Australian Football League Live Carlton Blues vs Melbourne Demons Stream AFL 2015 Seasons Week 21 math will be kick off at MCG, Melbourne, Western Australia, Australia, Sunday 23 August 2015 online, 15.20 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
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The Blues have seen the last of Lachlan Henderson in the navy jumper with him requesting a trade this week and them telling him he’s services were no longer required. Coach John Barker suggested he would have been dropped anyway. They have added Jason Tutt, Levi Casboult, Matt Watson and Troy Menzel to their squad. They are without at least five members of their best 22. The Dees have lost Neville Jetta (neck) and Matt Jones (omit) from last week’s horrific effort. They have added Mark Jamar, Aiden Riley, Ben Newton, Christian Salem and Billy Stretch. They are without at least five of their best 22 too.
The Blues slumped to last on the ladder after their 64-point loss to Brisbane last weekend. They have won just three of their 19 games, the last of those wins was back in round 13 over Gold Coast. They have conceded an average of 132-points per game in the last month with an average losing margin of 70-points. Carlton is 3-6 (6-3 against the line) against bottom ten teams this season. After beating Collingwood three weeks ago, the Dees have comprehensively lost to North and the Bulldogs in the last two weeks. They were utterly atrocious against the Dogs bar the third quarter where they showed a little fight. They are 5-5 (4-6 against the line) vs bottom ten teams in 2015.
Carlton has played Melbourne 207 times with the Blues leading 116-88 with two draws. Melbourne has defeated Carlton only once after their infamous “Kreuzer Cup” win in 2007. The Blues have covered the line against the Dees in five of their last seven matches. The Demons are 8-16 (10-14 against the line) at the MCG under Paul Roos. Melbourne is 5-7 (4-8 against the line) in games that they have started as favourite since the start of 2012 – 1-5 both head to head and ATL under Paul Roos. Under Roos, Melbourne is 0-8 (0-8 against the line) following a loss of over 50-points. Carlton is 6-17-1 (11-13 against the line) at the MCG under since the start of 2013. Marc Murphy is averaging over 30 touches per game in the past month. Four of the past six matches have totalled under 162-points.
B: Z. Tuohy, M. Jamison, S. Rowe
HB: D. Buckley, S. Docherty, M. Dick
C: M. Murphy, A. Carrazzo, K. Simpson
HF: T. Bell, A. Everitt, B. Boekhorst
F: A. Walker, L. Casboult, T. Menzel
Foll: M. Kreuzer, E. Curnow, P. Cripps
I/C: D. Ellard, K. Jaksch, J. Tutt, M. Whiley
Emer: M.Watson, C.Smith, N.Holman
Ins: L. Casboult, T. Menzel, J. Tutt
Outs: L. Henderson, N. Holman, C. Smith
B: C. Garland, L. Dunn, J. Howe
HB: D. Cross, T. McDonald, C. Salem
C: B. Stretch, B. Vince, H. Lumumba
HF: V. Michie, C. Dawes, J. Harmes
F: J. Garlett, J. Hogan, J. Watts
Foll: M. Gawn, N. Jones, J. Viney
I/C: A. Brayshaw, B. Newton, A. Neal-Bullen, J. Grimes
Emer: A.Riley, M.Jamar, R.Bail.
Ins: B. Stretch, C. Salem, B. Newton
Outs: M. Jones, N. Jetta, R. Bail