Game Chat – Collingwood v Carlton

Written by Motts on May 7 2016

Venue: MCG at 13:45 AEST

Last 5 times:

R19, 2015, Collingwood 16.9 (105) d Carlton 13.9 (87) at the MCG
R5, 2015, Collingwood 18.12 (120) d Carlton 6.9 (45) at the MCG
R15, 2014, Collingwood 13.13 (91) d Carlton 11.10 (76) at the MCG
R7, 2014, Collingwood 14.20 (104) d Carlton 10.10 (70) at the MCG
R15, 2013, Collingwood 17.16 (118) d Carlton 12.5 (77) at the MCG

Top SC Scorers from last match (listed in 2016):

  • Collingwood: Swan 168, Pendles 129, Fasolo 125, Blair 112, Crisp 106, Williams 101
  • Carlton: Murphy 130, Simpson 112, Cripps 103, Kreuzer 101, Carrazzo 100 (we miss you, Carrots!)

INs/OUTs

Collingwood

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Carlton

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Game Notes: It’s a big occasion whenever these two (once-)mighty clubs meet, and this clash between 13th (Collingwood) and 14th (Carlton) has taken on new significance with the winner to go a game clear of the loser. Not long ago, Pies fans would have pencilled this in as a percentage-boosting victory, but the Blues have belied their rebuilding status to win their past two games, and appear more than just a sneaky chance to break their six-game hoodoo against an out-of-sorts Collingwood. With the Pies boasting a high-flying attack, the Blues will miss injured prodigy Jacob Weitering. Collingwood has been blown out early by a lot of teams this year, so if the Blues can exert some early scoreboard pressure (do you hear me LEVI! and Liam?) they could very well go on to get the choccies. 

The 6 Points

1. Carlton is aiming for a third successive win for the first time since late 2013, while another Collingwood loss would consign the Pies to their worst opening seven weeks of a season since they were 1-6 in 2005.

2. Collingwood has dominated Carlton in recent times, winning their past six encounters by an average of 33 points. The Blues haven’t beaten the Pies since Round 15, 2012.

3. Dane Swan, the sidelined Pies champion, was the star when these teams last met, amassing 41 possessions, 10 marks and three goals to earn three Brownlow votes. Alex Fasolo and Ben Reid kicked four goals each.

4. Both sides are struggling to get the ball forward, with Carlton 13th in the AFL for inside 50s (averaging 50.7) while the Magpies are 14th (48.3).

5. No two teams have played each other as much as Collingwood and Carlton. Their 251 contests have resulted in 125 wins to the Blues, 122 to the Magpies and four draws.

6. Ex Lion Jack Crisp has made a steady rise in the AFL Player Ratings since joining Collingwood for the 2015 season. Since then he has shot up from No.530 overall to a career-high No.114.

Mottsy’s Tip: Carlton by 10 points.

 

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  1. Looking forward to seeing Josh Smith on debut for my team.

    Could not sleep last night & did a bit of research on pies M/F DPP debutant Ben Crocker. The lad can bloody play, could be a case of three rookies – Smith, Keays & Crocker in 3 consecutive weeks. He is the brother of Sam that was on the Saints list & his highlights + write up on his impressive intense training below are well worth a look
    http://www.collingwoodfc.com.au/news/2015-11-24/welcome-to-collingwood-ben-crocker

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  2. Got Byrne as emergency & will put him on for Laird if he scores >65. If he flops i will be left with the choice of putting on McDonald Tippa or Mitch Brown. Assuming <65, who to play: –

    TU: Mc Donald Tippa to play
    TD: Mitch Brown – (last week 1st decent score)

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  3. Collingwood
    22 Steele Sidebottom 72
    10 Scott Pendlebury 61
    1 Alex Fasolo 58
    38 Jeremy Howe 57
    20 Ben Reid 53
    11 Jarryd Blair 53
    7 Adam Treloar 46
    45 Jack Frost 41
    2 Jordan De Goey 37
    37 Brayden Maynard 34
    25 Jack Crisp 34
    4 Brodie Grundy 32
    9 Jesse White 32
    43 Adam Oxley 31
    29 Tim Broomhead 27
    19 Levi Greenwood 26
    34 Alan Toovey 22
    39 Ben Crocker 21
    30 Darcy Moore 21
    46 Mason Cox 15
    40 Josh Smith 14
    14 James Aish 10
    TOTAL797

    CARLTON
    33 Andrejs Everitt 68
    35 Ed Curnow 61
    15 Sam Docherty 60
    9 Patrick Cripps 59
    41 Levi Casboult 58
    8 Matthew Kreuzer 52
    42 Zach Tuohy 45
    6 Kade Simpson 41
    11 Sam Kerridge 41
    3 Marc Murphy 37
    19 Liam Sumner 35
    4 Bryce Gibbs 33
    27 Dennis Armfield 32
    14 Liam Jones 31
    38 Ciaran Byrne 30
    13 Jed Lamb 30
    39 Dale Thomas 29
    17 Sam Rowe 26
    40 Michael Jamison 22
    46 Matthew Wright 19
    20 Lachie Plowman 9
    1 Andrew Walker 6
    TOTAL824

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  4. COLLINGWOOD
    10 Scott Pendlebury 106
    22 Steele Sidebottom 104
    1 Alex Fasolo 83
    38 Jeremy Howe 83
    20 Ben Reid 82
    7 Adam Treloar 69
    11 Jarryd Blair 61
    30 Darcy Moore 60
    9 Jesse White 57
    4 Brodie Grundy 52
    2 Jordan De Goey 52
    45 Jack Frost 50
    37 Brayden Maynard 48
    43 Adam Oxley 43
    25 Jack Crisp 42
    40 Josh Smith 36
    34 Alan Toovey 33
    19 Levi Greenwood 33
    39 Ben Crocker 29
    29 Tim Broomhead 29
    46 Mason Cox 21
    14 James Aish 7
    TOTAL1180

    CARLTON
    4 Bryce Gibbs 91
    9 Patrick Cripps 88
    15 Sam Docherty 88
    33 Andrejs Everitt 85
    35 Ed Curnow 84
    41 Levi Casboult 79
    8 Matthew Kreuzer 73
    6 Kade Simpson 66
    3 Marc Murphy 65
    42 Zach Tuohy 63
    11 Sam Kerridge 60
    13 Jed Lamb 54
    27 Dennis Armfield 52
    39 Dale Thomas 47
    14 Liam Jones 45
    38 Ciaran Byrne 44
    19 Liam Sumner 44
    17 Sam Rowe 43
    46 Matthew Wright 40
    40 Michael Jamison 26
    20 Lachie Plowman 18
    1 Andrew Walker 9
    TOTAL1264

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  5. Is it almost time to get Pendles in yet? Or is his score being flattered by his opponent?

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  6. COLLINGWOOD

    10 Scott Pendlebury 144
    22 Steele Sidebottom 112
    38 Jeremy Howe 105
    7 Adam Treloar 102
    1 Alex Fasolo 100
    20 Ben Reid 94
    30 Darcy Moore 83
    9 Jesse White 82
    11 Jarryd Blair 75
    2 Jordan De Goey 74
    37 Brayden Maynard 73
    4 Brodie Grundy 64
    45 Jack Frost 58
    19 Levi Greenwood 58
    25 Jack Crisp 55
    43 Adam Oxley 53
    34 Alan Toovey 50
    40 Josh Smith 48
    29 Tim Broomhead 39
    39 Ben Crocker 32
    14 James Aish 24
    46 Mason Cox 24
    TOTAL1549

    CARLTON

    4 Bryce Gibbs 127
    9 Patrick Cripps 123
    6 Kade Simpson 118
    35 Ed Curnow 116
    15 Sam Docherty 116
    41 Levi Casboult 104
    33 Andrejs Everitt 97
    3 Marc Murphy 88
    8 Matthew Kreuzer 87
    39 Dale Thomas 80
    11 Sam Kerridge 80
    42 Zach Tuohy 75
    13 Jed Lamb 74
    17 Sam Rowe 71
    46 Matthew Wright 68
    38 Ciaran Byrne 61
    27 Dennis Armfield 60
    14 Liam Jones 50
    19 Liam Sumner 46
    20 Lachie Plowman 33
    40 Michael Jamison 29
    1 Andrew Walker 19
    TOTAL1722

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Game Chat – Collingwood v Carlton

Written by Thommo on August 8 2015

Buckley claims Collingwood ย have forgotten how to win but if they lose to Carlton, we will all know the real problem: No Cloke, no Collingwood.

Carlton are struggling for form but given they are playing their old foe, the Blues may finally fire up. Barker has certainly helped their motivation levels by axing the disinterested Yarran.

So will the Pies keep their slim finals hopes alive or have the Blues got one upset left up their sleeves?

Congratulation to Ben Reid for his long awaited 100th game.

Thommo’s tip: Collingwood by 18 points.

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  1. Hey guys,

    So a little off-topic, Knight as E for Buddy was ok, nothing special, but with 1 trade remaining maybe I could gain an advantage with getting Buddy out this week. Thinking either a discount Bartel still priced below $500k or Rocky. Did Beams – Danger last night and put VC on him which was a great move, glad to have the C taken care of already. ๐Ÿ™‚

    I am predominately playing QFs this week and only one EF, so even if this week turns out to not finish up well for my squad, I’ve got another chance, but that’s what makes this week a dilemma.

    T/U – Get out Buddy for the likes of those upgrade targets I listed
    T/D – Hold fire and take Knight’s score and re-assess Buddy next week

    Cheers guys

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  2. NO LATE CHANGES

    FINAL INTERCHANGE
    Collingwood: Jarryd Blair, Taylor Adams, Brayden Maynard
    Substitute: Matthew Scharenberg
    Carlton: Clem Smith, Cameron Wood, Andrew Carrazzo
    Substitute: Mark Whiley

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  3. Who is to pick
    T/U Pendlebury
    T/D Mundy
    Comment for Steven/ armitage

    Not sure if Mundy or Pendlebury might get rested in the next couple of weeks

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  4. QUARTER TIME
    Collingwood 3.2 (20)
    Carlton 2.2 (14)

    COLLINGWOOD
    36 Dane Swan 39
    10 Scott Pendlebury 39
    1 Alex Fasolo 37
    19 Levi Greenwood 32
    4 Brodie Grundy 31
    26 Marley Williams 31
    34 Alan Toovey 24
    37 Brayden Maynard 24
    22 Steele Sidebottom 24
    20 Ben Reid 23
    28 Ben Sinclair 19
    11 Jarryd Blair 19
    25 Jack Crisp 18
    13 Taylor Adams 18
    8 Tom Langdon 18
    45 Jack Frost 14
    16 Nathan J. Brown 12
    5 Jamie Elliott 10
    18 Travis Varcoe 8
    17 Jonathon Marsh 7
    30 Darcy Moore 5
    12 Matthew Scharenberg 0 (SUB)

    CARLTON
    3 Marc Murphy 42
    44 Andrew Carrazzo 31
    8 Matthew Kreuzer 28
    6 Kade Simpson 26
    43 Simon White 26
    7 Dylan Buckley 23
    9 Patrick Cripps 23
    35 Ed Curnow 21
    41 Levi Casboult 19
    12 Blaine Boekhorst 18
    40 Michael Jamison 17
    20 Nick Holman 13
    25 Clem Smith 12
    42 Zach Tuohy 12
    15 Sam Docherty 11
    33 Andrejs Everitt 8
    28 Tom Bell 8
    1 Andrew Walker 7
    36 Cameron Wood 6
    23 Lachie Henderson 5
    17 Sam Rowe 4
    24 Mark Whiley 0 (SUB)

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  5. HALF TIME
    Collingwood 7.7 (49)
    Carlton 5.3 (33)

    COLLINGWOOD
    36 Dane Swan 75
    10 Scott Pendlebury 61
    1 Alex Fasolo 60
    19 Levi Greenwood 59
    26 Marley Williams 55
    4 Brodie Grundy 53
    11 Jarryd Blair 53
    8 Tom Langdon 47
    25 Jack Crisp 46
    20 Ben Reid 45
    22 Steele Sidebottom 45
    37 Brayden Maynard 39
    13 Taylor Adams 38
    5 Jamie Elliott 37
    18 Travis Varcoe 36
    28 Ben Sinclair 35
    34 Alan Toovey 34
    30 Darcy Moore 25
    16 Nathan J. Brown 24
    45 Jack Frost 20
    17 Jonathon Marsh 20
    12 Matthew Scharenberg 0 (SUB)

    CARLTON
    3 Marc Murphy 66
    44 Andrew Carrazzo 52
    28 Tom Bell 52
    6 Kade Simpson 51
    35 Ed Curnow 42
    8 Matthew Kreuzer 42
    9 Patrick Cripps 42
    33 Andrejs Everitt 41
    20 Nick Holman 41
    15 Sam Docherty 40
    12 Blaine Boekhorst 34
    7 Dylan Buckley 29
    40 Michael Jamison 27
    43 Simon White 27
    41 Levi Casboult 26
    42 Zach Tuohy 25
    25 Clem Smith 20
    23 Lachie Henderson 20
    17 Sam Rowe 20
    1 Andrew Walker 18
    36 Cameron Wood 8
    24 Mark Whiley 0 (SUB)

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  6. THREE QUARTER TIME
    Collingwood 9.9 (63)
    Carlton 7.6 (48)

    COLLINGWOOD
    36 Dane Swan 122
    10 Scott Pendlebury 104
    1 Alex Fasolo 98
    26 Marley Williams 78
    19 Levi Greenwood 77
    11 Jarryd Blair 74
    25 Jack Crisp 72
    4 Brodie Grundy 71
    8 Tom Langdon 71
    22 Steele Sidebottom 64
    37 Brayden Maynard 60
    5 Jamie Elliott 57
    28 Ben Sinclair 54
    34 Alan Toovey 52
    20 Ben Reid 48
    18 Travis Varcoe 42
    13 Taylor Adams 40
    30 Darcy Moore 34
    17 Jonathon Marsh 32
    16 Nathan J. Brown 25
    45 Jack Frost 23
    12 Matthew Scharenberg 0 (SUB)

    CARLTON
    3 Marc Murphy 104
    6 Kade Simpson 90
    35 Ed Curnow 81
    44 Andrew Carrazzo 73
    15 Sam Docherty 70
    28 Tom Bell 69
    9 Patrick Cripps 66
    33 Andrejs Everitt 65
    40 Michael Jamison 54
    8 Matthew Kreuzer 53
    20 Nick Holman 50
    23 Lachie Henderson 49
    7 Dylan Buckley 44
    41 Levi Casboult 43
    12 Blaine Boekhorst 36
    42 Zach Tuohy 35
    43 Simon White 34
    17 Sam Rowe 28
    25 Clem Smith 27
    1 Andrew Walker 26
    24 Mark Whiley 25 (SUBBED ON)
    36 Cameron Wood 11 (SUBBED OFF)

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  7. FULL TIME
    Collingwood 16.9 (105)
    Carlton 13.9 (87)

    COLLINGWOOD
    36 Dane Swan 163
    10 Scott Pendlebury 132
    1 Alex Fasolo 121
    11 Jarryd Blair 108
    25 Jack Crisp 103
    8 Tom Langdon 96
    26 Marley Williams 94
    4 Brodie Grundy 93
    5 Jamie Elliott 89
    19 Levi Greenwood 86
    37 Brayden Maynard 85
    22 Steele Sidebottom 84
    20 Ben Reid 75
    34 Alan Toovey 66
    28 Ben Sinclair 62
    18 Travis Varcoe 53
    16 Nathan J. Brown 43
    13 Taylor Adams 39
    17 Jonathon Marsh 35
    30 Darcy Moore 33
    45 Jack Frost 30
    12 Matthew Scharenberg 27

    CARLTON
    3 Marc Murphy 120
    6 Kade Simpson 108
    9 Patrick Cripps 102
    44 Andrew Carrazzo 97
    8 Matthew Kreuzer 97
    28 Tom Bell 86
    35 Ed Curnow 81
    15 Sam Docherty 81
    33 Andrejs Everitt 77
    41 Levi Casboult 64
    12 Blaine Boekhorst 63
    23 Lachie Henderson 61
    40 Michael Jamison 58
    42 Zach Tuohy 57
    7 Dylan Buckley 55
    24 Mark Whiley 55
    20 Nick Holman 51
    17 Sam Rowe 47
    43 Simon White 45
    25 Clem Smith 42
    1 Andrew Walker 41
    36 Cameron Wood 11

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  8. Take pendles’ 129 or roll the dice with Goldy?

    Guy I’m facing in my cash league had danger as his VC so you can see my predicament

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