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Adelaide Crows vs Collingwood Magpies: AFL live scores, blog, highlights

13th April, 2018

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Adelaide Crows vs. Collingwood

Adelaide Oval
AFL Home and Away April 13, 2018
Adelaide Crows 58, Collingwood 106
Adelaide Crows Collingwood
 G B Pts G B Pts
Q1117   5232
Q23220   8553
Q36339   11975
Q49458   1610106
When: 7:50pm (AEST)
Where: Adelaide Oval
TV: Live, Fox Footy
Betting: Adelaide Crows $1.18 Collingwood Magpies $5.00

Crows
B Luke Brown, Daniel Talia, Kyle Hartigan
HB Rory Laird, Tom Doedee, Paul Seedsman
C Rory Atkins, Bryce Gibbs,David Mackay
HF Wayne Milera, Darcy Fogarty, Tom Lynch
F Eddie Betts, Taylor Walker, Josh Jenkins
FOL Sam Jacobs, Rory Sloane, Cameron Ellis-Yolmen
I/C Hugh Greenwood, Jake Kelly, Richard Douglas, Mitch McGovern
EMG Jordan Gallucci, Curtly Hampton, Patrick Wilson, Reilly O'Brien

Magpies
B Sam Murray, Lynden Dunn, Brayden Maynard
HB Tom Langdon, Matthew Scharenberg, Jeremy Howe
C Steele Sidebottom, Scott Pendlebury, Tom Phillips
HF Jordan de Goey, Ben Reid, Will Hoskin-Elliott
F Jaidyn Stephenson, Mason Cox, Callum Brown
FOL Brodie Grundy, Adam Treloar, Josh Thomas
I/C Jack Crisp, Travis Varcoe, Ben Crocker, James Aish
EMG Jarryd Blair, Chris Mayne, Alex Fasolo, Brody Mihocek
Rory Sloane of the Crows. (Photo by Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images)
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Friday night football heads to South Australia, as the Adelaide Crows host the Collingwood Magpies. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage of the match from 7:50pm (AEST).

Adelaide are coming off a strong win against the Saints, sitting 2-1 – their only blight being their opening-round loss against Essendon.

Collingwood are 1-2, losses to the Hawks and Giants preceding their win against Carlton.

With Rory Sloane, Bryce Gibbs and Rory Laird in great form, Adelaide look solid around the ground, and the inclusion of talented youngster Darcy Fogarty – who’s booted four goals in the first two matches of his career – only adds to a formidable forward line.

Collingwood were unusually accurate last week, while looking generally strong elsewhere against the Blues. But Carlton are a very different team to the Crows, and they won’t have the home-ground advantage this time.

Both sides have made just the sole change, with Adelaide losing 19-year-old rookie Lachlan Murphy to injury, and including young forward Darcy Fogarty.

Collingwood, for their part, have lost Taylor Adams after the veteran injured his hamstring during training, and have selected Jordan De Goey for the first time after his off-season legal issue.

Prediction
Collingwood were impressive last week, but – you have to remember, with all due respect to the Blues – it was just Carlton. The Crows are a tough team at the best of times, even more so at home.

The hosts will win, and probably fairly comfortably.

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Adelaide by 34 points.

Join The Roar for live scores and a blog of the match from 7:50pm (AEST).