Apr 192014

Watch AFL Live Streaming Western Bulldogs vs Carlton Blues Live Streaming 2014 Online Australian Football League, at Etihad Stadium, Melbourne, Sunday, 20 April 16:40 pm , 2014. Welcome to watch Western Bulldogs vs Carlton Blues AFL 2014 all  afl match live stream online on your pc/laptop.

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Western Bulldogs vs Carlton Blues
Round 05
Start Time :
Sunday, 20 April, 16:40
Etihad Stadium, Melbourne

You’d have to be living under a rock to not notice the Blues early season worries. They’re 0-4 after losses to Port, Richmond, Essendon and Melbourne and with West Coast and Collingwood immediately after this game they are a realistic chance to be 0-7 if they lose this. The Bulldogs have won two on the trot after they followed up their surprise win against Richmond with a confidence boosting come-from-behind win over GWS. They haven’t had three consecutive wins since round 15 2011.

The Bulldogs lead at every chance in round 20 last year to run out 18-point winners over the Blues. Star midfielder Ryan Griffen had 34 touches, Adam Cooney wound back the clock with 31 of his own. Whilst Jarrad Grant did the damage up forward with four goals. For the Blues, Heath Scotland and Brock McLean led the way with 31 and 25 disposals each..

Tom Williams v Jarrad Waite Waite was sent back to the VFL last week after a mediocre start to the year. He has kicked only three goals from three AFL games this year averaging a paltry 10 possessions and five marks per game. He got an instant reprieve because Carlton has no one good enough to replace him. With the Bulldogs’ two main defenders out (Roughead and Morris), there is no better time to find for the 31-year old to form than now – when his team needs it most.

Players List:
B: Liam Picken, Tom Young, Easton Wood,
HB: Shaun Higgins, Tom Williams, Robert Murphy,
C: Adam Cooney, Ryan Griffen, Jack Macrae,
HF: Koby Stevens, Stewart Crameri, Mitch Wallis,
F: Luke Dahlhaus, Liam Jones, Daniel Giansiracusa,
Fol: Will Minson, Matthew Boyd, Tom Liberatore,
I/C: Marcus Bontempelli, Jason Tutt, Lin Jong, Michael Talia, Jake Stringer, Lachie Hunter, Tom Campbell, (three to be omitted),
In: Marcus Bontempelli, Michael Talia, Tom Campbell, Luke Dahlhaus

Out: Dale Morris (ankle)

B: Andrejs Everitt, Sam Rowe, Lachie Henderson,
HB: Zach Tuohy, Bryce Gibbs, Dale Thomas,
C: Ed Curnow, Andrew Carrazzo, Chris Judd,
HF: Kade Simpson, Andrew Walker, David Ellard,
F: Chris Yarran, Jarrad Waite, Levi Casboult,
Fol: Robert Warnock, Patrick Cripps, Marc Murphy,
I/C: Dylan Buckley, Matthew Watson, Kane Lucas, Tom Bell, Heath Scotland, Simon White, Jeff Garlett, (three to be omitted),
In: Jarrad Waite, Matthew Watson, Chris Judd, TomBell, Simon White, Jeff Garlett,

Out: Michael Jamison (Leg), Nick Graham (Omitted), Troy Menzel (Hamstring)

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Apr 192014

Watch AFL Live Streaming Melbourne vs Gold Coast Live Streaming 2014 Online Australian Football League, at MCG, Melbourne, Sunday, 20 April 15:20 pm , 2014. Welcome to watch Melbourne Demons vs Gold Coast Suns AFL 2014 all  afl match live stream online on your pc/laptop.

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Melbourne vs Gold Coast
Round 05
Start Time :
Sunday, 20 April, 15:20
MCG, Melbourne

The Dees could be forgiven for having no changes after their first win of the year. Jimmy Toumpas and Colin Garland are the most likely inclusions if they make any. For the Suns, Brandon Matera is available after suspension whilst Clay Cameron will miss with a shoulder. Karmichael Hunt, Timmy Sumner and Jeremy Taylor are also pushing for a spot.

The Dees got their first win in nine months when upsetting Carlton last weekend. James Frawley and Chris Dawes provided much needed impetus in attack and a reliable option to kick long to whilst Nathan Jones completely blanketed Marc Murphy. Whilst the Suns got a reality check against Hawthorn and are now 2-2.

The Suns won their second match in a row against the Demons when they defeated them by 13-points at Metricon Stadium in round 20 last season. They had earlier in the year humiliated Melbourne by 10 goals at the MCG. Jordie McKenzie blanketed Gary Ablett, restricting him to just 19 touches, but David Swallow and Harley Bennell (still out with a calf this year) had 28 and 27 touches respectively. Nathan Jones had 29 touches for the Demons.

Players List:
B: Alex Georgiou, Tom McDonald, Lynden Dunn
HB: Dean Terlich, James Frawley, Jack Grimes
C: Jack Viney, Dom Tyson, Bernie Vince
HF: Jack Watts, Cameron Pedersen, Jordie McKenzie
F: Jeremy Howe, Chris Dawes, Rohan Bail,
Fol: Jake Spencer, Nathan Jones, Daniel Cross,
I/C: Matt Jones, Dean Kent, Jack Fitzpatrick, Michael Evans, Neville Jetta, Jimmy Toumpas, Jay Kennedy-Harris, (three to be omitted)

In: Jack Fitzpatrick, Neville Jetta, Jimmy Toumpas

B: Matthew Warnock, Steven May, Greg Broughton
HB: Sean Lemmens, Rory Thompson, Trent McKenzie
C: Matt Shaw, Gary Ablett, Jarrod Harbrow
HF: Aaron Hall, Tom Lynch, Danny Stanley
F: Luke Russell, Sam Day, Brandon Matera
Fol: Tom Nicholls, Jaeger O’Meara, David Swallow
I/C: Jack Hutchins, Tom Murphy, Kade Kolodjashnij, Michael Rischitelli, Timmy Sumner, Dion Prestia, Jeremy Taylor, (three to be omitted)
In: Tom Murphy, Timmy Sumner, Jeremy Taylor, Brandon Matera

Out: Clay Cameron (shoulder)

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Apr 192014

Watch AFL Live Streaming Adelaide Crows vs GWS Giants Live Streaming 2014 Online Australian Football League, at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Sunday, 20 April 13:10 pm , 2014. Welcome to watch Adelaide Crows vs GWS Giants AFL 2014 all  afl match live stream online on your pc/laptop.

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Adelaide Crows vs GWS Giants
Round 05
Start Time :
Sunday, 20 April, 13:10
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide

The Giants will be without ruckman Shane Mumford (knee) whilst fellow veteran Heath Shaw (hamstring) will also miss. Will Hoskin-Elliot will have to pass a fitness test on a corkie. Dylan Shiel is available after overcoming a thigh issue but Lachie Whitfield is still out with a foot injury. Tom Boyd can’t be far away from debuting. For the Crows, Tom Lynch is set to make his AFL return (against the side he kicked 10 goals last year).

Adelaide got their first win of the year against St Kilda last year. Ruckman Sam Jacobs dominated 39 hitouts, 22 touches and a goal. David Mackay was everywhere as was Rory Sloane and Brodie Smith. Josh Jenkins kicked four, James Podsiadly kicked three. Whilst a last quarter fadeout cost the Giants against the Bulldogs. The Giants allowed seven goals to one in the last after leading at three-quarter time – they’ll rue that loss for awhile one would imagine.

The Crows did as they pleased in round 7 last year running away with a demoralising 135 point win. Forward Tom Lynch kicked 10 big ones, whilst Patrick Dangerfield pipped him for the 3 Brownlow votes by having 28 disposals, 9 marks and four goals. For the Giants, Adam Treloar and Callan Ward never stopped trying whilst Jeremy Cameron kicked three majors.

Players List:
B: Kyle Hartigan, Ben Rutten, Matthew Jaensch
HB: Luke Brown, Daniel Talia, Brodie Smith
C: Rory Sloane, Patrick Dangerfield, Jared Petrenko
HF: Sam Kerridge, James Podsiadly, David Mackay
F: Eddie Betts, Josh Jenkins, Matthew Wright
Foll: Sam Jacobs, Richard Douglas, Scott Thompson
I/C: Brent Reilly, Mitch Grigg, Rory Laird, Sam Shaw, Tom Lynch, Matt Crouch, Brodie Martin (three to be omitted)

In: Mitch Grigg, Sam Shaw, Tom Lynch

B: Curtly Hampton, Sam Frost, Lachie Plowman
HB: Adam Kennedy, Nick Haynes, Zac Williams
C: Tomas Bugg, Adam Treloar, Toby Greene
HF: Joshua Kelly, Jonathon Patton, Devon Smith
F: Jeremy Cameron, Tom Boyd, Tom Scully
Fol: Jonathan Giles, Stephen Coniglio, Callan Ward
I/C: Josh Hunt, Jed Lamb, Andrew Phillips, Will Hoskin-Elliott, Adam Tomlinson, Jono O’Rourke, Matt Buntine (three to be omitted)
In: Devon Smith, Zac Williams, Andrew Phillips, Tom Boyd, Jono O’Rourke, Matt Buntine

Out: Jacob Townsend (omitted), Liam Sumner (omitted), Heath Shaw (hamstring)

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