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9th June, 2014

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Melbourne vs. Collingwood

Melbourne Cricket Ground
2014 AFL Premiership June 10, 2014
Collingwood won by 33 points
Melbourne Collingwood
 Goal Behinds Points Goal Behinds Points
Q1139   128
Q22416   3725
Q33624   51040
Q431028   81361

B Colin Garland, Lynden Dunn, Neville Jetta
HB Jack Grimes, Tom McDonald, Jeremy Howe
C Daniel Cross, Dom Tyson, Bernie Vince
HF Rohan Bail, James Frawley, Matt Jones
F Cameron Pedersen, Chris Dawes, Jack Watts
FOL Mark Jamar, Nathan Jones, Jack Viney
I/C Max Gawn, Jay Kennedy-Harris, Dean Terlich, Christian Salem

B Tom Langdon, Jack Frost, Alan Toovey
HB Marley Williams, Lachlan Keeffe, Tyson Goldsack
C Dane Swan, Brent Macaffer, Heritier Lumumba
HF Alex Fasolo, Jesse White, Jarryd Blair
F Luke Ball, Travis Cloke, Jamie Elliott
FOL Jarrod Witts, Dayne Beams, Scott Pendlebury
I/C Sam Dwyer, Clinton Young, Josh Thomas, Paul Seedsman

Bounce: 3:20pm (AEST)
Venue: MCG
TV: Seven (LIVE), Fox Footy (LIVE)
Last 5: Demons (LWLWL), Magpies (WWLWW)
Betting: Demons $5.00, Magpies $1.19
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9th June, 2014
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The Melbourne Demons‘ stocks are rising, but they will be put to the test in a big way when they host a Collingwood Magpies outfit looking to secure a top four spot. Join The Roar for live scores from 3:20pm (AEST).

The positive impact of placing Paul Roos at the helm of a once wayward Demons outfit is starting to be truly felt.

Melbourne have put forward some strong performances in recent weeks, and despite not all securing premiership points, they have inspired belief in their fans, and more importantly, themselves.

The Dees welcome Chris Dawes back into their forward line for this clash – the former Pie will be fired up against his old side, and could provide the spark Melbourne require for an upset.

Collingwood have been tracking along nicely in 2014 and this match offers them the chance to move into fourth on the ladder.

Although they lose the class of Steele Sidebottom (who will watch from the sidelines for the next few weeks following a rough bump last round), Collingwood welcome back Brownlow medalist, Dane Swan – a player who revels in big games. Swan racked up 39 touches in the corresponding fixture last year and a monster 42 disposals in 2012.

The Magpie army will be out in force for this Queens Birthday clash, and unless the Demons have a good plan for stopping Swan, he’ll surely give them lots to cheer about today.

In Round 11 last season, the Magpies thumped the Demons 122 to 39. In fact, we have to look back to 2010 to find the last time the Demons earned some points against the Pies – but on that occasion it was still only a draw.

The big crowd and a couple of fired up sides will make for a high intensity and entertaining clash on the ‘G today. We can expect the Demons to push the Magpies, but a victory looks like too much of a task.


Collingwood by 24.

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