed out with a foot injury, with Anthony Scott likely to come back into the side after exiting health and safety protocols. If Wallis is deemed unfit, that might be the only forced change at the Dogs, with coach Luke Beveridge lauding his side’s even spread of contributors after Sunday’s win. Beveridge said star forward Aaron Naughton “should be OK” to face the Power despite feeling “a little bit sore throughout the course of the game” against the Bombers. Key-position players Tim English and Alex Keath appear at least another week or two away from returning. Hayden Crozier and Rhylee West, who had 27 and 26 disposals respectively in the VFL, would be in the selection mix, while Buku Khamis is banging down the door after 10 goals from his past three VFL games.

FREMANTLE v NORTH MELBOURNE

Friday May 6, 8:40pm at Optus Stadium

Dockers’ Round 7 team

B: B.Cox, A.Pearce, G.Logue

HB: B.Acres, L.Ryan, J.Clark

C: T.Colyer, A.Brayshaw, J.Aish

HF: M.Walters, J.Treacy, S.Switkowski

F: N.O’Driscoll, R.Lobb, L.Schultz

FOLL: L.Meek, W.Brodie, C.Serong

I/C: D.Tucker, D.Mundy, B.Walker, M.Frederick

EMG: B.Banfield, K.Worner, N.Wilson, E.Hughes

IN: J.Treacy, L.Meek

OUT: M.Taberner, S.Darcy (both injured), B.Banfield (omitted)

Team Tips: It’ll be a nervous week at Fremantle after its big win over Geelong. Rory Lobb, Blake Acres and Travis Colyer are believed to isolating, ruling them out against the Roos, although the club is yet to confirm anything. Sean Darcy and Neil Erasmus (both concussion) and Joel Hamling (knee) are listed as tests, while Hayden Young and Heath Chapman will be eligible to return from their isolation periods. But Matt Taberner is set to miss several more weeks with a hamstring strain. If they need to lean on any further depth, Connor Blakely racked up 31 disposals and 11 marks in the WAFL, and unused medical sub Bailey Banfield, Nathan Wilson and Ethan Hughes are other handy reinforcements. Pick 8 draftee Jye Amiss could also come in the frame for his AFL debut.

 

 

Dockers trio enter COVID protocols | 00:22

 

Kangaroos’ Round 7 team

B: K.Turner, A.Corr, La.Young

HB: L.McDonald, J.Walker, J.Ziebell

C: C.Taylor, L.Davies-Uniacke, B.Scott

HF: J.Stephenson, N.Larkey, T.Thomas

F: P.Curtis, C.Zurhaar, J.Mahony

FOLL: T.Goldstein, J.Simpkin, J.Horne-Francis

I/C: A.Bonar, H.Greenwood, C.Coleman-Jones, F.Perez

EMG: A.Bosenavulagi, T.Powell, M.Bergman, C.Comben

IN: J.Stephenson, A.Bonar, C.Coleman-Jones

OUT: A.Bosenavulagi (omitted), B.McKay (suspended), T.Xerri (injured), E.Ford (sub)

Team Tips: Nick Larkey will miss for the Kangaroos after copping a one-game suspension for tunneling, while Miller Bergan will also come out of the side with a shoulder injury. Defensive reinforcements are on the way though, with Ben McKay set to return from suspension, and potentially, Aidan Corr, who was a late out against Carlton with a shoulder issue. Tom Powell (18 disposals) could earn a reprieve after a solid VFL showing, while Jed Anderson (13 disposals, six tackles, one goal) will also be in the mix for his first game of the season.

 

 

JHF lauded for flying the flag for Roos | 01:27

 

RICHMOND v COLLINGWOOD

Saturday May 7, 1:45pm at the MCG

Tigers’ Round 7 team

B: J.Gibcus, N.Balta, D.Grimes

HB: L.Baker, N.Vlastuin, D.Rioli

C: K.McIntosh, J.Short, S.Edwards

HF: J.Castagna, K.Lambert, S.Bolton

F: T.Lynch, S.Stack, J.Riewoldt

FOLL: T.Nankervis, D.Prestia, R.Collier-Dawkins

I/C: N.Broad, J.Graham, I.Soldo, M.Rioli

EMG: B.Nyuon, J.Aarts, R.Mansell, J.Ross

IN: D.Grimes, K.Lambert, S.Stack, I.Soldo, M.Rioli

OUT: J.Ross, R.Mansell, M.Parker (all omitted), T.Dow (injured), R.Tarrant, T.Cotchin (both managed)

Team Tips: There’s a selection squeeze at the Tigers ahead of Saturday’s blockbuster clash, with several players that were part of the 109-point win going to be stiff to miss the clash against the Pies. Room will, of course, be made for superstar Dustin Martin, who’s set to play his first AFL game since Round 1, while triple premiership skipper Trent Cotchin should also return. Veteran defender Robbie Tarrant, who was managed on a five-day break, will be available, as will Marlion Pickett. So who misses out? Injury-prone Dion Prestia is in doubt after he was subbed out at three-quarter time with an Achilles injury, although Richmond is reportedly confident he’ll be fit to face the Pies off an eight-day break. The most likely candidates to make way would be Sydney Stack (five disposals) and Jack Ross (activated sub), but Maurice Rioli (three goals) and Riley Collier-Dawkins (16 disposals) would be incredibly unlucky to miss out.

Magpies’ Round 7 team

B: I.Quaynor, D.Moore, J.Crisp

HB: B.Maynard, J.Howe, J.Daicos

C: S.Sidebottom, T.Adams, J.Noble

HF: W.Hoskin-Elliott, J.Ginnivan, B.Mihocek

F: T.Brown, J.De Goey, R.McInnes

FOLL: D.Cameron, P.Lipinski, S.Pendlebury

I/C: A.Begg, N.Daicos, B.McCreery, J.Madgen

EMG: T.Bianco, C.Brown, M.Cox, O.Henry

IN: T.Brown, A.Begg

OUT: N.Kreuger, B.Grundy (both injured), C.Brown (sub)

Team Tips: The Pies will have to consider Ollie Henry, who starred in the VFL with 7.3 from 17 disposals and 10 marks. Tyler Brown could come out for Henry, who has the versatility to play as a high half-forward or deep in the forward line. It also appears debutant Aiden Begg will hold his spot after managing 15 touches and three clearances against the Suns, with Mason Cox set to remain in the VFL despite kicking 3.1 from 21 disposals, seven marks, eight clearances and 25 hit-outs. Key defender Jordan Roughead could return from injury.

SYDNEY SWANS v GOLD COAST SUNS

Saturday May 7, 1:45pm at the SCG

Swans’ Round 7 team

B: H.Cunningham, D.Rampe, B.Campbell

HB: J.Lloyd, T.McCartin, J.McInerney

C: O.Florent, C.Mills, N.Blakey

HF: L.Parker, L.Frankin, W.Hayward

F: B.Ronke, S.Reid, H.McLean

FOLL: P.Ladhams, I.Heeney, C.Warner

I/C: E.Gulden, J.Kennedy, J.Rowbottom, T.Papley

EMG: C.Sinclair, W.Gould, D.Stephens, J.Bell

IN: S.Reid, T.Papley

OUT: P.McCartin, L.McDonald (both injured), J.Bell (omitted)

Team Tips: The Swans were well beaten for the first time this season, albeit to a bona fide contender in the Brisbane Lions. Harry Cunningham was subbed out late with a groin injury as the only casualty from the loss. But they’re set to be bolstered by the potential returns of Paddy McCartin and Logan McDonald (concussion) and crucial ruckman Tom Hickey (knee). “Paddy and Logan are absolutely right in that (selection) frame,” John Longmire said on Tuesday, adding “he (Hickey) is a strong chance as well.” Hickey has not played since a knee injury in Round 3. They could potentially replace Cunningham, Sam Reid and/or Hayden McLean. Ben Ronke’s spot could also come under threat after going goalless with just nine touches. Ryan Clarke racked up 38 disposals and 10 marks in the VFL and could come in for his season debut.

 

 

Swans star pair UNDER FIRE | 02:14

 

Suns’ Round 7 team

B: C.Budarick, S.Collins, S.Lemmens

HB: L.Weller, C.Ballard, J.Farrar

C: D.Swallow, T.Miller, B.Ellis

HF: B.Ainsworth, L.Casboult, I.Rankine

F: J.Lukosius, M.Chol, N.Holman

FOLL: J.Witts, M.Rowell, N.Anderson

I/C: A.Davies, B.Fiorini, D.Macpherson, M.Rosas

EMG: R.Atkins, C.Burgess, O.Markov, J.Sharp

IN: J.Farrar, J.Lukosius, D.Macpherson, M.Rosas

OUT: O.Markov, J.Sharp (both omitted), W.Powell, C.Burgess, J.Corbett (all injured)

Team Tips: The Suns will go back to the drawing board after a 25-point loss to the Magpies, although they didn’t get a lot wrong on the day. Connor Budarick rolled his ankle that could force him out of the side, potentially opening the door for Jeremy Sharp to earn a reprieve. Jack Bowes returned from off-season shoulder surgery via the VFL, and could be made to continue to build up fitness and form. Charlie Constable (26 disposals) and Elijah Hollands (23 disposals) are also putting pressure on following strong VFL performances. Izak Rankine (eight disposals) was quiet against the Pies and could test Stuart Dew’s patience, while Darcy MacPherson, Jy Farrar and Malcolm Rosas could also be casualties.

GWS GIANTS v GEELONG CATS

Saturday May 7, 4:35pm at Manuka Oval

Giants’ Round 7 team

B: L.Keeffe, S.Taylor, I.Cumming

HB: A.Kennedy, N.Haynes, H.Perryman

C: L.Whitfield, C.Ward, L.Ash

HF: T.Taranto, H.Himmelberg, S.Coniglio

F: B.Hill, J.Hogan, T.Greene

FOLL: B.Preuss, J.Kelly, T.Green

I/C: M.Flynn, F.Callaghan, C.Hamilton, C.Idun

EMG: M.de Boer, J.Wehr, J.Riccardi, J.Stein

IN: J.Hogan, C.Hamilton

OUT: T.Bruhn, J.Stein (both omitted), M.de Boer (sub)

Team Tips: The Giants were back on the winners list and may have found their best overall mix moving forward, most importantly getting through the game unscathed. Although Jake Riccardi’s dominant nine-goal performance in the VFL will give Leon Cameron plenty to think about. Working against Riccardi is not only the Giants recording a big win, but also Jesse Hogan (four goals) playing well, and there may only be room for one of them in the same team. Jarrod Brander (25 disposals, 15 marks) was also busy in the VFL, but it’s hard to see a spot opening up for him, with debutant Cooper Hamilton and Finn Callaghan both solid and Matthew Flynn backing up Braydon Preuss in the ruck.

Cats’ Round 7 team

B: S.De Koning, M.Blicavs, J.Bews

HB: J.Kolodjashnij, T.Stewart, T.Atkins

C: M.Duncan, C.Guthrie, I.Smith

HF: O.Dempsey, J.Cameron, M.O’Connor

F: B.Close, T.Hawkins, T.Stengle

FOLL: R.Stanley, M.Holmes, J.Selwood

I/C: Z.Tuohy, B.Parfitt, S.Higgins, G.Miers

EMG: C.Stephens, L.Dahlhaus, Z.Guthrie, E.Ratugolea

IN: Nil

OUT: L.Dahlhaus (sub)

Team Tips: Max Holmes is set for a stint on the sidelines after suffering an ankle injury against Fremantle. His absence could open the door for Cooper Stephens, who had 22 disposals in the VFL, to make his debut, while last week’s medical Luke Dahlhaus as well as Zach Guthrie will be in the mix. Patrick Dangerfield completed a two-hour training session on Monday as he hoped to return from a two-game absence due to a corked calf. Oliver Dempsey likely makes way regardless after recording just three disposals in his second AFL game.

 

 

Cats hopeful of regaining Dangerfield | 01:27

 

ESSENDON v HAWTHORN

Saturday May 7, 7:25pm at Marvel Stadium

Bombers’ Round 7 team

B: D.Heppell, Z.Reid, J.Ridley

HB: A.McGrath, J.Kelly, M.Redman

C: N.Martin, Z.Merrett, N.Cox

HF: A.Perkins, A.Waterman, M.Guelfi

F: B.Hobbs, P.Wright, S.Durham

FOLL: S.Draper, D.Parish, J.Stringer

I/C: T.Cutler, J.Laverde, J.Caldwell, K.Baldwin

EMG: N.Hind, D.Shiel, N.Bryan, B.Zerk-Thatcher

IN: Z.Reid, T.Cutler

OUT: B.Zerk-Thatcher, D.Shiel (both omitted), N.Hind (sub)

Team Tips: All eyes will be on the Bombers’ match committee this week after their poor 32-point loss to the Bulldogs. They appeared to make a statement by dropping midfielder Dylan Shiel but then picked him as the sub, which saw him play the second half of Sunday’s match. Shiel had 11 disposals in the second half, but five of them came within the opening minutes of the third term. Don’t be surprised to see Shiel in the VFL this week. Alec Waterman and Kaine Baldwin kicked one goal from 12 disposals combined, but the ball barely spent any time inside the Bombers’ forward half. Coach Ben Rutten said the club was “hopeful” that Nik Cox, who was subbed out at half-time with an ankle injury, would be fine to face Hawthorn off a six-day break. Nick Hind and Brayden Ham would be contenders to come back into the AFL team after solid VFL outings against Footscray, while Tom Hird would surely now be in the mix after booting three goals and averaging 23 disposals from his past two VFL games.

 

 

Essendon ‘just average’ not terrible | 03:52

 

Hawks’ Round 7 team

B: J.Scrimshaw, S.Frost, B.Hardwick

HB: H.Morrison, J.Sicily, W.Day

C: J.O’Meara, T.Mitchell, L.Shiels

HF: C.Nash, L.Breust, C.Macdonald

F: D.Moore, J.Gunston, J.Impey

FOLL: M.Lynch, J.Newcombe, J.Worpel

I/C: J.Callow, L.Bramble, C.Wingard, J.Koschitzke

EMG: F.Maginness, D.Grainger-Barras, N.Long, D.Howe

IN: J.Callow, L.Bramble

OUT: J.Ward, D.Grainger-Barras (both managed), F.Maginness (omitted)

Team Tips: The Hawks could be boosted by the return of young gun duo Changkuoth Jiath and Mitch Lewis from hamstring injuries, although they will be tested later in the week. If Lewis is deemed fit, could come in for Jackson Callow, who made his debut against the Demons. However the Hawks could also retain Callow considering Irishman Conor Nash is in doubt to face Essendon with a quad issue. Liam Shiels (10 disposals) and Lachlan Bramble (eight) would also be a touch nervous about selection. Daniel Howe had 23 touches in a full VFL game for Box Hill – less than 24 hours after replacing Nash at AFL level – while Emerson Jeka booted three goals.

BRISBANE LIONS v WEST COAST EAGLES

Saturday May 7, 7:25pm at the Gabba

Lions’ Round 7 team

B: D.Gardiner, H.Andrews, M.Adams

HB: B.Starcevich, D.Rich, D.Zorko

C: N.Answerth, J.Berry, H.McCluggage

HF: Z.Bailey, D.McStay, L.McCarthy

F: C.Rayner, J.Daniher, C.Cameron

FOLL: O.McInerney, J.Lyons, L.Neale

I/C: C.Ah Chee, K.Coleman, J.Prior, D.Fort

EMG: D.Robertson, N.Cockatoo, J.Madden, T.Fullarton

IN: None

OUT: K.Lohmann (injured)

Team Tips: Joe Daniher is set to miss the next four to six weeks for the Lions in a massive blow as the club will need to reshuffle its forward mix. With Dan McStay in such strong form, it may not need to replace Daniher with another key position player. Although Tom Fullarton, despite a quiet VFL outing, is the obvious candidate until Eric Hipwood is deemed fit to return. Jaxon Prior was also struck down with a knee injury to open up another spot in the team. Mitch Robinson (26 disposals, one goal) could earn a reprieve after a strong VFL showing, , but coach Chris Fagan last week indicated the veteran was likely to have a stretch of games in the reserve Rhys Mathieson (28 disposals) and Deven Robertson (22 disposals, nine tackles, two goals) also played well in the seconds and Nakia Cockatoo booted three goals.

 

 

Daniher likely to miss 4-6 weeks | 01:16

 

Eagles’ Round 7 team

B: S.Hurn, T.Barrass, H.Edwards

HB: A.Witherden, J.McGovern, L.Duggan

C: P.Naish, T.Kelly, C.West

HF: W.Rioli, J.Darling, J.Cripps

F: J.Waterman, J.Kennedy, L.Ryan

FOLL: L.Strnadica, J.Redden, L.Shuey

I/C: X.O’Neill, J.Nelson, G.Clark, S.Petrevski-Seton

EMG: A.Gaff, Z.Langdon, J.Rotham, H.Dixon

IN: J.McGovern, G.Clark, S.Petrevski-Seton

OUT: Z.Langdon (omitted), B.Williams, E.Yeo (both injured), L.Foley (HS Protocol)

Team Tips: The hits keep coming for the Eagles as Luke Strnadica, Alex Witherden and Jackson Nelson will all miss after entering Covid-19 protocols. Furthermore, Elliot Yeo has been ruled out with concussion, while Willie Rioli (hamstring), Xavier O’Neill (knee) and Liam Ryan (knee knock)are all under injury clouds, and Zac Langdon hurt his ankle in the WAFL. It’ll hope to get Luke Foley (health and safety protocols), Bailey Williams and Tom Barrass (both injured) back, or West Coast may need to lean on its Covid-19 contingency list again. As for who could come in, Jamaine Jones and Josh Rotham had solid outings in the WAFL with 26 and 21 disposals respectively, while Jack Petruccelle (2 goals) and Jack Williams (three goals) hit the scoreboard. And could the Eagles look at using a 43rd player this year? Key-position defender Rhett Bazzo, who is yet to make his debut, had 12 disposals and nine marks in an impressive WAFL outing against Peel Thunder.

 

 

The West Coast Eagles must ‘BLOW IT UP!’ | 03:20

 

MELBOURNE v ST KILDA

Sunday May 8, 1:10pm at the MCG

Demons’ Round 7 team

B: T.Rivers, S.May, J.Smith

HB: J.Jordon, J.Lever, J.Bowey

C: A.Brayshaw, C.Petracca, E.Langdon

HF: T.McDonald, S.Weideman, B.Fritsch

F: T.Bedford, B.Brown, J.Harmes

FOLL: M.Gawn, C.Oliver, J.Viney

I/C: C.Spargo, L.Dunstan, J.Hunt, A.Neal-Bullen

EMG: A.Tomlinson, O.Baker, K.Chandler, M.Brown

IN: J.Lever, T.McDonald, J.Viney

OUT: H.Petty, K.Pickett, L.Jackson, T.Sparrow (all HS Protocol)

Team Tips: The Dees were hit hard by players entering Covid-19 protocols last week and should welcome back all four of Harrison Petty, Kysaiah Pickett, Luke Jackson and Tom Sparrow. So who comes out? Joel Smith is the only forced omission after suffering a shoulder injury, while Jake Melksham, Luke Dunstan, Toby Bedford and Jayden Hunt are the others who could make way. Michael Hibberd is also nearing a return from a calf injury, but will likely come through the VFL. Medical sub Kade Chandler booted three goals in the VFL and and could also come into consideration.

 

 

Demons recognise Indigenous identity | 03:12

 

Saints’ Round 7 team

B: C.Wilkie, D.Howard, J.Battle

HB: B.Paton, D.McKenzie, J.Webster

C: B.Hill, S.Ross, M.Wood

HF: B.Crouch, T.Membrey, D.Butler

F: M.King, J.Gresham, J.Higgins

FOLL: P.Ryder, J.Steele, J.Sinclair

I/C: B.Long, M.Windhager, T.Campbell, N.Wanganeen-Milera

EMG: J.Lienert, T.Highmore, R.Byrnes, M.Owens

IN: P.Ryder, T.Campbell

OUT: R.Marshall, J.Hayes (both injured), J.Lienert (omitted)

Team Tips: The Saints will be hoping to regain Rowan Marshall after the star ruckman missed against Port with a quad injury. If he’s available, Marshall likely comes straight in for Tom Campbell. Gun pair Jack Billings (21 disposals, one goal) and Zak Jones (20 disposals)will also be in the mix after successful returns via the VFL. Brett Ratten would surely be tempted to play the experienced duo against the reigning premiers. Ryan Byrnes (25 disposals, three goals), Tom Highmore (20 disposals, nine marks) and Mitch Owens (14 disposals, two goals) were also busy in the VFL as the pressure for spots heats up. In addition to Campbell, Ben Long and Marcus Windhager are the two obvious ones who could make way.

CARLTON v ADELAIDE CROWS

Sunday May 8, 4:40pm at Marvel Stadium

Blues’ Round 7 team

B: N.Newman, Le.Young, L.Stocker

HB: A.Saad, J.Weitering, S.Docherty

C: L.O’Brien, P.Cripps, J.Newnes

HF: Z.Fisher, C.Curnow, J.Martin

F: S.Walsh, H.McKay, C.Durdin

FOLL: T.De Koning, A.Cerra, M.Kennedy

I/C: J.Silvagni, Z.Williams, M.Owies, J.Carroll

EMG: W.Setterfield, L.Plowman, M.Cottrell

IN: L.Stocker, L.O’Brien, J.Silvagni, M.Kennedy, J.Carroll

OUT: W.Setterfield, M.Cottrell, J.Boyd (all omitted), L.Parks, M.Pittonet, G.Hewett (all injured)

Team Tips: Liam Stocker, who also copped a one-game suspension, just can’t get a good run at it this year on the injury front, subbed out against the Roos with a shoulder issue. If he’s ready to return from a corked calf, George Hewett looms as Stocker’s likely replacement. Lewis Young could also miss against the Crows after copping his own one-match ban pending the outcome of Tuesday’s tribunal hearing. Zac Williams was a late out against North with a calf problem and should slot straight back in, potentially for Young or Lachie Plowman. The Blues’ VFL team also got a big win over the Roos, with Paddy Dow (32 disposals) continuing his dazzling form to potentially force Michael Voss’ hand, while Jordan Boyd also had a strong performance.

Crows’ Round 7 team

B: T.Doedee, J.Butts, L.Brown

HB: B.Smith, B.Frampton, J.Dawson

C: B.Cook, R.Laird, L.Sholl

HF: LMurphy, E.Himmelberg, N.McHenry

F: S.McAdam, T.Walker, J.Rachele

FOLL: R.O’Brien, B.Keays, M.Crouch

I/C: L.Gollant, J.Hately, S.Berry, C.Jones

EMG: D.Fogarty, M.Hinge, L.Pedlar, H.Schoenberg

IN: Nil

OUT: W.Hamill (sub)

Team Tips: The Crows will be forced into at least two changes after both Ned McHenry and Brodie Smith suffered concussions against the Giants. And Matthew Nicks might feel inclined to make further moves after the 59-point loss after going in as favourites following a strong fortnight. James Rowe (24 disposals, one goal) and Mitch Hinge (20 disposals, one goal) could get called upon after strong outings in the SANFL, while Andrew McPherson will be nearing his return from a hamstring issue. Shane McAdam, Lachlan Sholl and Brayden Cook are the most vulnerable of dropping out of the senior side.

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Pada intinya tiap tiap data sgp dapat dibuka secara ringan dan gratis bersama dengan kualitas yang mantap. Dengan begitu kiranya bettor togel singapore sanggup dan mampu laksanakan taruhan togel hongkonģ hari ini bersama dengan percaya diri dan akurat. Silahkan saja nikmati information sgp yang tersedia sebab siapa saja berhak untuk melihatnya.