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Where: Adelaide Oval
When: Saturday August 2, 4.40am (BST)
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Adelaide come into the game at Adelaide Oval off the back of a season-saving win over Collingwood at the MCG and will be liking their chances to knock off the hot and cold Eagles.
The Crows showed great fight against the Magpies last week and the win propelled them over Nathan Buckley’s men inside the top eight, and it’s difficult to see them slipping up against West Coast.
Adam Simpson’s chargers come off a shock 19-point loss to Richmond at home last week, and despite the hunger to rewrite their wrongs the Crows should have too much at Adelaide Oval.
West Coast’s task has been made even harder as they will miss ruckman Dean Cox who was knocked unconscious last week from a swinging Ty Vickery fist.
Adelaide welcome back Scott Thompson into the side, and should win comfortably here.
1. West Coast travels to Adelaide Oval for the first time; at AAMI Stadium the Crows held a winning record of 13-8 against the Eagles.
2. Since Taylor Walker’s return in round nine, Adelaide has won six of its 10 matches, kicking an average score of 94 points. Three of its losses have been by two goals or less.
3. The Crows are the number one contested marking side in 2014, averaging 11.4 a game, while West Coast is ranked sixth with an average of 10.4.
4. West Coast is ranked second for hit-outs averaging 49.2 a game, although it hasn’t transferred into clearance success, where the Eagles are ranked 11th for total and centre clearances.
5. There haven’t been many close clashes between these sides in recent seasons; since 2006, six matches have been decided by 50 points or more and three by more than 80.
6. Adelaide defender Brodie Smith is gaining on Sydney Swan Nick Malceski as the second best small-medium defender in the game according to the Official AFL Player Ratings. Smith is seven points behind Malceski, who is nine points behind Hawthorn’s Shaun Burgoyne. (AFL.com.au)