Game Chat – Carlton v Adelaide

Written by Thommo on July 10 2016

Venue:  MCG at 1:10pm AEST

Last 5 times: 

R10, 2015, Adelaide 14.15 (99) d Carlton 14.6 (90) at the MCG
R10, 2014, Carlton 12.9 (81) d Adelaide 10.16 (76) at the MCG
R5, 2013, Carlton 17.13 (115) d Adelaide 12.11 (83) at the MCG
R8, 2012, Adelaide 19.10 (124) d Carlton 8.7 (55) at Etihad Stadium
R5, 2011, Carlton 11.19 (85) d Adelaide 12.7 (79) at Etihad Stadium

Top SC scorers from last match:

  • Carlton: Murphy 151, Simpson 109, Cripps 99
  • Adelaide: Laird 132, Jacobs 131, Jenkins 115, Thompson 108

Ins/Outs:

Carlton

  • In: Dennis Armfield
  • Out: Ciaran Byrne (knee)

Adelaide

  • In: Ricky Henderson
  • Out: Luke Brown (Groin)

Game notes: Carlton have lost that brilliant early season form so it is not a great time to meet Adelaide, the form side of the competition. With Rory Sloane leading the charge, the Crows are dominating in the midfield and move the ball better than any other team and they will relish a trip to the open spaces of the ‘G.

With Adelaide looking to finally snag a top 4 position, Carlton will have to find another gear to snap their 3 game losing streak.

The 6 Points

1. Despite losing the game the last time these clubs met, Carlton had more disposals (410-322), took more marks (102-82) and had only one fewer inside 50. Josh Jenkins kicked five goals for the Crows.

2. The Crows’ advantage could be in contested possessions. Adelaide is ranked equal second with 152.9 a game and the Blues have struggled, ranked last with 130.4 a match.

3. Carlton and Adelaide will meet for the 35th time and the Blues hold a narrow advantage, with 18 games to 16 including four of the past six.

4. The Crows are the highest-scoring team this season, averaging 113 points a game. The Blues are ranked second last with only 72 points a match.

5. The clubs have played at the MCG five times, with Carlton winning three games to Adelaide’s two. They have clashed 23 times in Melbourne, with 14 wins to nine in the Blues’ favour.

6. Crows giant Sam Jacobs is the fourth-best ruckman in the AFL with 457.7 points, according to the AFL Player Ratings. On Sunday Jacobs, ranked No.42 overall, will face his former teammate Matthew Kreuzer, who is the 20th-ranked ruckman (No.295 overall) with 250.3 points.

Thommo’s tip: Adelaide by 30 points.

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  1. BLUES v CROWS at the ‘G’!!

    NO LATE CHANGES

    FINAL INTERCHANGES
    Carlton: Jed Lamb, Andrejs Everitt, Ed Curnow, Simon White
    Adelaide: Jarryd Lyons, Mitch McGovern, Matt Crouch, Ricky Henderson

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  2. Halftime: Adelaide 9.6.60 lead Carlton 6.1.37

    CARLTON
    27 Dennis Armfield 64
    9 Patrick Cripps 60
    42 Zach Tuohy 50
    15 Sam Docherty 49
    6 Kade Simpson 48
    43 Simon White 43
    4 Bryce Gibbs 33
    35 Ed Curnow 32
    20 Lachlan Plowman 32
    46 Matthew Wright 31
    17 Sam Rowe 29
    33 Andrejs Everitt 28
    19 Liam Sumner 28
    8 Matthew Kreuzer 28
    2 Jack Silvagni 28
    39 Dale Thomas 26
    11 Sam Kerridge 25
    34 Andrew Phillips 24
    23 Jacob Weitering 23
    1 Andrew Walker 22
    41 Levi Casboult 22
    13 Jed Lamb 18

    ADELAIDE
    9 Rory Laird 68
    12 Daniel Talia 59
    24 Sam Jacobs 57
    9 Rory Sloane 56
    33 Brodie Smith 54
    2 Brad Crouch 49
    18 Eddie Betts 49
    13 Taylor Walker 48
    6 Jake Lever 45
    27 Tom T. Lynch 43
    44 Matt Crouch 43
    14 David Mackay 43
    45 Ricky Henderson 41
    26 Richard Douglas 39
    25 Kyle Cheney 35
    5 Scott Thompson 33
    4 Josh Jenkins 32
    31 Jarryd Lyons 30
    21 Rory Atkins 27
    23 Charlie Cameron 27
    41 Mitch McGovern 24
    15 Kyle Hartigan 16

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  3. 3QT….Adelaide 12.10.82 lead Carlton 6.2.38

    CARLTON
    27 Dennis Armfield 89
    42 Zach Tuohy 81
    15 Sam Docherty 80
    9 Patrick Cripps 78
    6 Kade Simpson 71
    4 Bryce Gibbs 64
    43 Simon White 61
    8 Matthew Kreuzer 50
    17 Sam Rowe 48
    39 Dale Thomas 47
    11 Sam Kerridge 46
    20 Lachlan Plowman 44
    46 Matthew Wright 44
    35 Ed Curnow 39
    19 Liam Sumner 36
    2 Jack Silvagni 36
    33 Andrejs Everitt 34
    34 Andrew Phillips 33
    1 Andrew Walker 29
    23 Jacob Weitering 27
    41 Levi Casboult 27
    13 Jed Lamb 21

    ADELAIDE
    2 Daniel Talia 96
    29 Rory Laird 92
    9 Rory Sloane 87
    24 Sam Jacobs 83
    6 Jake Lever 75
    18 Eddie Betts 72
    2 Brad Crouch 71
    44 Matt Crouch 68
    27 Tom T. Lynch 65
    45 Ricky Henderson 65
    26 Richard Douglas 64
    5 Scott Thompson 64
    21 Rory Atkins 61
    33 Brodie Smith 61
    4 Josh Jenkins 57
    25 Kyle Cheney 56
    14 David Mackay 53
    13 Taylor Walker 53
    31 Jarryd Lyons 51
    23 Charlie Cameron 38
    41 Mitch McGovern 38
    15 Kyle Hartigan 25

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  4. full time….Adelaide 16.11.107 defeated Carlton 7.5.47

    CARLTON
    15 Sam Docherty 105
    27 Dennis Armfield 101
    9 Patrick Cripps 99
    42 Zach Tuohy 93
    6 Kade Simpson 93
    4 Bryce Gibbs 89
    43 Simon White 76
    35 Ed Curnow 70
    8 Matthew Kreuzer 66
    11 Sam Kerridge 65
    17 Sam Rowe 61
    46 Matthew Wright 57
    20 Lachlan Plowman 54
    39 Dale Thomas 51
    34 Andrew Phillips 49
    2 Jack Silvagni 47
    33 Andrejs Everitt 46
    19 Liam Sumner 46
    41 Levi Casboult 36
    23 Jacob Weitering 34
    1 Andrew Walker 33
    13 Jed Lamb 28

    ADELAIDE
    29 Rory Laird 126
    12 Daniel Talia 120
    24 Sam Jacobs 112
    9 Rory Sloane 111
    2 Brad Crouch 104
    6 Jake Lever 98
    44 Matt Crouch 89
    18 Eddie Betts 87
    4 Josh Jenkins 87
    5 Scott Thompson 84
    25 Kyle Cheney 84
    33 Brodie Smith 80
    26 Richard Douglas 78
    45 Ricky Henderson 78
    27 Tom T. Lynch 78
    14 David Mackay 76
    31 Jarryd Lyons 75
    21 Rory Atkins 74
    13 Taylor Walker 72
    41 Mitch McGovern 50
    23 Charlie Cameron 49
    15 Kyle Hartigan 38

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Game Chat – Carlton v Adelaide

Written by Thommo on June 6 2015

Carlton showed a definite improvement in their effort last week in a 60 point loss to Sydney, while Adelaide were fantastic in their narrow loss to Fremantle. If Adelaide bring their A-game this match should play out as expected but all eyes will again be on the returning Mark Murphy (if he plays) and Chris Judd to see how they respond to Malthouse’s sacking.

Meanwhile we’ll be watching Sloane and Smith in their return match as both are perfect post-bye upgrades for our teams. Unfortunately Adelaide have lost their popular rookie Jake Lever with an ankle injury. Carlton have axed Yarran for tardiness and regain Kreuzer for his first game of the season.

Thommo’s tip: Adelaide by 40 points.

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  1. Luxury trade, but thinking of trading Walker for dollhouse. Have 21 trades left but in a tight h2h and historically walker underperforms versus Carlton. Good or bad move? Thanks

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  2. NO LATE CHANGES

    FINAL INTERCHANGES
    Carlton: Dylan Buckley, Matthew Kreuzer, Nick Graham
    Substitute: Jason Tutt
    Adelaide: Mitch Grigg, David Mackay, Cam Ellis-Yolmen
    Substitute: Matt Crouch

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  3. Oxley > Wallis (via McKenzie)
    Goodes > Hamling
    Gives me 180k in the bank and a little more time to see when Rocky and Krak are likely to come back

    TU: Do it!
    TD: No good

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  4. Boy, the lead-up to Casboult’s goal has got to make it a contender for goal of the year!

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  5. QUARTER TIME
    Carlton 4.1 (25)
    Adelaide 6.3 (39)

    CARLTON
    3 Marc Murphy 56
    17 Sam Rowe 36
    33 Andrejs Everitt 35
    6 Kade Simpson 33
    7 Dylan Buckley 29
    15 Sam Docherty 26
    35 Ed Curnow 25
    42 Zach Tuohy 25
    9 Patrick Cripps 23
    5 Chris Judd 20
    41 Levi Casboult 20
    1 Andrew Walker 19
    27 Dennis Armfield 18
    28 Tom Bell 17
    36 Cameron Wood 16
    32 Nick Graham 12
    8 Matthew Kreuzer 11
    44 Andrew Carrazzo 10
    43 Simon White 9
    2 Troy Menzel 7
    23 Lachie Henderson 6
    22 Jason Tutt 0 (SUB)

    ADELAIDE
    32 Patrick Dangerfield 51
    11 Matthew Wright 27
    13 Taylor Walker 24
    24 Sam Jacobs 23
    29 Rory Laird 22
    14 David Mackay 21
    5 Scott Thompson 21
    4 Josh Jenkins 19
    9 Rory Sloane 19
    23 Charlie Cameron 18
    28 Cam Ellis-Yolmen 17
    7 Nathan Van Berlo 16
    27 Tom Lynch 16
    8 Mitch Grigg 14
    33 Brodie Smith 13
    25 Kyle Cheney 13
    18 Eddie Betts 12
    15 Kyle Hartigan 9
    16 Luke Brown 5
    12 Daniel Talia 1
    47 Jake Kelly 0
    44 Matt Crouch 0 (SUB)

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  6. HALF TIME
    Carlton 6.2 (38)
    Adelaide 8.9 (57)

    CARLTON
    3 Marc Murphy 72
    42 Zach Tuohy 61
    9 Patrick Cripps 57
    23 Lachie Henderson 55
    33 Andrejs Everitt 51
    1 Andrew Walker 50
    6 Kade Simpson 49
    36 Cameron Wood 45
    15 Sam Docherty 44
    17 Sam Rowe 43
    44 Andrew Carrazzo 39
    28 Tom Bell 38
    7 Dylan Buckley 36
    35 Ed Curnow 35
    32 Nick Graham 29
    8 Matthew Kreuzer 27
    27 Dennis Armfield 26
    2 Troy Menzel 23
    5 Chris Judd 21 (SUBBED OFF)
    41 Levi Casboult 21
    43 Simon White 19
    22 Jason Tutt 10 (SUBBED ON)

    ADELAIDE
    32 Patrick Dangerfield 82
    24 Sam Jacobs 58
    29 Rory Laird 56
    13 Taylor Walker 54
    4 Josh Jenkins 51
    8 Mitch Grigg 46
    28 Cam Ellis-Yolmen 41
    9 Rory Sloane 41
    25 Kyle Cheney 39
    11 Matthew Wright 39
    27 Tom Lynch 39
    33 Brodie Smith 35
    5 Scott Thompson 35
    14 David Mackay 31
    15 Kyle Hartigan 31
    18 Eddie Betts 29
    7 Nathan Van Berlo 22
    16 Luke Brown 21
    23 Charlie Cameron 17
    12 Daniel Talia 7
    47 Jake Kelly 3
    44 Matt Crouch 0 (SUB)

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  7. #AFLSunsSwans – No changes. Subs: Clay Cameron (@GoldCoastSUNS) and Daniel Robinson (@sydneyswans)

    With Boston not being the sub is it worth trading him a week early or just get in Dumont??

    TU Dumont
    TD Boston

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  8. THREE QUARTER TIME
    Carlton 11.3 (69)
    Adelaide 10.13 (73)

    CARLTON
    3 Marc Murphy 115
    23 Lachie Henderson 84
    9 Patrick Cripps 84
    1 Andrew Walker 77
    44 Andrew Carrazzo 71
    33 Andrejs Everitt 69
    42 Zach Tuohy 69
    17 Sam Rowe 67
    6 Kade Simpson 64
    35 Ed Curnow 63
    28 Tom Bell 63
    8 Matthew Kreuzer 62
    32 Nick Graham 56
    15 Sam Docherty 53
    36 Cameron Wood 45
    7 Dylan Buckley 44
    41 Levi Casboult 41
    2 Troy Menzel 39
    27 Dennis Armfield 32
    43 Simon White 30
    5 Chris Judd 20 (SUBBED OFF)
    22 Jason Tutt 2 (SUBBED ON)

    ADELAIDE
    32 Patrick Dangerfield 112
    29 Rory Laird 99
    24 Sam Jacobs 89
    4 Josh Jenkins 68
    27 Tom Lynch 66
    9 Rory Sloane 64
    25 Kyle Cheney 62
    13 Taylor Walker 60
    7 Nathan Van Berlo 59
    5 Scott Thompson 59
    8 Mitch Grigg 55
    11 Matthew Wright 52
    33 Brodie Smith 49
    15 Kyle Hartigan 49
    28 Cam Ellis-Yolmen 43 (SUBBED OFF)
    14 David Mackay 39
    18 Eddie Betts 34
    47 Jake Kelly 31
    16 Luke Brown 31
    23 Charlie Cameron 23
    12 Daniel Talia 20
    44 Matt Crouch 10 (SUBBED ON)

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  9. Cripps doing well is definitely negated by Lever not playing, CEY getting subbed and Smith just continuing to spud it up.

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  10. FULL TIME
    Carlton 14.6 (90)
    Adelaide 14.15 (99)

    CARLTON
    3 Marc Murphy 147
    23 Lachie Henderson 109
    6 Kade Simpson 106
    9 Patrick Cripps 99
    28 Tom Bell 92
    35 Ed Curnow 91
    17 Sam Rowe 90
    44 Andrew Carrazzo 84
    1 Andrew Walker 84
    33 Andrejs Everitt 83
    32 Nick Graham 80
    42 Zach Tuohy 80
    41 Levi Casboult 77
    8 Matthew Kreuzer 77
    15 Sam Docherty 69
    7 Dylan Buckley 64
    36 Cameron Wood 53
    27 Dennis Armfield 46
    2 Troy Menzel 46
    43 Simon White 32
    22 Jason Tutt 29
    5 Chris Judd 20

    ADELAIDE
    29 Rory Laird 131
    32 Patrick Dangerfield 129
    24 Sam Jacobs 127
    4 Josh Jenkins 122
    5 Scott Thompson 108
    27 Tom Lynch 94
    9 Rory Sloane 93
    8 Mitch Grigg 84
    25 Kyle Cheney 71
    11 Matthew Wright 68
    13 Taylor Walker 67
    33 Brodie Smith 65
    7 Nathan Van Berlo 60
    18 Eddie Betts 53
    14 David Mackay 51
    15 Kyle Hartigan 50
    44 Matt Crouch 44
    28 Cam Ellis-Yolmen 42
    16 Luke Brown 38
    47 Jake Kelly 34
    12 Daniel Talia 32
    23 Charlie Cameron 25

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  11. Carlton had a real crack and played with some heart with juddy going down early. Adelaide lucky in the end as they looked very tired. A timely bye round next week.

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  12. Brodie Smith waits another week.

    And another week the knife gets turned on my decision to go Pittard instead of Laird.

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