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Where: Etihad Stadium, Melbourne
When: 4.10 (BST)
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The Bulldogs didn’t take their chances against Carlton last Sunday and it cost them dearly.
Defenders Tom Williams, Michael Talia and Easton Wood struggled to contain the Blues’ key forwards in Lachie Henderson and Jarrad Waite who kicked eight goals between them.
The Dogs will be hoping defender Dale Morris, who served a one-match ban last week, has overcome an ankle injury. Adelaide has kicked 41 goals in its last two games and an undermanned Bulldogs side will have their work cut out trying to stop the flow.
Patrick Dangerfield was superb last week for the Crows kicking five goals and racking up 33 touches and will prove dangerous if not watched closely. Liam Picken would seem a likely tagging opponent.
Ryan Griffin (Bulldogs) – Has shown over the past fortnight he is returning to close to his peak form and fitness.
Stewart Crameri (Bulldogs) – Managed to kick four goals last weekend and adds much needed experience for the side.
Luke Dahlhaus (Bulldogs) – Showed he is an exciting prospect for the future, and brings tenacity and skill to the side.
Patrick Dangerfield (Crows) – Back to his devastating best last weekend with 33 touches and five goals. Looms as the danger man again for a reason.
Josh Jenkins (Crows) – An incresingly popular target up forward for the Crows, has managed to kick eight goals in two weeks.
Scott Thompson (Crows) – A ball magnet through the middle of the ground, the veteran is still capable of some magic from time to time.
1. This will be the 39th contest between the two sides with Adelaide leading the head-to-heads 21 to 17.
2. Contested possessions haven’t been a strength for either team in 2014; the Bulldogs are ranked 16th while the Crows are 17th. Only the Brisbane Lions have had less.
3. The Crows are the No.1 centre clearance team in 2014 averaging 16.6 per game while the Bulldogs are 13th at 12 per game.
4. At Etihad Stadium there have been seven previous matches between these sides and the Bulldogs have dominated with six wins to one. Adelaide’s only win was in round one, 2002.
5. The Bulldogs have struggled to get the ball inside 50 this season ranked 14th, averaging 45 entries per game, while the Crows are sixth with 52 per game.
6. Patrick Dangerfield’s five goal, 33 possession performance against the Giants in round five has propelled him to No.3 in the Official AFL Player Ratings.