Australian Football League Live West Coast Eagles vs Adelaide Crows Stream AFL 2015 Seasons Week 15 math will be kick off at Domain Stadium, Perth, Western Australia, Australia Saturday 11 July 2015 online, 19.40 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
West Coast Eagles vs Adelaide Crows Both teams have been hit by the Phil Walsh tragedy with West Coast looking to solidify their top four credentials whilst the Crows must push on towards a potential finals berth.
Rory Sloane (jaw) will need to be replaced after being injured against the Lions with Jarryd Lyons likely to replace him. They are likely to be without at least four members of their best 22. For the Eagles, don’t expect too many changes from their winning side but Matt Rosa, Brant Colledge, Jackson Nelson and Jamie Bennell are pushing for recalls in the WAFL. They are still missing key defenders Mitch Brown and Eric Mackenzie.
The Eagles are second on the ladder with 10 wins through 13 games having won nine of their last 10. They rank second in both scoring and defence. They are 2-1 against teams in the eight this season. The Crows are eighth on the table after splitting the points in their abandoned game against Geelong. They rank fourth for points per game and but 10th for point conceded per game this season. They’re 1-3 (2-2 against the line) vs top eight teams this season.
Adelaide and West Coast have played 40 times with the Eagles leading 22-18. The Eagles have won four out of the last six games. The Eagles are 4-3 both head-to-head and at the line vs Adelaide since 2010. The Crows are 3-5 both head to head and against the line the game following a trip to Queensland since the start of 2011. Adelaide is 4-3 (3-4 against the line) following a week off since the start of 2011. Adelaide is 14-12 (13-13 against the line) when playing away from Adelaide in the last three seasons. Adelaide is 3-4 (4-3 against the line) at Subiaco since the start of 2010. Three of the past five games have totalled over 194-points. Clubs are 3-5 (5-3 against the line) the first game under an interim-coach.
The toughest week in the history of the Crows, it is impossible to tell how they will respond. The Wolf is keen on the over total match points line. The Eagles have had no troubles scoring recently with Jack Darling coming back from injury and combining well with Josh Kennedy, Mark Lecras and Jamie Cripps whilst midfielder Luke Shuey and ruckman Nic Naitanui can be relied upon to hit the scoreboard.
West Coast Eagles:
B Shannon Hurn, Will Schofield, Sam Butler
HB Matt Rosa, Jeremy McGovern, Sharrod Wellingham
C Elliot Yeo, Matt Priddis, Jamie Cripps
HF Chris Masten, Jack Darling, Josh Hill
F Mark LeCras, Josh J. Kennedy, Callum Sinclair
FOLL Nic Naitanui, Luke Shuey, Andrew Gaff
I/C Xavier Ellis, Scott Selwood, Dom Sheed, Brad Sheppard
EMG Liam Duggan, Mark Hutchings, Kane Lucas
IN Matt Rosa
OUT Liam Duggan
OUT Lachlan Hansen (hip), Majak Daw, Trent Dumont, Lindsay Thomas
B Luke Brown, Daniel Talia, Jake Lever
HB Rory Laird, Kyle Hartigan, Ricky Henderson
C David Mackay, Scott Thompson, Brodie Smith
HF Matthew Wright, Charlie Cameron, Tom Lynch
F Josh Jenkins, Taylor Walker, Eddie Betts
FOLL Sam Jacobs, Patrick Dangerfield, Richard Douglas
I/C Nathan Van Berlo, Cam Ellis-Yolmen, Riley Knight, Matt Crouch
EMG Rory Atkins, Jarryd Lyons, Brodie Martin
IN Jake Lever, Ricky Henderson, Riley Knight
OUT Rory Sloane (cheek), Kyle Cheney (back), Jake Kelly
NEW Riley Knight