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Adelaide Crows vs Carlton Blues: AFL live scores, blog

5th May, 2018

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Adelaide Crows vs. Carlton

Adelaide Oval
AFL Home and Away May 5, 2018
Adelaide Crows 125, Carlton 70
Adelaide Crows Carlton
 G B Pts G B Pts
Q17244   2113
Q29357   6440
Q315898   7850
Q41911125   101070
When: 7:40pm (AEST)
Where: Adelaide Oval
TV: Live, Seven and Fox Footy
Betting: Adelaide $1.03, Carlton $13

B Luke Brown, Tom Doedee, Andy Otten
HB Rory Laird, Daniel Talia, Wayne Milera
C Paul Seedsman, Matt Crouch, David Mackay
HF Jordan Gallucci, Mitch McGovern, Tom Lynch
F Eddie Betts, Josh Jenkins, Richard Douglas
FOL Sam Jacobs, Bryce Gibbs, Cameron Ellis-Yolmen
I/C Jake Kelly, Hugh Greenwood, Rory Atkins, Darcy Fogarty

B Lachie Plowman, Liam Jones, Kade Simpson
HB Aaron Mullett, Sam Rowe, Cameron O'Shea
C Lochie O'Brien, Patrick Cripps, Zac Fisher
HF Dale Thomas, Harry McKay, Matthew Wright
F Andrew Phillips, Levi Casboult, Jarrod Garlett
FOL Matthew Kreuzer, Ed Curnow, Matthew Kennedy
I/C Paddy Dow, Nick Graham, Sam Kerridge, Sam Petrevski-Seton
Rory Sloane of the Crows walks from the field. (Photo by Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images)
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5th May, 2018
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Match Result:

The Adelaide Crows have belted the Carlton Blues by 55 points on Saturday, but more injury woes will challenge the club moving forward.

Final score
Crows 19.11 (125)
Blues 10.10 (70)

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Match Preview:

The Adelaide Crows host a Carlton Blues outfit coming off six straight losses. Join The Roar for live scores and a blog of the match from 7:40pm (AEST).

This has been Carlton’s worst start to a season in… ever.

On the other side, Adelaide’s form hasn’t been excellent, but they’re sitting 4-2 having lost to Essendon and Collingwood. But no, their third loss won’t be tonight to another of the big Victorian teams.

The Blues’ main man in the middle, Patrick Cripps, will be up against a former main Bluebagger in Bryce Gibbs. It’ll be Gibbs’ first match against his old side, and he’ll be among the biggest names in Adelaide’s midfield given Rory Sloane is yet to return.


Both teams have a number of changes. For the Crows, the injured Taylor Walker is the biggest exclusion, with a managed Riley Knight and omitted Myles Poholke joining him on the sidelines. In good news for the home team, Eddie Betts is back, along with Jake Kelly and Darcy Fogarty.

Carlton have three big outs, with Jack Silvangi dropped, but they’ve also lost Caleb Marshbank and Charlie Curnow to injury. In good news, they’ve regained the important Matthew Kreuzer, Jarrod Pickett and Nick Graham.

This’ll be a thrashing. I don’t usually proclaim any team have ‘no chance’, but Carlton are pretty close to that threshold.

Crows to win, and very comfortably.

Adelaide by 67 points.

Join The Roar for live scores and a blog of the match from 7:40pm (AEST).