Australian Football League Live Melbourne Demons vs Collingwood Magpies Stream AFL 2015 Seasons Week 10 math will be kick off at Melbourne Cricket Ground Stadium (MCG), Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Monday 08 June 2015 online, 15.20pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
The Collingwood Magpies will be buoyed by their come-from-behind win over North but face a Melbourne side that is sure to be inspired by Neale Daniher and the Freeze MND movement before the game
The Demons have added Max Gawn, Ben Newton and Aiden Riley straight into the 22 with Rohan Bail the only one omitted from the early teams. Chris Dawes, Sam Frost, Christian Salem and Dom Tyson are missing from their ideal 22. The Pies are without Taylor Adams (toe) having added Sam Dwyer, Ben Kennedy, Tim Broomhead, Brayden Maynard. Levi Greenwood, Lachie Keefe and Brent Macaffer are missing from their best 22.
Melbourne is 15th on the ladder having won three of nine games this year. They rank last in points per game averaging just 68 points per game and 13th in most points conceded this season. The Dees are 2-4 (1-5 against the line) vs top eight teams this year. The Pies are 6-3 in 2015 to bet fourth on the ladder. They rank third in scoring and fifth in least points conceded this season. They’re 0-2 both head to head and against the line vs top eight this season.
Melbourne and Collingwood have played each other 229 times with the Pies leading 145-79 with five draws. Melbourne has not defeated the Magpies since Queen’s Birthday 2007, when Russell Robertson kicked seven goals. Since then, Collingwood has won 9 games and there’s been one draw. Since 2010, Collingwood is 5-0-1 (2-4 against the line) vs Melbourne. Five of the last seven games have totalled over 160-points. The Demons are 6-12 (8-10 against the line) at the MCG under Paul Roos. Under Roos, Melbourne is 0-6 (0-6 against the line) following a loss of over 50-points. The Magpies are 32-19 at the MCG under Nathan Buckley but only 21-30 against the line in those games. Dane Swan averages 36 touches in his last four games against the Dees. Jamie Elliot has kicked 12 goals in his last three games.
The Queen’s Birthday long weekend has had a consistent finish for the past couple of years with Collingwood beating Melbourne. This game featured just 89-points last year as the Pies prevailed by 33-points. Collingwood comes into this one with a confidence boosting comeback win over North whilst Melbourne’s inconsistency continued; following up a good start against Port by then fading to lose by 10-goals. However, the Dees are 4-2 against the line vs Collingwood, since 2010 and have the ability to cover the start again on Monday in what shapes to be another low-scoring encounter. The Pies record has been flattered by one of the easiest draws and the Dees have the potential to pull off an upset.
B Colin Garland, Tom McDonald, Jack Fitzpatrick
HB Jeremy Howe, Lynden Dunn, Neville Jetta
C Daniel Cross, Aaron Vandenberg, Heritier Lumumba
HF Ben Newton, Cameron Pedersen, Jack Viney
F Jeff Garlett, Jesse Hogan, Aidan Riley
FOL Max Gawn, Nathan Jones, Bernie Vince
I/C Jack Watts, Jimmy Toumpas, Angus Brayshaw, Matt Jones
EMG: Viv Michie, Jack Grimes, Jake Spencer,
IN Ben Newton, Aidan Riley, Max Gawn
OUT Rohan Bail (Omitted), Jack Grimes (Omitted), Jake Spencer (Omitted)
B Tom Langdon, Nathan J. Brown, Marley Williams
HB Alan Toovey, Jack Frost, Tyson Goldsack
C Travis Varcoe, Dane Swan, Paul Seedsman
HF Jamie Elliott, Jesse White, Steele Sidebottom
F Alex Fasolo, Travis Cloke, Jarryd Blair
FOL Brodie Grundy, Jack Crisp, Scott Pendlebury
I/C Jarrod Witts, Tim Broomhead, Jordan De Goey, Adam Oxley
EMG Sam Dwyer, Ben Kennedy, Brayden Maynard
IN Tim Broomhead
OUT Taylor Adams (Toe)