Australian Football League Live West Coast Eagles vs Adelaide Crows Live Stream Free, AFL 2017 Seasons Week 23 Stream. West Coast Eagles vs Adelaide Crows match will be kickoff at Domain Stadium, Perth, WA, Australia, Sunday 27 August 2017 online, 16:40 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
It will be a nervous wait for both teams, particularly for ninth placed West Coast, who will be sweating on the results of other games earlier in the round.
The Eagles need a slip up from either Melbourne or Essendon to have any chance of making the eight. They may also need to bridge a slight percentage gap.
Essendon are likely to take out their early Sunday clash against Fremantle, while Melbourne head in as slight favourites against Collingwood on Saturday. If the Bombers unexpectedly drop their game, the Eagles will be in the eight should they conquer Adelaide.
If Melbourne go down but Essendon win, the Eagles will need to win and bridge a percentage gap of 2.1%. This equates to about a seven-goal swing.
Adelaide will finish either first or second on the ladder. A win secures them top spot, while a loss may send them to second, depending on whether or not GWS defeat Geelong on Saturday night.
The Crows have been posted at the odds of $1.56 in the head to head betting with CrownBet, while West Coast are at $2.45. The Eagles enjoy the home ground advantage and it will be the last time they play at Domain Stadium, with future home matches to be played at the soon-to-be-ready Perth Stadium.
The ground has provided plenty of memories over the years and adds another dimension to the clash, as does the impending retirements of a couple of Brownlow Medallists in Sam Mitchell and Matt Priddis.
Those two combined for 54 possessions in the Eagles 21-point loss to GWS last weekend and should have a say in proceedings. Josh Kennedy looms as another key player for the home side. The spearhead is four goals clear at the top of the goalkicking table and looks set to pick up his third straight Coleman Medal.
With a stack of variables heading into the game it is hard to get a gauge on what the result may be, but if Adelaide bring their A-game they will be very hard to beat, even if the clash turns out to be a dead rubber.
Rory Sloane and the Crouch brothers have been in terrific form and if the Crows can convert in front of the big sticks, the result should go their way. Their radar was slightly off last weekend in the three-point loss to Sydney, where they managed 25 scoring shots to 18.
B: T.Barrass, E.Mackenzie, B.Sheppard
HB: S.Hurn, J.McGovern, L.Duggan
C: A.Gaff, M.Priddis, D.Sheed
HF: E.Yeo, J.Darling, J.Redden
F: D.Petrie, J.Kennedy, M.LeCras
FOL: N.Vardy, S.Mitchell, L.Shuey
I/C: J.Cripps, L.Jetta, L.Partington, M.Hutchings
EMG: W.Schofield, J.Nelson, J.Waterman
B: R.Laird, K.Hartigan, J.Lever
HB: J.Kelly, A.Keath, L.Brown
C: B.Smith, R.Sloane, R.Atkins
HF: R.Douglas, T.Lynch, C.Cameron
F: M.McGovern, J.Jenkins, E.Betts
FOL: S.Jacobs, B.Crouch, M.Crouch
I/C: R.Knight, P.Seedsman, D.Mackay, W.Milera
EMG: J.Beech, H.Greenwood, R.O’Brien
IN: K.Hartigan, P.Seedsman, W.Milera
OUT: D.Talia, H.Greenwood, T.Walker