Game Chat – Collingwood v Fremantle

Written by Father Dougal on June 3 2018

WHERE AND WHEN: MCG, Sunday June 3, 3.20pm

SUMMARY
The 6-4 Magpies’ hopes of remaining in the top eight will hinge largely on their fortunes at the MCG, where they play seven of their next eight games, starting with Fremantle on Sunday. Nathan Buckley’s men enter the clash in good shape, having won six of their past eight games and with classy veteran Daniel Wells back after a scheduled rest. The Magpie midfield is motoring along nicely and is being given silver service by in-form ruckman Brodie Grundy, but they will be challenged by guns in skipper Nat Fyfe and Lachie Neale. Ross Lyon’s 4-6 team has won just one of its past five games and last week went down to North Melbourne in a bruising home encounter in the wet, which will test their energy levels here. Freo hasn’t beaten the Pies at the MCG in almost 12 years.

LAST FIVE TIMES
R11, 2017: Collingwood 15.15 (105) d Fremantle 12.13 (85) at Subiaco Oval
R14, 2016: Collingwood 12.13 (85) d Fremantle 5.7 (37) at the MCG
R13, 2015: Fremantle 12.8 (80) d Collingwood 11.7 (73) at Subiaco Oval
R1, 2014: Fremantle 17.14 (116) d Collingwood 5.16 (46) at Etihad Stadium
R7, 2013: Fremantle 15.10 (100) d Collingwood 10.13 (73) at Subiaco Oval

Father Dougal’s Tip: Pies because they are at home. Expecting it to be close. (So it probably won’t be)

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10 thoughts on “Game Chat – Collingwood v Fremantle”

  1. NO LATE CHANGES

    FINAL INTERCHANGES
    Collingwood: Adam Treloar, Tom Langdon, Josh Daicos, Jaidyn Stephenson
    Fremantle: Adam Cerra, Andrew Brayshaw, Connor Blakely, Cam McCarthy

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  2. HALF TIME

    Collingwood 8. 8. 56
    Fremantle 3 . 4. 22

    COLLINGWOOD
    J.Crisp 71
    T.Phillips 69
    B.Maynard 62
    T.Adams 62
    B.Grundy 58
    J.Thomas 57
    S.Sidebottom 53
    A.Treloar 53
    B.Mihocek 52
    T.Langdon 43
    M.Scharenberg 38
    M.Cox 37
    S.Pendlebury 36
    W.Hoskin-Elliott 33
    J.Stephenson 27
    C.Mayne 23
    L.Greenwood 21
    J.Daicos 21
    J.De Goey 20
    L.Dunn 17
    F.Appleby 15
    D.Wells 14

    FREMANTLE
    M.Walters 52
    L.Ryan 51
    S.Kersten 48
    B.Banfield 47
    D.Tucker 46
    N.Fyfe 45
    T.Sheridan 44
    L.Neale 43
    J.Hamling 42
    A.Pearce 41
    N.Wilson 38
    A.Brayshaw 36
    E.Langdon 35
    C.Blakely 32
    T.Duman 30
    M.Apeness 28
    D.Mundy 23
    A.Cerra 21
    B.Cox 18
    S.Giro 18
    S.Jones 13
    C.McCarthy 9

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  3. Is this the first time a team with two players named Tom (Phillips and Langdon) have plsyed against sides in succesive weeks against teams who have in their teams their brothers named Ed ?

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