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13th April, 2014

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St Kilda vs. Adelaide

Etihad Stadium
2014 AFL Premiership April 14, 2014
Adelaide won by 86 points
St Kilda Adelaide
 Goal Behinds Points Goal Behinds Points
Q12214   4428
Q23220   91064
Q36642   1514104
Q47850   2016136
St Kilda
FB: Sean Dempster, Luke Delaney, Jack Newnes
HB: Nathan Wright, James Gwilt, Farren Ray
C: Jimmy Webster, Lenny Hayes, Jarryn Geary
HF: Clinton Jones, Nick Riewoldt, Leigh Montagna
FF: Eli Templeton, Rhys Stanley, Shane Savage
FOLL: Tom Hickey, David Armitage, Luke Dunstan
SUB: Jack Steven, Tom Lee, Jack Billings, Tom Curren, Josh Bruce, Josh Saunders, Beau Maister
*Three to be Omitted

FB: Kyle Hartigan, Ben Rutten, Rory Laird
HB: Brent Reilly, Daniel Talia, Brodie Smith
C: David Mackay, Patrick Dangerfield, Rory Sloane
HF: Matthew Wright, Josh Jenkins, Matthew Jaensch
FF: Eddie Betts, James Podsiadly, Jared Petrenko
FOLL: Sam Jacobs, Richard Douglas, Matt Crouch
SUB: Scott Thompson, Luke Brown, Sam Kerridge, Sam Shaw, Brodie Martin, Mitch Grigg, Cam Ellis-Yolmen
*Three to be Omitted

Bounce: 3:20pm AEsT
Venue: Etihad Stadium
TV: Fox Footy, Seven
Betting: Saints $2.25, Crows $1.66
Mitch Grigg of the Adelaide Crows lines up a quick kick for goal at the Adelaide Oval. (AAP Image/Ben Macmahon)
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13th April, 2014
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The St Kilda Saints take on the winless Adelaide Crows on Sunday afternoon at Etihad Stadium. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage from 3:20pm (AEST).

The Saints are sitting on two wins and one loss after three rounds, following wins over the Demons and the Giants. Their loss came against the Eagles in Perth last week – a match they managed to contest for three quarters.

They will be confident of putting another win on the board this week against a struggling Crows outfit.

The Crows have not banked a win yet this season, and none of their losses have been particularly impressive.

Their 38-point loss to the Cats in Round 1 was followed by a 54-point loss to the Power and a 63-point loss to the Swans. It’s getting to the stage where this game should be seen as a must-win for the Crows.

The Saints have been forced to make one change for this clash, with Sam Gilbert being unavailable with a foot injury. Jack Steven has been named to the 25 man squad for his season debut, alongside Tom Lee, Jack Billings and Josh Bruce.

The Crows have added three (Sam Shaw, Brodie Martin and Cam Ellis-Yolmen) to their squad from last weekend’s loss.

This matchup has gone the way of the Crows in recent years, with 4 of the last 5 being wins for the boys from Adelaide, including last year’s 40 point win at AAMI Stadium.

The lone win for the Saints came in 2011.


As good as the Saints have been to start this season, you’ve got to assume the Crows will get themselves in order for this match.

The Crows have the more talented list and I’m backing them to put their first win on the board today.

Adelaide by 12.