Where: Etihad Stadium, Melbourne
When: Sunday April 26 – 7.40am (UK), 4.40pm (AEST)
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Adelaide are flying on top of the AFL ladder after winning its three opening matches of the season, but face a stern test against an ever-improving Western Bulldogs outfit.
The Bulldogs could not match it with reigning premiers Hawthorn last week, but have shown they have taken major strides since 2014.
Dale Morris and Mitch Wallis are big losses for the Bulldogs, but the return of Marcus Bontempelli is a big boost for Luke Beveridge’s side.
Adelaide’s midfield showed it was still capable of producing the goods even if Patrick Dangerfield is tagged out of a match, while new skipper Taylor Walker is looking as good as ever.
There’s no doubt the Crows will go in as clear favourites here, but expect a strong showing from the Bulldogs.
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B Matthew Boyd, Jordan Roughead, Easton Wood
HB Robert Murphy, Michael Talia, Jason Johannisen
C Tory Dickson, Liam Picken, Jack Macrae
HF Luke Dahlhaus, Koby Stevens, Nathan Hrovat
F Jake Stringer, Tom Boyd, Stewart Crameri
FOL Ayce Cordy, Lin Jong, Marcus Bontempelli
I/C Jarrad Grant, Clay Smith, Lukas Webb, Mitch Honeychurch, Will Minson, Bailey Dale, Brett Goodes (Three to be omitted)
B David Mackay, Daniel Talia, Luke Brown
HB Jake Kelly, Kyle Hartigan, Rory Laird
C Ricky Henderson, Patrick Dangerfield, Brodie Smith
HF Eddie Betts, Josh Jenkins, Nathan Van Berlo
F Richard Douglas, Taylor Walker, Tom Lynch
FOL Sam Jacobs, Rory Sloane, Scott Thompson
I/C Mitch Grigg, Matthew Jaensch, Matthew Wright, Charlie Cameron, Cam Ellis-Yolmen, Jarryd Lyons, Matt Crouch (Three to be omitted)