Australian Football League Live Collingwood Magpies vs Richmond Tigers Stream AFL 2015 Seasons Week 21 math will be kick off at MCG, Melbourne, Western Australia, Australia, Saturday 22 August 2015 online, 13.45 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
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The Pies are still a mathematical chance of finals though would need to be very lucky. The are 11th on the table with 9 wins and 10 losses. They rank sixth in scoring and 8th in least points conceded this season. The Magpies are a 1-7 (3-5 against the line) against top eight teams this year. The Tigers have lost two of their last four though did find form with an 83-point thrashing of Gold Coast last weekend. They are sixth on the ladder and rank 11th on scoring and fourth on least points conceded this season. Richmond is 8-3 (7-4 against the line) vs bottom ten sides this season.
Richmond-Collingwood have faced each-other on 202 occasions, with the Magpies leading 116-85 with 1 draw. Collingwood have won seven of their last eight games against Richmond by an average of 46 points though the Tigers did prevail by 5-points in round 7. The Magpies are 35-21 at the MCG under Nathan Buckley but only 22-34 against the line in those games. The Tigers are 11-12 (11-12 against the line) at the MCG since the start of 2014. Richmond is 14-7 (10-11 against the line) when starting as favourite in 2014-15. Seven of the last eight games have totalled over 171.5 total match points and four of the last five are above 181-points. Dane Swan averages over 37 disposals in the last four weeks.
B: T. Langdon, J. Frost, M. Williams
HB: A. Toovey, J. Marsh, B. Sinclair
C: J. Crisp, D. Swan, S. Sidebottom
HF: T. Varcoe, B. Reid, J. Elliott
F: A. Fasolo, T. Cloke, D. Moore
Foll: B. Grundy, T. Adams, S. Pendlebury
Inter: J. Blair, L. Greenwood, J. De Goey, B. Maynard
Emerg: J. White, M. Scharenberg, P. Karnezis
Ins: B. Maynard
Outs: N. Brown
B: C. Newman, J. Batchelor, T. Chaplin
HB: N. Vlastuin, A. Rance, B. Houli
C: B. Ellis, B. Deledio, T. Hunt
HF: B. Lennon, T. Vickery, D. Martin
F: S. Edwards, J. Riewoldt, T. Cotchin
Foll: I. Maric, S. Grigg, K. Lambert
Inter: A. Miles, S. Lloyd, S. Morris, K. McIntosh
Emerg: S. Hampson, M. Thomas, J. Castagna
Ins: S. Edwards
Outs: M. Thomas