Crows Look To Kickstart Season

Picture: Wayne Ludbey/News Limited
Patrick Dangerfield was by far Adelaide's best against Hawthorn last week. Image courtesy of Wayne Ludbey/News Limited
Last Two Matches

Round 16, 2012 – Adelaide Crows 178 d GWS Giants 59 (Skoda)
Round 4, 2012 – Adelaide Crows 96 d GWS Giants 50 (AAMI)


     Rd 2       Rd 3       Rd 4       Rd 5       Rd 6   
GWS Giants   L  L  L  L  L
Adelaide   W  L  W  L  L

GWS Giants  

Ins: Dean Brogan, Sam Darley, Adam Kennedy, Shaun Edwards, Lachie Whitfield
Outs: Curtly Hampton (Omitted), Tomas Bugg (Omitted)


Ins: Nathan van Berlo, Ian Callinan, Ricky Henderson, Rory Laird
Outs: Richard Tambling (Omitted)


Sorely out of form this season, both Patrick Dangerfield and the Crows gave their fans a sniff of hope last week with an outstanding effort against Hawthorn, with Adelaide going down by just 11 points . Dangerfield showed why he was one of the pre-season favourites for the Brownlow Medal with a scintillating 35-possession game which also featured eight marks and two goals in his stat line. If he unleashes against the Giants, the new kids on the block will be in big trouble. They were impressive in the first half against Essendon and went to the long break leading by 21 points , but not for the first time this season they ran out of gas in the second half. Jeremy Cameron was outstanding with six goals, but with Jonathon Patton gone for the season, he won’t be getting much help up forward. He won’t have it all his own way this week against either Ben Rutten or Daniel Talia, two of the best key defenders in the competition. Crows by 59 points .

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