Game Chat – Collingwood vs Richmond

Written by Schwarzwalder on July 26 2019

WHERE AND WHEN: MCG, Friday June 26, 7.50pm


What it means for Collingwood: The Magpies’ season is quickly spiralling out of control. They’ve lost three of their past four games, two of them by at least 44 points, but a win against the Tigers will keep them in the top four.

What it means for Richmond: The Tigers seems to be timing their run to perfection, and a fifth successive win will lift them back into the top four for the first time since round 10. They also have the chance to gain some belated vengeance for last year’s preliminary final drubbing.


LAST TWO MEETINGS: The Pies have smashed the Tigers in their past two clashes, by 39 points in last year’s preliminary final and by 44 points in round two, while restricting Damien Hardwick’s men to just eight and 10 goals respectively.


Schwarzwalder’s Tip: Richmond by 13pts

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41 thoughts on “Game Chat – Collingwood vs Richmond”

    Collingwood: Taylor Adams (hamstring) replaced in selected side by Ben Crocker
    Richmond: Nil

    Collingwood: Josh Thomas, Josh Daicos, Isaac Quaynor, Ben Crocker
    Richmond: Jason Castagna, Jack Graham, Mabior Chol, Liam Baker


  2. Houli crisp & grundy all play tonight so need this sorted in the next 59min please

    TU: Option 1:
    Hurn -> houli/crisp
    ROB -> Grundy
    Will miss Whitfield all together probably but no Burgess D6, 4 trades remain $0 bank

    TD: Option 2:
    Setterfield -> hill
    ROB -> grundy
    Burgess will be D6 BUT allows me to get Whitfield next week if Hurn misses again.
    4 trades 180k bank!!


    1. Carry on from above
      Option 3:
      Setterfield -> hill
      Hurn -> Whitfield
      Miss ROB too grundy but will be next weeks trade
      4 trades 368k bank!!


  3. Here’s a lil wet weather supercoach gold for any newbies.

    1: High Contested rate leads to more stoppages and hit outs for the ruckman. If they tackle and win contested possessions they tend to go big in the wet.

    2: Inside Mids who tackle score well as DE doesn’t matter as much.

    3: Players who rely on marks such as intercept defenders and key forwards score poorly.

    4: outside mids score poorly due to lack of contested footy in comparison to the rest of the games numbers.

    In essence, Grundy will score plenty tonight so don’t be afraid to VC him. If he was Whitfield you wouldn’t, Sloane you would. Tada


  4. 8 trades left 525 900.

    D Hurn Z Williams Crisp Hartlett B Smith Sicily Garner Naish
    M Macrae Dunkley Martin Cripps Oliver Parker M Crouch Stack Clarke Bewley Stocker
    R Gawn Grundy Bines
    F Dangerfield Heeney Boak Kelly Moore Cameron Choi Young
    Holding Hurn so need a D6 going for league but safe in top 4.

    Thumbs up
    Moore (Dunkley forward)and Garner for Duncan and Whitfield 54 900 left

    Thumbs down Moore and Hartlett for Duncan and Whitfield 270900 left

    Comment Z Merret instead of Duncan?


  5. got a quick one
    setterfield or Clarke to hill???
    Clarke to hill gives me a mid fwd swing but 30k less in bank

    TU setters

    TD clarke


  6. SC relevant scores at QT

    Grundy – 45
    Pendles – 30
    Treloar – 28
    Quaynor – 10
    Crisp – 6

    Lynch- 52
    Houli – 28
    Martin – 25
    Ellis – 19
    Stack – 16
    Chol – 14


    1. Poor disposal efficiency and a low contested possession rate in conjunction with not laying a tackle are largely to blame.


  7. SC relevant scores at HT

    Grundy – 74
    De Goey – 61
    Treloar – 57
    Pendles – 55
    Quaynor – 30
    Crisp – 26

    Lynch – 89
    Martin – 52
    Houli – 46
    Stack – 39
    Chol – 33
    Ellis – 30


  8. Can we finally put to be that Maynard is not an exceptionally talented player?

    Fumble fumble fumble, all night. Not the first time either.


      1. Haha mate’s i only just seen this cuz i had a few two many tinny’s after the loss last nite.

        youse will see on BRONLOW NIGHT. MAYNARD clear BOG.


      1. It’s normally the opposition ruck’s hitout win percentage that has this effect. Gawn HOW %: 59 percent; Marshall HOW %: 42.8 percent.



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