Game Chat – Collingwood v Carlton

Written by Father Dougal on June 24 2018

WHERE AND WHEN: MCG, Sunday June 24, 3.20pm

This clash between old enemies should result in a percentage-boosting victory to finals aspirant Collingwood, given both the Magpies’ hot form and Carlton’s deepening woes. The improving Pies have won eight of their past 10 games and should win five in a row for the first time in six years against a Blues side that has won just one game. The ruck duel between Pies star Brodie Grundy and Matthew Kreuzer will be one to watch given both are exceptional at ground level, but the Magpies should have a decided advantage with their star-studded, deep midfield. When they met in round three, Pies captain Scott Pendlebury nullified Blues gun Patrick Cripps around the stoppages, so it will be interesting to see what the Pies have planned this time. The Blues will also have their hands full with Collingwood’s bevy of speedy, medium-sized goalkickers.

R3, 2018, Collingwood 16.4 (100) d Carlton 11.10 (76) at the MCG
R7, 2017, Carlton 12.7 (79) d Collingwood 8.8 (56) at the MCG
R15, 2016, Collingwood 8.9 (57) d Carlton 6.9 (45) at the MCG
R7, 2016, Carlton 15.9 (99) d Collingwood 12.12 (84) at the MCG
R19, 2015, Collingwood 16.9 (105) d Carlton 13.9 (87) at the MCG

Father Dougal’s Tip: Pies by 20

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44 thoughts on “Game Chat – Collingwood v Carlton”

  1. I’m tempted to trade out Dusty for Treloar or Sidebottom to ensure a league win and then trade him back in next week.

    I’ve got 14 trades left and 475k in the bank.

    T/U: Go for it, nothing to lose except a trade
    T/D: Get away from your phone, that’s crazy talk


  2. TU – Murphy to Mihocek, allowing me a Guelfi upgrade and a Savage or Nic Nat upgrade next week

    TD – Hold off for Redman and hope he isn’t injured, then upgrade Guelfi only


  3. I got drunk and traded Frisch for de Goey Friday.

    I new I wouldn’t have the balls today.

    Lets hope it pays off!


  4. QT Pies 20 v Carl 20

    Jeremy Howe 42
    Adam Treloar 42
    Taylor Adams 37
    Jack Crisp 36
    Jaidyn Stephenson 35
    Jordan De Goey 31
    Tom Langdon 25
    Scott Pendlebury 24
    Tom Phillips 23
    Brody Mihocek 22
    M. Scharenberg 20
    Steele Sidebottom 19
    Chris Mayne 16
    W. Hoskin-Elliott 15
    Brayden Maynard 14
    Brodie Grundy 14
    Levi Greenwood 12
    Lynden Dunn 10
    Mason Cox 10
    Josh Daicos 9
    Josh Thomas 7
    Flynn Appleby 6

    Patrick Cripps 50
    Kade Simpson 39
    Charlie Curnow 32
    Matthew Kreuzer 28
    Jacob Weitering 26
    Ed Curnow 26
    S. Petrevski-Seton 25
    Matthew Wright 25
    Aaron Mullett 23
    Matthew Kennedy 20
    Lachlan Plowman 18
    Sam Rowe 16
    Jarrod Garlett 11
    Cameron Polson 10
    Lochie O’Brien 10
    Dale Thomas 9
    Jed Lamb 9
    Paddy Dow 8
    Liam Jones 8
    Cam O’Shea 6
    Zac Fisher 2
    Jack Silvagni -3


    1. Very interesting to see Crisp on 36.
      3 kicks, 2 handballs, 1 tackle, 1 contested possession, 80% de.

      Whereas Scharenberg 4 kicks, 1 handball, 3 marks, 1 tackle, 80% de and only 20 SC points.

      Also Crisp has the biggest Dream Team to SC differential in the first quarter.


    1. Treloar C

      I got you over Kelly. He scored 149.

      Don’t you ruin what WAS looking like a good week.

      Lift you Pr!ck.


  5. HT Pies 38 v Carl 27

    Scott Pendlebury 70
    Jeremy Howe 69
    Steele Sidebottom 60
    Taylor Adams 60
    Brodie Grundy 58
    Jordan De Goey 54
    M. Scharenberg 53
    Tom Phillips 52
    Jack Crisp 50
    W. Hoskin-Elliott 43
    Adam Treloar 42
    Levi Greenwood 42
    Tom Langdon 38
    Jaidyn Stephenson 37
    Brody Mihocek 36
    Chris Mayne 32
    Mason Cox 28
    Brayden Maynard 26
    Josh Daicos 26
    Lynden Dunn 21
    Josh Thomas 13
    Flynn Appleby 7

    Patrick Cripps 82
    Kade Simpson 71
    Ed Curnow 54
    Matthew Kennedy 49
    Jacob Weitering 44
    Aaron Mullett 42
    Matthew Kreuzer* 40
    Sam Rowe 39
    Jed Lamb 39
    Matthew Wright 37
    Charlie Curnow 37
    Dale Thomas 37
    S. Petrevski-Seton 34
    Liam Jones 32
    Lachlan Plowman 29
    Cameron Polson 26
    Paddy Dow 25
    Jarrod Garlett 17
    Cam O’Shea 14
    Lochie O’Brien 13
    Jack Silvagni 12
    Zac Fisher 6


    1. I brought him in the week of him scoring his 40 score.. then injured haha he was on track for a monster rd12 also but pulled up 2nd half. Glad hes finally putting together 4 qtrs this week


  6. With Kreuzer done for the day and Casboult not playing, who are we playing in the ruck? Or are we just conceding the hitouts and trying to shark them now?


  7. Treloar better that QTR.

    How good is Cripps though?

    Wish I’d captained him. 🙁



      1. Same here.

        Had 20 playing this week with only 3 rookies but debutant H Andrews and M Kreuzer are injured which means I have to field all the 3 rookies. Also initially I was planning to trade Holman to Cripps this week instead of my Doedee to Andrews trade but now it looks like I wont be able to get Cripps this season.


  8. Adam Treloar looks to have suffered a serious hamstring injury. The Collingwood midfield was running flat out but stumbled and fell to the ground reaching for his hamstring. He was helped from the ground, limping heaviliy, and taken straight down into the rooms.


      1. Treloar looks OK to me, no ice post-game usually means no serious injury. Probably just a bad cramp.
        Massive thanks to Howe, Simpson and the incredible Cripps for saving my weekend!


  9. Looking at about 1820. Grundy as backup for Titch instead of Gawn into Titch a fail.

    Still, Cripps, woah hey?


  10. I was afraid to say anything for fear of jinxing myself, but I went with Titch as my VC, and since he spudded, I went with my next best option as captain: Cripps! Un-be-fing-lievable!


  11. Collingwood

    Scott Pendlebury 136
    Steele Sidebottom 125
    Jeremy Howe 118
    Jack Crisp 117
    Brodie Grundy 113
    Will H-Elliott 111
    Matthew Scharenberg 103
    Adam Treloar 95
    Tom Phillips 89
    Jordan De Goey 88
    Taylor Adams 86
    Tom Langdon 79
    Brayden Maynard 70
    Jaidyn Stephenson 70
    Brody Mihocek 63
    Lynden Dunn 55
    Mason Cox 52
    Christopher Mayne 47
    Flynn Appleby 46
    Josh Daicos 43
    Levi Greenwood 42
    Josh Thomas 16


    Patrick Cripps 187
    Kade Simpson 118
    Charlie Curnow 110
    Edward Curnow 92
    Liam Jones 92
    Matthew Kennedy 91
    Dale Thomas 90
    Jacob Weitering 82
    Aaron Mullett 79
    Jed Lamb 77
    Matthew Wright 75
    Paddy Dow 74
    Sam P-Seton 63
    Zac Fisher 56
    Matthew Kreuzer 39
    Sam Rowe 37
    Cameron Polson 37
    Jack Silvagni 35
    Lochie O’Brien 34
    Jarrod Garlett 32
    Lachlan Plowman 28
    Cameron O’Shea 8



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