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Where: Melbourne Cricket Ground
When: Sunday July 27, 7.40am (BST)
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A spot in the finals is up for grabs for both sides and a loss for either will put a big dent for their finals aspirations.
Collingwood have lost four of its last five matches and need a win at home to get its finals chances back on track.
A Crows win would propel Brenton Sanderson’s side above Collingwood and into the top eight.
Adelaide welcome back David Mackay from a hamstring injury, and will be relying on Taylor Walker to kick a bag against an inexperienced Collingwood backline.
Nathan Buckley will have Jamie Elliot at this disposal following his comeback from injury, whilst Ben Reid will be a welcome inclusion since the retirement of former captain Nick Maxwell.
Given what’s at stake, this should be a close one with plenty of men around the ball to close up play.
It’s almost impossible to call, but if the aforementioned Walker can get on top of the battle with the Magpies defence, then Adelaide should win it.
1. Josh Jenkins starred with four goals in Adelaide’s round nine win over Collingwood, while the Magpies kicked just one goal after half-time.
2. Collingwood has lost four of its past five games and struggled to score, with an average of just 77.8 points in the five games while conceding an average of 96 points.
3. The Magpies are 16th of the 18 AFL teams for clearances this season, averaging just 34.1 a game. Adelaide is 10th for clearances, averaging 38.3.
4. Collingwood key forward Travis Cloke was held goalless for the fifth time this season against Essendon last round. He went goalless six times in the 2012-2013 seasons combined.
5. Collingwood has won seven of its previous nine contests against Adelaide at the MCG. The Crows last beat the Magpies here in round one, 2009 – by four points.
6. Dane Swan, out with injury now, has been Collingwood’s third top performer in the Official AFL Player Ratings at No. 28, behind Scott Pendlebury (2) and Steele Sidebottom (18). Patrick Dangerfield (4) is Adelaide’s highest-ranked player, with Rory Sloane next best (12). (AFL.com.au)