Game Chat – Adelaide v Fremantle

Written by Motts on April 30 2016

Venue: Adelaide Oval, Saturday, April 30, 14:10 AEST

Last 5 times:

R9, 2015, Fremantle 10.8 (68) d Adelaide 7.15 (57) at Adelaide Oval
R12, 2014, Fremantle 12.18 (90) d Adelaide 7.8 (50) at Domain Stadium
R18, 2013, Fremantle 11.9 (75) d Adelaide 7.11 (53) at Domain Stadium
R10, 2013, Fremantle 10.6 (66) d Adelaide 8.11 (59) at AAMI Stadium
SF, 2012, Adelaide 12.9 (81) d Fremantle 11.5 (71) at AAMI Stadium

Best SC Scorers from last game:

  • Crows: Dangerfield 188, Laird 131, Ellis-Yolman 103
  • Dockers: Fyfe 158, Mundy 102

In/Out:

Crows

No change

Dockers

IN: David Mundy, Connor Blakely

OUT: Nat Fyfe (Leg), Michael Johnson (Hamstring)

 

Game Notes: Remember this game last year? Ross and Phil let the two superstars – Dangerfield & Fyfe – go head-to-head with one another and the result was an absolute battle for the ages. Fremantle got the chocolates that day but anyone with Dangers as captain for the round would have been dancing in the street. Sadly, for different reasons neither superstar will be out there today. Its hard to see Freo getting anywhere near the Crows on their home turf. Both teams lost last week but while Adelaide will take heart from their 3 point loss to the Hawks, the Dockers must be questioning pretty much everything right now. Look for Barlow to get a ton of it but not as much as he would’ve got if Mundy hadn’t returned.

The 6 Points

1. The Dockers defeated the Crows by 11 points in a wet, low-scoring contest in round nine, 2015 at Adelaide Oval. Fyfe had 40 disposals and former Crow Patrick Dangerfield had 38 touches.

2. Adelaide and Fremantle will play for the 35th time and the Crows still hold a narrow advantage, winning 19 games to 15.

3. Fremantle has now defeated Adelaide four times in a row; the Crows haven’t beaten the Dockers since the 2012 semi-final.

4. Heavily in Adelaide’s favour is their record against the Dockers in Adelaide, winning 14 games to six; all at AAMI Stadium.

5. Ross Lyon enjoys an impressive record against the Crows as coach, 10 wins from 15 games with both St Kilda and Fremantle.

6. Fyfe might be the League’s best player according to Schick AFL Player Ratings, but Rory Sloane will be the highest-ranked player at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night. He’s ranked sixth, four points behind fifth-placed Scott Pendlebury.

Mottsy’s tip: Crows by 60

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  1. QUARTER TIME
    Adelaide 2.4 (16)
    Fremantle 1.3 (9)

    ADELAIDE
    24 Sam Jacobs 40
    15 Kyle Hartigan 32
    4 Josh Jenkins 30
    16 Luke Brown 30
    26 Richard Douglas 24
    29 Rory Laird 22
    14 David Mackay 21
    31 Jarryd Lyons 21
    9 Rory Sloane 21
    12 Daniel Talia 20
    27 Tom Lynch 20
    6 Jake Lever 19
    18 Eddie Betts 17
    5 Scott Thompson 17
    44 Matt Crouch 16
    23 Charlie Cameron 15
    21 Rory Atkins 14
    25 Kyle Cheney 13
    33 Brodie Smith 10
    41 Mitch McGovern 10
    11 Paul Seedsman 7
    13 Taylor Walker 7

    FREMANTLE
    20 Matt Taberner 35
    21 Michael Barlow 32
    32 Stephen Hill 28
    25 Alex Pearce 22
    14 Lachie Weller 22
    29 Matthew Pavlich 21
    27 Lachie Neale 20
    6 Danyle Pearce 19
    16 David Mundy 19
    33 Cameron Sutcliffe 18
    30 Zac Clarke 18
    3 Zac Dawson 17
    11 Tommy Sheridan 16
    23 Chris Mayne 15
    19 Connor Blakely 12
    12 Jonathon Griffin 12
    10 Michael Walters 12
    34 Lee Spurr 11
    17 Hayden Crozier 8
    28 Brady Grey 7
    18 Darcy Tucker 7
    1 Hayden Ballantyne 6

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  2. HALF TIME
    Adelaide 5.5 (35)
    Fremantle 2.11 (23)

    ADELAIDE
    24 Sam Jacobs 70
    29 Rory Laird 56
    16 Luke Brown 53
    14 David Mackay 47
    27 Tom Lynch 45
    15 Kyle Hartigan 43
    5 Scott Thompson 43
    6 Jake Lever 40
    21 Rory Atkins 39
    9 Rory Sloane 39
    12 Daniel Talia 38
    26 Richard Douglas 38
    4 Josh Jenkins 35
    18 Eddie Betts 33
    23 Charlie Cameron 32
    31 Jarryd Lyons 29
    33 Brodie Smith 28
    25 Kyle Cheney 27
    44 Matt Crouch 23
    13 Taylor Walker 20
    41 Mitch McGovern 18
    11 Paul Seedsman 18

    FREMANTLE
    21 Michael Barlow 64
    20 Matt Taberner 63
    32 Stephen Hill 61
    27 Lachie Neale 53
    6 Danyle Pearce 50
    33 Cameron Sutcliffe 47
    29 Matthew Pavlich 44
    10 Michael Walters 41
    12 Jonathon Griffin 41
    14 Lachie Weller 41
    25 Alex Pearce 38
    17 Hayden Crozier 34
    23 Chris Mayne 32
    16 David Mundy 32
    11 Tommy Sheridan 31
    3 Zac Dawson 28
    30 Zac Clarke 23
    28 Brady Grey 21
    34 Lee Spurr 16
    19 Connor Blakely 16
    18 Darcy Tucker 13
    1 Hayden Ballantyne 12

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      1. He’s the ultimate SC troll that Ross. Puts Barlow in the midfield all preseason so we all jump on board. Then chucks him in the fwd line to get everyone to jump off. Then sticks him back in the midfield. Well played sir, well played.

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  3. THREE QUARTER TIME
    Adelaide 9.10 (64)
    Fremantle 3.14 (32)

    ADELAIDE
    24 Sam Jacobs 92
    29 Rory Laird 81
    15 Kyle Hartigan 76
    27 Tom Lynch 76
    16 Luke Brown 70
    9 Rory Sloane 70
    18 Eddie Betts 66
    14 David Mackay 63
    21 Rory Atkins 63
    26 Richard Douglas 61
    5 Scott Thompson 60
    12 Daniel Talia 56
    33 Brodie Smith 54
    31 Jarryd Lyons 54
    6 Jake Lever 50
    44 Matt Crouch 50
    11 Paul Seedsman 44
    4 Josh Jenkins 41
    23 Charlie Cameron 40
    25 Kyle Cheney 33
    13 Taylor Walker 30
    41 Mitch McGovern 25

    FREMANTLE
    21 Michael Barlow 94
    6 Danyle Pearce 78
    32 Stephen Hill 78
    20 Matt Taberner 76
    27 Lachie Neale 75
    33 Cameron Sutcliffe 68
    10 Michael Walters 68
    29 Matthew Pavlich 63
    16 David Mundy 61
    14 Lachie Weller 59
    25 Alex Pearce 51
    23 Chris Mayne 51
    12 Jonathon Griffin 46
    34 Lee Spurr 39
    17 Hayden Crozier 38
    11 Tommy Sheridan 36
    30 Zac Clarke 34
    19 Connor Blakely 33
    3 Zac Dawson 33
    28 Brady Grey 30
    1 Hayden Ballantyne 29
    18 Darcy Tucker 18

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        1. Coach come out and said he had / has a bruised toe & not much to worry about. Bit worried with Goldy, Adams & Libba in the wars last night & now Laird today. Hopefully all get up for next week.

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  4. FULL TIME
    Adelaide 14.13 (97)
    Fremantle 8.16 (64)

    ADELAIDE
    24 Sam Jacobs 116
    9 Rory Sloane 103
    16 Luke Brown 96
    29 Rory Laird 95
    18 Eddie Betts 92
    15 Kyle Hartigan 92
    27 Tom Lynch 92
    14 David Mackay 86
    5 Scott Thompson 85
    33 Brodie Smith 79
    21 Rory Atkins 76
    26 Richard Douglas 75
    31 Jarryd Lyons 74
    4 Josh Jenkins 73
    12 Daniel Talia 71
    44 Matt Crouch 69
    6 Jake Lever 66
    11 Paul Seedsman 59
    23 Charlie Cameron 58
    41 Mitch McGovern 44
    25 Kyle Cheney 43
    13 Taylor Walker 40

    FREMANTLE
    21 Michael Barlow 129
    10 Michael Walters 112
    27 Lachie Neale 107
    32 Stephen Hill 105
    6 Danyle Pearce 92
    20 Matt Taberner 90
    33 Cameron Sutcliffe 81
    16 David Mundy 80
    29 Matthew Pavlich 79
    23 Chris Mayne 70
    14 Lachie Weller 70
    25 Alex Pearce 63
    12 Jonathon Griffin 62
    30 Zac Clarke 54
    28 Brady Grey 53
    34 Lee Spurr 50
    17 Hayden Crozier 46
    11 Tommy Sheridan 44
    3 Zac Dawson 44
    19 Connor Blakely 42
    1 Hayden Ballantyne 39
    18 Darcy Tucker 32

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  5. Anyone have any idea why Adelaide score so poor in SC this year. Just brought in Sloane who has pretty damn good stats today but is only gonna get a touch over 100, a little disappointed.

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    1. He ‘s getting ripped off SuperCoach wise. Very influential the last few weeks but not scoring like the elite that he is.
      Nice to see Jacobs score well as he has been playing good football but hasn’t scored well SuperCoach wise.
      Brodie smith also seems to go unders.
      Disclaimer; I have my crows goggles on again

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  6. Don’t want this to come off as me being happy with someone’s injury, but I had Barlow traded out for Round 3 before Brad Crouch was declared out on the Friday. Ended up trading Crouch out instead of Barlow, blessing in disguise of some sorts.

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Game Chat – Adelaide v Fremantle

Written by Thommo on May 30 2015

So Danyle Pearce is telling us they are not the team to beat. Does anyone actually believe that?

Fremantle brings in an unchanged, full strength side and boasts an unbelievable midfield that should have little trouble accounting for a Sloane-less Adelaide who have dropped off after a blistering start to the year.

As usual perma-captain Fyfe will be cheered by most coaches. On the rookie front Ellis-Yolman remains in some squads until his Round 11 bye, while Kelly and Lever continue to climb in value.

Thommo’s tip: Fremantle by 24 points.

 

 

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  1. NO LATE CHANGES

    FINAL INTERCHANGES
    Adelaide: Brodie Martin, Brad Crouch, Jake Kelly
    Substitute: Jarryd Lyons
    Fremantle: Nick Suban, Michael Barlow, Stephen Hill
    Substitute: Tom Sheridan

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  2. Hi everyone,

    Long time reader, first time poster.
    Just out of interest, is anyone taking Robbie Greys 136? Can’t decide whether to take it and run or try my luck with Fyfe.

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  3. Half way through the 3rd. Popular picks
    Fyfe 97, Barlow 44, Neale 39, Mundy 72, Johnson 42, Ibbo 52, Pav 37
    Danger 129, Tex 55, Ellis Yolmen 61 (38 at 1/4 time), Betts 45, Lever 34, Kelly 34.

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  4. 3QT SUPERCOACH SCORES
    7 Nat Fyfe 114
    16 David Mundy 81
    8 Nick Suban 77
    10 Michael Walters 72
    31 Aaron Sandilands 63
    5 Garrick Ibbotson 59
    29 Matthew Pavlich 58
    21 Michael Barlow 58
    18 Luke McPharlin 57
    46 Clancee Pearce 56
    32 Stephen Hill 56
    23 Chris Mayne 53
    6 Danyle Pearce 52
    1 Hayden Ballantyne 50
    37 Michael Johnson 47
    27 Lachie Neale 46
    41 Paul Duffield 46
    34 Lee Spurr 37
    33 Cameron Sutcliffe 36
    11 Tommy Sheridan 28
    30 Zac Clarke 20
    20 Matt Taberner 15

    32 Patrick Dangerfield 140!
    29 Rory Laird 88
    28 Cam Ellis-Yolmen 79
    44 Matt Crouch 72
    25 Kyle Cheney 69
    27 Tom Lynch 67
    5 Scott Thompson 63
    7 Nathan Van Berlo 60
    4 Josh Jenkins 59
    36 Brodie Martin 57
    11 Matthew Wright 56
    23 Charlie Cameron 54
    18 Eddie Betts 52
    13 Taylor Walker 52
    24 Sam Jacobs 51
    8 Mitch Grigg 48
    16 Luke Brown 47
    14 David Mackay 43
    6 Jake Lever 40
    47 Jake Kelly 35
    12 Daniel Talia 25
    31 Jarryd Lyons 0

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  5. Am I right to loophole with Dom Sheed? I thought he was injured but he’s not on the injury list. I won’t be able to check at all tomorrow so I’m a bit worried he’ll be a late in.

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  6. I was at the game tonight and it was a thing of Supercoach beauty watching Fyfe (C) and my boy Danger going head to head. Pity about the result but loved their individual battle.

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