Australian Football League Live Geelong Cats vs Adelaide Crows Stream Free, AFL 2017 Seasons Week 11. West Geelong Cats vs Adelaide Crows match will be kickoff at Simonds Stadium, Geelong, Victoria, Australia, Friday 02 June 2017 online, 19:50 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
The Round 11 encounter pits the 3rd placed Cats against the ladder leading Crows and the action gets underway at 7.50PM. Channel 7 and Fox Footy will broadcast the game, while AFL Live Vision is also available to ALL CrownBet members. Every Match, wherever you are.
Geelong head into this in winning form and have won two close ones in a row. After trailing deep into time on against Port Adelaide last weekend, their superstar midfielder, Patrick Dangerfield, scrambled a goal that saw his side get home by two points.
Friday’s encounter will be the third in as many weeks for the Cats at Simonds Stadium. They defeated the Western Bulldogs the week before the Power game and will be out to make it a hat-trick on Friday.
Adelaide are also in winning form and have one more win to their credit than Geelong over the course of 2017. They sit with a win-loss record of 8-2 and the winner of this will edge closer to a top four spot at the end of the season.
Key players for the Crows on Friday include Rory Sloane, who sits just behind Dangerfield in Brownlow Medal betting, as well as Taylor Walker and Eddie Betts, who sit 4th and 7th on the goal-kicking table respectively.
The Crows will be mindful of shutting down Dangerfield, as well as Joel Selwood, and will look to emulate the feats of Collingwood three weeks ago, after the Magpies kept this duo quiet before pulling of an upset win. At the same time, the Crows will also need to find a way to supply their key forwards with plenty of the ball.
The Cats will also need to make sure they come with the right attitude and not display their ‘bruise free’ efforts that saw them drop three games on the trot recently.
Tom Lonergan is set to come back into the side for Geelong. Jed Bews faces a race in time to overcome a corked thigh, while James Parsons may head to the VFL for a spell. Adelaide are unlikely to make too many changes after winning by 100 points over Fremantle last weekend.
Geelong have won their past four games against Adelaide by an average margin of 34 points. The Crows have not won at Simonds Stadium since 2003.
Last year, the two sides lined up at the venue in Round 18 and it was the Cats by 30. Patrick Dangerfield and Joel Selwood starred for the winners as Tom Hawkins and Daniel Menzel snagged four goals apiece.
B: Jake Kolodjashnij, Tom Lonergan, Mark Blicavs
HB: Cameron Guthrie, Harry Taylor, Corey Enright
C: Mitch Duncan, Joel Selwood, Andrew Mackie
HF: Jimmy Bartel, Rhys Stanley, Steven Motlop
F: Nakia Cockatoo, Tom Hawkins, Daniel Menzel
FOLL: Zac Smith, Josh Caddy, Patrick Dangerfield
INT: Cory Gregson, Shane Kersten, Lincoln McCarthy, Tom Ruggles
EMER: Jed Bews, Darcy Lang, Jordan Murdoch
IN: Corey Enright, Shane Kersten, Lincoln McCarthy
OUT: Jordan Murdoch (Omitted), Lachie Henderson (Managed), Darcy Lang (Omitted)
B: Jake Lever, Daniel Talia, Luke Brown
HB: Rory Sloane, Kyle Hartigan, Rory Laird
C: Rory Atkins, Richard Douglas, Brodie Smith
HF: Charlie Cameron, Tom Lynch, Eddie Betts
F: Andy Otten, Taylor Walker, Josh Jenkins
FOL: Sam Jacobs, Brad Crouch, Matt Crouch
I/C: Jake Kelly, David Mackay, Hugh Greenwood, Wayne Milera
EMG: Jonathon Beech, Jordan Gallucci, Reilly O’Brien
IN: Josh Jenkins, David Mackay
OUT: Curtly Hampton, Jordan Gallucci