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Adelaide Crows vs Geelong Cats: AFL live scores, blog

12th July, 2018

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Adelaide Crows vs. Geelong Cats

Adelaide Oval
AFL Home and Away July 12, 2018
Adelaide Crows 112, Geelong Cats 97
Adelaide Crows Geelong Cats
 G B Pts G B Pts
Q14327   3321
Q27951   6743
Q3131593   10969
Q41616112   141397
Where: Adelaide Oval
When: 7:50pm (AEST)
TV: Fox Footy
Betting: Adelaide $1.96, Geelong $1.85

B Kyle Hartigan, Daniel Talia, Luke Brown
HB Rory Laird, Kyle Cheney, Wayne Milera
C Jake Kelly, Rory Sloane, Paul Seedsman
HF Tom Lynch, Taylor Walker, Jordan Gallucci
F Eddie Betts, Josh Jenkins, Hugh Greenwood
FOL Sam Jacobs, Matt Crouch, Bryce Gibbs
I/C Riley Knight, Rory Atkins, Tom Doedee, Lachlan Murphy
EMG Myles Poholke, Sam Gibson, Darcy Fogarty, Alex Keath

B Tom Stewart, Jake Kolodjashnij, Zach Tuohy
HB Jed Bews, Mark Blicavs, Cameron Guthrie
C Mitch Duncan, Joel Selwood, Scott Selwood
HF Gary Ablett, Wylie Buzza, Jamaine Jones
F Quinton Narkle, Tom Hawkins, Daniel Menzel
FOL Rhys Stanley, Patrick Dangerfield, Tim Kelly
I/C Jack Henry, Sam Menegola, Brandan Parfitt, Sam Simpson
EMG Ryan Abbott, Jordan Cunico, James Parsons, Jackson Thurlow
The Crows host Geelong. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media/Getty Images)
12th July, 2018

The Adelaide Crows host the Geelong Cats at the Adelaide Oval with both teams desperately requiring a win. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 7:50pm (AEST).

The Crows have one final chance to stake a claim for a spot in the top eight come season’s end and this is it.

With three losses from their last four and a season that has gone from disrupted to disastrous, Adelaide cannot afford to slip three wins away from the top eight – which seems likely considering the match-ups thrown up this weekend.

Last week’s loss to Richmond confirmed where the Crows are at, despite an impressive win against the Eagles a week earlier. The return of Eddie Betts is a big inclusion for the home side.

Geelong are walking a tightrope at the moment. They border somewhere between real top-four contenders and also-rans who could still miss the finals, depending upon to whom you speak. Last week’s win against Sydney was a shot in the arm for Chris Scott’s men and they welcome back Daniel Menzel to the team for this clash.

While the Cats could potentially afford a loss or two on the way home, the reality is that they will still have top-four aspirations and currently sit two wins from that position. If they are to get there, this is a must-win game and one that could even see them tumble out of the eight come the end of the weekend if other results go against them.

There is a lot on the line for Geelong and, despite being on the road in a hostile environment, their excellent defensive capabilities should enable them to grapple their way past the Crows in a low-scoring encounter.

Geelong by three goals.

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