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Where: Spotless Stadium
When: Saturday July 5, 5.10am (BST)
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The Crows are making a serious charge towards finals football and a win over the Giants will put them inside the top eight.
Brenton Sanderson’s side will come into the match full of confidence after beating the then top-of-the-table Port Adelaide in the Showdown last week in a nailbiter.
After winning two games on the trot for the first time in its short history, GWS came crashing back down to earth by crosstown rivals Sydney, who defeated the Giants convincingly to avenge its first round humiliation.
The Giants will be without Heath Shaw who’ll will miss the clash after being knocked unconscious by the flying knee of Kurt Tippett last round, but will welcome back vice-captain Tom Scully for a hamstring injury.
Despite GWS’s increasing improvements, the desperate Crows should have too much here.
1. GWS has had plenty of trouble against Adelaide, who they are yet to beat in four attempts. Two of those losses were by well over 100 points, including a 135-point defeat at Spotless Stadium last season.
2. Patrick Dangerfield starred in his last two games against the Giants. He had 28 touches, four goals and three Brownlow Medal votes in round seven last year and 33 possessions and five goals earlier this season.
3. GWS is the AFL’s No.1 clearance side in 2014, with a total of 587 or 41.9 per game. The Crows are ranked 8th with 38.5 per game.
4. Adelaide is averaging 54.8 inside 50s per game, 4th overall in the AFL. GWS is 11th with 49.6.
5. The Giants have a 3-2 record at Spotless Stadium this year. In their first two seasons combined, they were 2-11.
6. Adelaide currently has three players inside the top 50 in the Official AFL Player Ratings – Dangerfield (No.4), Rory Sloane (No.15) and Richard Douglas (No.22).