AFL Women Live North Melbourne Kangaroos W vs Adelaide Crows W Live Streaming Free 2019 Stream Online,The AFL match will be kick off at Chirnside Park, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Sunday 03 March 2019 online, 16:05 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
It’s now or never for North Melbourne. After a woeful third quarter that cost the Kangaroos’ victory against the Western Bulldogs last Sunday, they must beat the Crows to keep their finals chances alive. The Kangaroos haven’t won in Adelaide since 2011. Like the Bulldogs, the Crows have little to play for apart from pride. The Crows are looking more like the side that reached last year’s Grand but left themselves too much to do. Brodie Smith’s return in the past couple of weeks has been a bright spot, with the attacking half-back showing how much he’s been missed this year. Skipper Taylor Walker will miss the rest of the season having accepted a two-game suspension. Shaun Higgins, Ben Brown and Majak Daw are in great form, but the Kangaroos need more from their second-tier players. The Crows will be keen to give their supporters something to cheer about in their final home game of the season.
An incredible 10-goals-to-none first quarter was the catalyst for the Kangaroos’ huge upset over the Crows in round seven last year in Hobart. Jarrad Waite was the star, finishing with 22 disposals, eight marks and six goals.
With Ben Brown leading the way, North Melbourne is sixth in the League for goals kicked this season, with 257. In contrast, the Crows are 12th with 241 – way down on the 333 goals they had kicked at the same time last season.
The Crows have the edge 4-3 in meetings between the two clubs since 2014. However, they’re generally not always close games, with three of those decided by more than 50 points.
Both sides have struggled to mark the ball inside 50 this season. The Kangaroos are equal 13th with 10.6 inside 50 marks per game, while the Crows are 16th (9.1).
The Crows have never lost to the Kangaroos at Adelaide Oval, winning all four games at the ground by an average of 52 points. The Kangaroos have lost their past seven games in Adelaide and haven’t won in the City of Churches since 2011.
Majak Daw’s success since being switched to defence is illustrated in the Schick AFL Player Ratings. Daw has averaged the fourth-most player ratings points per game for key defenders this season. His 12.1 per game is behind only Harris Andrews (14.3), Jeremy McGovern (14.2) and Alex Rance (12.7).
Kangaroos spearhead Ben Brown was a lock for the Coleman Medal until Richmond star Jack Riewoldt put 10 goals past Gold Coast to throw the race wide open. Brown is level with Riewoldt on 58 goals heading into the round and will know what he needs to do when he runs out on to Adelaide Oval in the Sunday twilight fixture.
There are two top-of-the-conference clashes in both pools this weekend, the first seeing two-time grand finalists the Brisbane Lions come up against the Geelong Cats, and the other with competition pacesetters North Melbourne hosting 2017 premiers the Adelaide Crows in Werribee.
Meantime, Collingwood will be desperate to get on the board when hosting Carlton, while the Greater Western Sydney Giants will be out to build on last week’s win over the Pies when they host Melbourne in Blacktown.
After two dismal losses against Fremantle and Melbourne, Brisbane needed to bounce back if they were to have any chance of reviving their finals hopes – and they did so in devastating fashion last Saturday night.
In their first meeting against the Western Bulldogs since last year’s grand final, the Lions not only exacted some revenge, but also hammered the Dogs by 32 points to rocket up to the top of Conference B.
Forward Sabrina Frederick-Traub rebounded from a forgettable showing against the Dees to be one of the Lions’ best.
The Cats – who were also coming off two losses, though to the Western Bulldogs and Crows – survived a major scare against Carlton before eventually prevailing by five points, the result seeing them claim second place in Conference B.