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Richmond vs Collingwood: AFL live scores, blog

20th April, 2013

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Richmond vs. Collingwood

Melbourne Cricket Ground
2013 AFL Premiership April 21, 2013
Collingwood won by 34 points
Richmond Collingwood
 Goal Behinds Points Goal Behinds Points
Q13321   1410
Q26541   5838
Q38654   131290
Q4111379   1617113


B: Steven Morris, Alex Rance, Troy Chaplin
HB: Dylan Grimes, Ricky Petterd, Bachar Houli
C: Chris Newman, Trent Cotchin, Reece Conca
HF: Brett Deledio, Shane Edwards, Dan Jackson
F: Luke McGuane, Jack Riewoldt, Tyrone Vickery
Foll: Ivan Maric, Dustin Martin, Shane Tuck
I/C: Brandon Ellis, Jake King, Shaun Grigg, Chris Knights
Emg: Jake Batchelor, Robin Nahas, Nick Vlastuin


B: Nathan Brown, Alan Toovey, Ben Reid
HB: Marty Clarke, Heath Shaw, Harry O'Brien
C: Steele Sidebottom, Dane Swan, Dale Thomas
HF: Jamie Elliott, Travis Cloke, Quinten Lynch
F: Ben Sinclair, Tyson Goldsack, Sam Dwyer
Foll: Ben Hudson, Scott Pendlebury, Jarryd Blair
I/C: Alex Fasolo, Jordan Russell, Josh Thomas, Paul Seedsman
Emg: Brent Macaffer, Ben Kennedy, Jack Frost

First Bounce: 2.10pm AEST
Venue: Melbourne Cricket Ground
Last Time: Collingwood 12.13 (85) def Richmond 8.16 (64)
History: Richmond 84, Collingwood 114, Drawn 1
Betting: $1.87 Richmond, $1.97 Collingwood
TV: Fox Sports 3 (LIVE)
20th April, 2013
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Get out of the way, the Tiggie train is coming. Richmond will look to build on their best start since 1995 when they meet Collingwood in an early-season blockbuster at the MCG. We’ll have live scores and commentary from 2.10pm AEST.

How much more room is there on the Richmond bandwagon?

After three solid wins over Carlton, St Kilda and Western Bulldogs the Tigers look to be finally making the step up to be a top eight side.

While they’ve been impressive in those matches, none of their opponents so far are likely to play finals, so this afternoon should prove a far more challenging test for Damien Hardwick’s men.

They’ve been installed as favourites against a Collingwood side who were demolished to the tune of 55 points last Sunday against Hawthorn.

To be fair to the Pies they are missing a host of their keys including Jolly, Ball, Beams and Maxwell but coach Nathan Buckley simply will not tolerate a repeat of last Sunday against the Tigers.

Collingwood haven’t lost to Richmond since Round 19, 2007 and have beaten this afternoon’s opponents by an average of 62 points in their last five encounters – but this isn’t the same Richmond side of the past few seasons.

Understandably, the Tiger Army will still head to the MCG this afternoon with a degree of unease after so, so many false dawns over recent decades.

But if the Tigers are finally to experience Melbourne in September they must stand up against a side that have delighted in ragdolling them year after year.


It’s match of the round, and a crowd well over 60,000 is expected. Join us from 2.10pm AEST as we cover all the action from the MCG.